Empowerment is key
The concept behind Ludo’s Primal Wellness is simple.
We’re proud to help employees feel empowered, in control of their health and for businesses to create or reinforce a positive and proactive work culture.
Our health and fitness professionals are also passionate about combating health ills of the modern age, including obesity , diabetes, stress, depression and a range of cardiovascular disorders that come together with the pressure of keeping up with the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
69% of men and 63% of women are overweight in Scotland. Of those overweight, 29% of men and 30% of women are medically obese*
Investing in the health and wellbeing of employees may seem like second nature, however, it’s important to get it right and offer services that will make a real difference. That’s why we’ll work with you not only to ensure value for money but also to create an effective, bespoke solution to suit the requirements of the company.
* The Scottish Health Survey for Scotland, NHS health boards and local authority areas
“Ludo helped make the impossible possible! I’ve now achieved a level of fitness I never thought I would manage.”
The connection between natural movement, the mind and body are my passion.
I’m fascinated by ancestral health, evolution, and the power of the mind.
As a former elite athlete, sports and psychology have always played an important part of my life and it’s something that I bring into my coaching packages.
I’m proud to help our members not only improve their fitness but also understand the fundamentals of health.
While health and fitness are a core part of the work of any trainer, wellbeing is an integral part of my coaching.
The beauty of wellbeing is that it’s totally unique to each individual client and that’s something I encourage people to tap into.
It’s about a lifestyle of positive daily habits and actions, through mindful and adaptable behavioural changes.
My mission is to inspire as many people as possible to find their personal point of optimal wellbeing.
Putting health first
Striking the perfect balance between work and wellness can seem like a never-ending juggling act.
As the pace of life increases, with people faced with the difficult task of balancing their work, social and personal lives, there’s no escaping the fact that finding moments of solace is more difficult than ever before.
That’s something we appreciate at Ludo’s Primal Wellness.
We’re proud to be champions of the benefits of health and wellness lifestyle, but we also understand that for some, putting fitness first just isn’t possible.
With that in mind, we have spent years developing health and wellness programmes that support the demands of modern life whilst improving levels of focus, productivity and self-worth.
Based on our four pillars of wellness for optimal human health: Physical, Emotional, Nutritional and Financial, our corporate scheme not only offers employees undeniable benefits but employers too.
The corporate world and wellness might not seem like a natural fit together. However, employers can rely on our services to reinforce their recruitment and retention whilst also saving on health costs, consolidating their opportunity cost and use the scheme as a positive vehicle to grow their business through networking.
Reaching the best version of your staff’s health and wellbeing first is our prime mission
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