Lancashire-based Tai Chi and Qigong school, Warrior Spirit, have announced the launch of a new arm to the business, with a focus on the corporate market.
With wellbeing top of the agenda and many businesses now having full time wellbeing officers, more and more organisations are looking to include additional activities in to the working week. In response to this demand, Warrior Spirit have devised a number of corporate events, workshops and classes which they are already rolling out – with great results.
Founder Scott Broadhurst explains more: “Health and wellbeing is crucial for business – research shows that the happier, fitter and more active employees are, the more productive they will be, which has a direct impact on an organisation’s bottom line.”
The corporate sessions are bespoke and tailored to meet the requirements of individual businesses, focussing on areas including resilience, productivity, better sleep and stress management and incorporate Tai Chi, Qigong, meditation and goal setting.
The new offering was recently showcased at It’s Mental Live, the biggest corporate wellbeing event of its kind, featuring celebrity speakers and earlier this month, where Warrior Spirit were official Tai Chi partner, hosting sessions for some of the region’s top workplace wellbeing advocates- with fantastic feedback.
Warrior Spirit is a leading Tai Chi and Qigong delivering classes, training, workshops and retreats to individuals, schools and businesses right across the North West and beyond. It is the mission of the school to share the beauty of this ancient art form far and wide, showing more and more people benefit the huge mental and physical benefits it brings.
Niel Cope, CEO of Lancashire-based People Matters HR recently attended one of the new sessions with his staff team. He said: “The Warrior Spirit workshop offered our team something completely different. It was fun, informative and interactive and helped to educate our employees about how making small changes to their day can have the biggest impacts.”
Warrior Spirit was launched by Scott Broadhurst, who has over 16 years experience in Tai Chi and Qigong, having trained in China with Grand Masters. He was joined by Grace Grieve in 2022, as the school was rebranded with a new focus on the corporate and education sectors.
The business has gone from strength to strength, with additional classes in Bury and a series of sell-out retreat days, designed to enhance health, wellness and physical and mental strength.
Grace Grieve said: “As long standing business-owners, we understand the pressures that employees are under, now more than ever, and we bring our experience of developing board-level training and workshops and combine it with our passion for Tai Chi, to teach employees a range of techniques that they can utilise in their working life – with tangible results.”