Kickstart your physical and mental fitness with Perennial’s Health and Wellbeing platform and app

For a positive start to 2023, people in horticulture can kickstart their physical & mental fitness for free with Perennial’s Health and Wellbeing platform and app.

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The service provides advice and support for mental health, fitness and nutrition for all those who work, or have worked, with plants, trees, grass or flowers and their families. For people in this type of work, a good level of physical and mental fitness is necessary so it’s important for them to keep their health and wellbeing in top condition.  

Hundreds of people are already benefiting from the platform and app which is packed full of guidance, tools and tailored insights, created by experts, to help with the body, mind and life. 

There is something for everyone to explore whether you have a healthy lifestyle already or want to create one. 

Popular articles and paths include: Stay mobile – stay flexible, The stress boat, Looking after your emotional wellbeing and Snack smart. New content is added regularly to keep people coming back for more rewarding recipes, fitness plans, exercises, articles, podcasts, meditations and eLearning modules.  

Perennial’s director of services, Julia Hayne, said: “We’re delighted to know the platform and app is enhancing people’s health and wellbeing. Having a free service like this is really valuable right now and we’re keen to share it with everyone in horticulture and their families. 

“So, if you’re enjoying it, please tell your colleagues and workmates and if you’ve yet to benefit, please do sign-up. Content is added all the time so there’s plenty to keep you going throughout the year.”   

Take a look and see what’s there to share at perennial.org.uk/wellbeing

To download the app from Google Play or the App Store search ‘Spectrum.Life’. 

Use the Organisational code ‘well’.


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