Backed by science
In collaboration with the University of Copenhagen Pleaz studied what happens when white-collar workers do micro exercises at work.
In short: If you want a healthier, more engaged workforce you shouldSee article
Test Pleaz for free for one full year
You and your closest team members and colleagues will get unlimited access to Pleaz. Use it to stregthen your bodies and sharpen your minds!See article
What is mental health and wellbeing?
The WHO defines mental health as: A state of wellbeing where the individual can unlock their abilities, deal with everyday challenges and stress, as well as enter into communities with other people. But how can we do this?See article
How to prevent back pain at work?
If you are having sore back, you are not alone – in fact, studies show that throughout a year between 23% to 38% of office workers have experienced lower back pain. What can you do about it?See article
What is physical health?
Physical health is not just looking thin and not calling in sick to work that often. It’s a state of being free from illness or injury and being able to maintain a healthy quality of life. So, how can we achieve physical wellbeing?See article
How can mindfulness decrease stress?
Early studies also indicate that practicing mindfulness increases density and thickness in the brain, improving learning, cognition, and memory. So how mindfulness can become a handy tool for both employee and employer?See article
What is social wellbeing?
Social wellbeing is defined as feeling a sense of belonging and inclusion by building and forming meaningful relationships with others. But what can you do to strengthen it?See article
Five reasons why you should exercise at work!
WHO research states that the average adult should engage in regular physical activity of at least 150 minutes per week to prevent lifestyle diseases physical inactivity may be linked with.
But who has time to exercise with a full-time job, family, and a long list of other responsibilities?
Are you hungry for knowledge of how your stomach can affect your work day? 🍳See webinar
How to master stress with EQ
Pernille Snitkjær, one of the Pleaz founders in collaboration with KU prof. Stefano De Dominicis, will unveil some of the project that they’ve been working on together for the past six months. They’ll dive into the theme of stress and how individuals and workplaces can handle everyday pressures better.
In this free webinar, they will address: why social and emotional intelligence among employees, team leaders, and managers is crucial to the mental wellbeing of all employees 🤝See webinar
Encouraging wellbeing in 2021
Studies conducted on the test group doing active breaks with Pleaz showed that using the platform can increase Mental Wellbeing by even 20%!
In order to understand what you can do for yourself, your colleagues and the company we are going to talk with the Professor from The Copenhagen University
How to turn stress into your advantage
We have invited Dr.Stefano De Dominicis, Assistant Professor of Sport and Health Psychology, for a 30 minutes webinar to help us understand how we can cope with work-related stress – especially in a hybrid workday. Stefano is conducting research into the effects movement has on our minds, personality and behaviours and will help us understand why stress is not necessarily bad.See webinar
Mental health at work
Wednesday, October 13th 2021 14:30 (GMT+2) At Pleaz we want to create a common ground and give all viewers a framework for coping with work-related stress. Bjarne Toftegaard, has a vast experience from a long and stressful career. He worked as an engineer, a Project Director with building Øresundsbroen (Easter Sea Bridge) and a Technical […]See webinar
How did 1 year with Corona affect our wellbeing?
Stefano De Dominicis, PhD, PsyD from The University of Copenhagen and Matias Welsien from Pleaz will talk about human behavior and the implementation of health strategies at workplaces. This will be held against some exclusive data from studies conducted with employees during pandemic.See webinar