Relaxa is the UK's premiere provider of employee health promotion and wellness services for companies UK-wide

With ever increasing demands and deadlines being placed on workers, resulting in a more stressed workforce, it is imperative that employers implement some form of health promotion and stress reduction programme. By doing so employers will reap the rewards of a more productive workforce, less staff absenteeism, a generally happier workforce with management that show that they care about employee wellbeing and companies will see an increase in staff retention and profits as a result.

Relaxa employs the services of more than 1,000 highly qualified medical professionals and wellbeing specialists and we work with more than 3,000 clients UK-wide. 
We employ specialists that are highly qualified and have many years of experience in each of the following areas:
- Nurses and medical professionals for health screening services
- Communication skills and people skills
- Class instructors for Pilates. Tai Chi and Yoga classes
- Complemetary On-Site massage therapists
- Medical specialists to provide workshops and services relating to cancer,
  mens health, womens health and other health promotion topics

Call us now on 020 3303 0980 or email for more information
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Specialists in Health Promotion & Wellness Services for Companies UK-wide

Relaxa Uk
Call us today on
020 3303 0980
or email us

"Work-related pain costs the Uk £5.7 billion every year"

"More than 1 million people suffer from work-related pain per annum"

"More than 1.5 million work days are lost to back pain per annum"

"More than 4.7 million work days are lost due to repetative stress injuries per annum"