We are all leaders.
Yet what we learn and live, determines how we lead.
- Mental Health Challenges
- Weight Gain
- Chronic Pain + Inflammation
- Self-Sabotaging Behaviours
- Impaired Immunity
- Emotional Instability
We uncover the conscious and unconscious stress triggers, emotionally and physically.
We then combine the very best in science and research, across:
emotional literacy and
And bring you comprehensible education, actionable tools and integrative behaviours to adopt as best fits your lifestyle.
We support you, and care enough to hold you accountable while you layer tiny changes, physically, emotionally, relationally and mentally.
The Frightening Statistics.
In a world that is becoming faster, more emotionally and relationally disconnected, pleasure driven, physically undernourished and toxic, we need serious change without pause.
One in five adolescents experience depression by the time they reach 18 years of age.
Almost one-quarter of children are overweight or obese, and rates continue to rise.
Half of all mental health conditions in adulthood begin before the age of 14.
Australia is one of the only developed countries where there has been no methodologically rigorous, nationwide study of the prevalence or incidence of child abuse and neglect.
One in 5 Australians experience a mental health condition in a given year.
63.4 percent of Australian adults were overweight or obese in 2014-15, which cost the economy $8.6 billion in 2011–12.
Nearly three million Australians live with depression and/or anxiety, which affect their wellbeing, personal relationships, career and productivity.
Only 35% seek help.
1 in 3 marriages end in divorce.
On average, one woman a week is murdered by her current or former partner.
The combined health, administration and social welfare costs of violence against women have been estimated to be $21.7 billion a year.
Mental health conditions cost Australian workplaces $4.7 billion in absenteeism, $6.1 billion in presenteeism and $145.9 million in compensation claims.
It estimated that every dollar spent on effective workplace mental health actions may generate $2.30 in benefits to an organisation — a 2.3 per cent return on investment.
Only 43% of workers say they are working at peak productivity most of the time.
Around 13,545 workers engage in non-fatal suicidal behaviour each year, with 2303 resulting in full incapacity and 11,242 needing a short absence from work.
Only 39% of Australian workers rate their physical health as excellent or very good.
Half of Australian workers have experienced one or more serious incidences of conflict or other negative impacts from work. These experiences are highly correlated with job dissatisfaction.
One in five Australians (21%) have taken time offwork in the past 12 months because they felt stressed, anxious, depressed or mentally unhealthy
Pathways To EVEXIA
We understand your uniqueness in learning preferences and personal circumstances, which is why we have varied approaches to #ElevatingEVEXIA.