Moxi, a fun and friendly health & wellbeing platform giving employers real-time wellbeing data to tackle the increasing costs of absence and sickness-related underperformance by keeping the workforce connected, active, and healthy
Health & wellbeing doesn't need to be boring and tedious. Moxi has been designed to be fun and friendly at its core, while being effective and concise. Moxi covers the key pillars of mental and physical health & wellbeing, promoting lifestyle changes and positivity throughout!
Our intuitive Moxi injury reporting tool provides cost effective access to chartered physiotherapists – any time and place!
After a consultation with our chartered physiotherapist, we can create tailored company exercise plans to tackle high levels of sickness or attrition.
Moxi challenges allow employees to challenge each other to health & wellbeing based challenges. The best way to create engagement, have fun!
Moxi leaderboards create a fun, game-like approach to get our competitive juices flowing! The end result is a healthier and happier workforce.
Moxi integrates with many fitness apps and smart watches, with more being added regularly to make using Moxi as seamless as possible.
One of Moxi's core values is to be fun. We've made sure our user interface is fun, friendly, and easy to engage with.
Moxi includes a comprehensive library of exercise and rehabilitation plans, meaning your workforce can access a plethora of expert created plans, from yoga to HIIT, anytime, any place!
We've made food tracking easier! Moxi's automated calorie counting tool means staying on track with your bodyweight goals is effortless.
Moxi is transforming the health & wellbeing space. By taking away the stigma, and creating a fun, friendly, and unintimidating brand, employees are finally enjoying the health & wellbeing journey! Our vast clinical experience in managing corporate health & wellbeing has resulted in Moxi offering the perfect solution to tackle the preventative approach – while offering intervention when required.
The benefits of exercise are clear, but sometimes these do get forgotten. We are fortunate enough to live in a world where instant gratification is possible, but does it benefit us as human beings?
1 year on after the 23rd of March 2020, the day the UK officially announced it's full lockdown. It's important we highlight some of the positives due to COVID-19, as well as recognise the negatives.
Mental health related symptoms are still relatively new to the world, and we are still learning about what to look for when somebody is suffering. The terms lazy and poorly motivated may be words of the past.