MixLife’s expressive arts-inspired coursework makes it easy for employees to experience the benefits of taking time for themselves.
Structured for belonging, our creative journeys prioritize one’s sense of connection holistically by fostering ties to self, family, colleagues and employer.
Our outcome-focused approach centers around proven therapeutic benefits of creativity and community, resulting in higher productivity and retention.
of workers report mild to severe anxiety or depression.Forbes
Estimated annual cost to US businesses from lost productivity due to loneliness.Cigna
Amount of productive time lost during the typical workday due to mental health issues.Forbes
Skill-building creative curriculum designed by mental health experts and backed by Science enriches the learning experience.
Dynamic and engaging facilitators make learning fun and accessible, allowing effortless access to inherent therapeutic benefits.
Let’s learn guitar!
Custom technology designed for harmonious collaboration and connection brings people together and enhances a sense of belonging.
Reported reduction in perceived stress.As measured by PSS4
Reported improvement in overall well-being.As measured by a modified version of MHC - SF
Reported increases in feelings of belonging to a community.As measured by MHC - SF
This has been really great for a release…it helps me renew myself. Work has been a really busy time and this has been one of the things I’ve been really looking forward to and helps me recharge….It’s been amazing for me….you have the winning formula here!
This has been an awesome class. It’s helped me be more intentional about how I use my free time.
One of the things that’s nice is the social aspect of playing and jamming with other people. Learning by yourself, you can’t really do that. I think it's been nice to play along with others.
I do feel like I feel a lot more refreshed. It really makes me want to learn more…
Making it convenient is good. I like the way we’re learning…I think it's good to learn just a little bit at a time.
My coworkers were like ‘oh my gosh, you’re learning ukulele!’ and they were excited for me to be doing something new.