For companies and organizations
A work break in urban nature, to improve your team’s well-being at work
Our work pace can sometimes be relentless...
We spend way too much time inside behind a screen.
We skip breaks and mess-up our routines.
And when we do take a break... we end up talking about work with our colleagues or thinking about it anyway.
Now, more than ever, we need to find ways to switch off and reload.
What better way than doing it with nature?
I can help you give your team the break they deserve!
A Wild Break.
Wild Breaks are just like a mini-safari in the urban environment: short and concise work breaks exploring wildlife around your office.
You set out discovering the wild animals and plants that go unnoticed in the city with me, Nuno, an experienced and enthusiastic wildlife ecologist!
Wild Breaks will help to slow-down and really disconnect, regaining the energy to perform better.
That’s because they are:
Escape the virtual get-togethers and online meetings. Give your eyes a rest from so much screen-time
Different every month
Nature changes with each season and there is always something new to discover. We will explore something different every time.
A chance to leave the office, stretch your legs, and get your body moving.
No preparation, material, or company room needed. Just come meet me outside!
Moving our focus to find wildlife gets our mind off work and provides a much needed break from our routines.
Based on your time
Wild Breaks can happen in different times of the day (morning, lunch-time or end of the day), in accordance to a working day’s rhythm.
Your Wild Breaks can also take place in any of the many city parks in Eindhoven and surroundings. Useful if your team is working from home.
Each group during a Wild Break can be up to 12 persons.
Private 1-1 Wild Breaks are also possible.
Ingelou Stol - Communication Manager
High Tech Campus Eindhoven
“For us as High Tech Campus, the Wild Breaks are a huge addition.
In our ambition to become the most sustainable Campus in Europe, themes such as biodiversity and vitality are extremely important. And they come together in the Wild Breaks.
Nuno takes the Campus residents on a lunch walk, in search of the many animal and plant species that the Campus is rich in. A moment of relaxation, to disconnect from your laptop. And then back to work with a fresh mind.”