Uperform HappyWork

For happy and healthy employees

Uperform HappyWork: a healthy and efficient work environment

At Uperform, we believe in the importance of the holistic well-being of our employees. That's why we've created a unique approach that incorporates the 4 pillars of health: movement, nutrition, mindset and recovery. With our program, you can expect a happier, more productive and more engaged team. Find out how we can help your business reach its full potential.


Movement is a key pillar of our philosophy at Uperform. Our approach to movement encompasses a variety of disciplines to help employees move and feel good about themselves. Depending on your request, we offer sports coaching sessions adapted to all levels, yoga, running sessions.


We believe that food is an essential fuel for body and soul. Our approach to nutrition is based on healthy, balanced choices to improve focus, energy and productivity. Our programs include cooking workshops, meal planning sessions and nutrition information sessions.

State of mind

We understand that mental health and state of mind are just as important as physical health. We offer workshops and sessions to help your employees manage stress, improve their emotional well-being and build resilience. Our programs include meditation techniques, time management tips, and tools to improve communication and interpersonal relationships.


Our fourth pillar, recovery, is just as important as the first three. We believe that moments of relaxation are essential for the overall health of the employee. We offer services such as massage, meditation, sleep workshops to help employees rejuvenate and feel refreshed to face their work with renewed energy.

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