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Sandbox partners with world class wellness experience provider Ayurva.

Providing world class wellness for world class teams and leaders.

Sandbox Consultancy services Pvt Ltd, always at the forefront of building world class teams and leaders, is now proud to announce an exclusive partnership with Ayurva Traveller, the world's leading wellness experience creator. Having won the title of "World's best wellness travel agency" for the fourth time consecutively this year, we are beyond thrilled to be able to work together with Ayurva to provide our corporate clients with a fully rounded development experience.

We are excited to partner with Sandbox during these challenging times, and combine our expertise with their prowess in the corporate scene as nothing can be as important as keeping your mind stronger and to have continuing intention for self growth and deep focus. Our Sustainable Wellness Solutions, a series of Corporate Wellness Programs are curated to help the corporate world to develop healthier and happier workplaces.
Nilusha Kodithuwakku- Founder Ayurva Traveller

The Coronavirus pandemic has presented multiple challenges for corporates across all industries, not the least of which is the sharp increase in stress levels for staff from employee to CEO. We felt it was vital to offer a solution to this growing problem, as it directly ties into personal productivity levels and ability to secure jobs and careers.

Regrettably there is very little data collected in Sri Lanka on the impact to mental wellbeing due to Covid 19, however even in this area Sandbox has led the way to understanding your people with the SDCP Survey which has revealed multiple red flags for many employees who indicated that the crisis has adversely affected their stress levels and enabled organizations to take quick action.

The Global Wellness Institute defines mental wellness as an internal resource that helps us think, feel, connect , and function. It is an active process that helps us to build resilience, growth , and flourish.

The World Health Organization estimates that poor mental health costs the global economy US$1 trillion annually in lost productivity. A 2016 Global Wellness Institute Report, indicated the world’s 3.2 billion workers are increasingly unwell, with 24% of workers saying they are actively disengaged at work.

According to the Human Capital Management Institute, companies that invested just US$1 per person in wellbeing initiatives outperformed their peers and experienced a 11.7% productivity gain.

Sandbox has always been a long time advocate for holistic development for teams and leaders, and this is a very natural expansion of our services as we understand the significant need to offer solutions that address the current crisis, it's impact to employee's wellbeing and by extension their productivity. Looking after your people has always been multidimensional and it's no longer enough to focus on numbers and outputs but to reach out to everyone with empathy and support in getting there. It was important for us to seek out the right expertise and offer truly authentic services, as we always do and Ayurva was the perfect partner to do this with. Working together to offer a truly customized and effective solution from the experts in teams and the experts in wellness is an exciting prospect.
Angelo De Silva - Founder - Sandbox

The expertise

All our teachers are internationally qualified and members of IKYTA (International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association).

3 expert teachers who will lead you through guided sessions with ease and a combined total of over 20 years experience in the field. They also have the unique position of having global corporate backgrounds and so are able to fully understand and address the pressures faced by employees.

The programs will be 100% online in keeping with safety standards, are being offered at extremely competitive rates for the first 3 months of our launch. For more information on the programs, write to us at

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