The satisfaction of our clients is of utmost importance to us.

Being aware of the importance of our employees in achieving top results, Lek decided a few years ago to launch a special EFL (Energized for Life) program.
With this activity, we want to contribute as much as possible to the well-being and satisfaction of our employees and thus empower them to do their best. Within the framework of the EFL, after the cooperation had been approved by the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Sports, we agreed to participate in a pilot study of the effectiveness of the Feldenkrais for Business ™ method in the business environment. The introductory method presentation was attended by over 150 employees. Due to the good response, we decided to proceed with the study in which 96 employees participated for three months. Independent measurements of the psychophysical abilities of the participants were made before and at the end by the Faculty of Sport.. The results were surprising to all of us. The study showed a significant improvement in both physical and cognitive abilities of the employees. Concerning the psychological dimensions of life satisfaction, the study showed that employees experienced less anxiety, they were more confident and motivated. At the end of our program, there were fewer reports of burnout and stress. We were very pleased with the outcome of the FELDENKRAIS for Business ™ method and its teacher Lucija Zmajšek, and are therefore looking to extend our cooperation in the future.
Robert Hribar, Health Safety and Environment Director Sandoz - Lek d.d.
I found out FELDENKRAIS for Business™ method after a busy and stressful period at work. Because of my chronic neck and back pain, I was mentally and physically burned out. With regular weekly FELDENKRAIS for business™ INDIVIDUAL LESSONS – FI, I began to pay more attention to the feelings in my body, and as a result, my physical and mental well-being improved. Over time, I learned to recognize stressful situations and to deal with them without stress, body tightness and, consequently, bad mood.
Irena Vide - Prešeren