IS YOUR COMPANY
ON THE MUSIC DIET YET?
Science shows that consuming a little music as part of your daily routine improves mental and physical wellness and performance both at home and at work
It can also help reduce the risk of dementia in later life
Our expert talks and workshops at your office show you the science and explain how to harness the effects of music on the brain to achieve peak performance, stay on top of workload and maintain better wellness
Our superb Music Coaches spend a day a week at your office delivering mass singalongs, DJ lessons, instrument tuition, lunchtime gigs and music socials to help you keep your brain and body in tip top condition
Our curation team put the science into action, playlisting music that we stream directly into the social areas of your workplace. We also show you how to choose the best functional music for your brain via our desktop dashboard
The world's most rocking employee experience & workplace wellbeing programme
The Music Diet has been featured on BBC 1 TV, Sky News TV, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 3 and in The Sunday Express and The Sun
Launched in November 2019 some of the world's largest companies are already on The Music Diet workplace programme and are loving it.
Welcome to The Roaring 20s, the decade of workplace transformation.
FOUNDED IN SCIENCE
We use music neuroscience principles to help our clients and their workforces live the healthiest, happiest lives they can - by improving their productivity and wellbeing and overall employee experience. Our music coaches spend the day in your workplace weekly or fortnightly to deliver the programme of singalongs and instrument lessons. Also our streaming playlists are delivered wirelessly into your working environment daily, reducing stress and improving focus to help you stay on top of workload (the leading cause of work related stress and illness). Let us help you identify exactly where and how music can transform your existing workplace, making it a happier more enjoyable experiential environment for all employees of all ages and backgrounds. Regular music participation during working life can deliver multiple health benefits (body and brain) and help reduce the risk of developing dementia in retirement.
EMPLOYEE WELLBEING PROGRAMME
Rocking good health begins here
Our monthly subscription based programme delivers a range of music offers in your workplace. Join the most exciting music driven wellness community in the UK.
New for 2020 our Workaoke singalong sessions
Curated playlists (via wifi speakers)
Lunchtime gigs / singalong groups / choirs
Guitar / drum / keyboard / ukulele / vocal tuition for beginners (our 'music zero to music hero' course)
Songwriting / creative writing sessions
DJ sets and tuition
Music socials after work
Office bands and annual Battle of The Office Bands
Recording studio sessions
Wellbeing talks / peak performance workshops
INTRODUCING DR ROCK
Our workplace experience and wellbeing programme is based on the principles outlined in The Music Diet book by Dr Julia Jones (aka Dr Rock). The book gives a simple overview of key music neuroscience principles, demonstrating how music produces significant positive effects on the brain and body, especially when consumed regularly. Julia has spent the past 25 years studying the effects of music on human behaviour and prescribing music to drive emotional engagement and wellbeing - in elite sport and then in the corporate arena. The Music Diet gives individuals and businesses clear guidance on how to harness the power of music and reap rewards.
She is now on a mission to transform workplace wellbeing, combat work-related stress and reduce the risk of developing dementia in later life through functional use of music at work. As part of this work Julia created Music At Work Week (25 Nov - 1 Dec 2019) to help promote the scientifically proven benefits of music and encourage employers to embed it in their workplaces.
Music At Work Week and The Music Diet is endorsed by the UK music industry.
"I'd like to put every office on the music diet. It's the all you can eat buffet your workforce will love to stick with for life"
Click here to listen to Dr Rock's "3 Minute Epiphany" on Mary Anne Hobbs' BBC 6 Music Show
For press and media enquiries contact Dominic Mohan Media here
Photo: "Dr Rock by Rankin"
for the 'Let's Reset' book at www.letsreset.com
One third of dementia diagnoses in retirement could have been prevented during working life.
Don't gamble with your brain health.
Our workplace programme is designed to help you look after your brain health and help reduce the risk of dementia in later life
Our workplace programme contributes funds to ensure that those already living with dementia have music in their lives
"Music is a key component in human life. The Music Diet is a compelling and authoritative book showing a clear link between what we hear and our mental and physical health.
I support the drive to encourage bosses to help their employees listen to music in the workplace. This can help stimulate productivity and ease stress in an increasingly complex world of working patterns and environments.
Dr Rock is setting the pace and leading the debate - she is someone who we all need to listen to.”
Chief Executive, UK Music
"Dr Rock is spot on. Music plays such an important role in our lives and her book The Music Diet demonstrates how what we listen to can influence our physical and mental health. That's why employers should listen up and take note.
Music in the workplace is a logical extension of Dr Jones' work and bosses should get on board - they may be surprised by the positive results.”
Ian King Live, Sky News Business
“Music can transform lives and help physical and mental wellbeing for those of all ages. Employers will see - and hear - the benefits of allowing staff to listen to music of any genre in the workplace.
Having opera in the background continually at ENO (and pop and hip hop in the background when I worked at MTV) can have a transformative effect on the happiness of staff.
The Music Diet is a must read and totally nails the crucial importance of music in human beings' lives and for their health."
Chief Executive, English National Opera
Music is an essential part of the human diet
Dr Julia Jones AKA Dr Rock
Neuromarketing World Forum
Los Angeles / 3rd April 2020
SXSW Music Conference
Austin, Texas / 15th March 2019
Music Cities Convention
Chengdu, China / 12th April 2019
Big Ideas Tent Festival
London, UK / 31st August 2019
Future of Audio Conference
London, UK / 15th October 2019
Healthy City Design Conference
London, UK / 15th October 2019
Social Value of Music Conference
London, UK / 3rd December 2019