At VideoAmp, one of our core values is embracing wellness and caring for everyone as part of our team. We want our people to never sacrifice their health and wellness and we want to help them grow their physical, mental, emotional, financial and spiritual wellness in harmony with their professional and personal responsibilities. That’s why we will continue to support the evolving and different healthcare needs of our people and will do whatever we can within our power to eliminate barriers that limit access to healthcare and resources.
There are inflection points throughout our lives when life events may cause harm or help that forever changes the trajectory of our path forward. As an organization, we are steadfast in our commitment to ensure all Vampers have our full support throughout your time here and especially at inflection points in our lives. By extension, our support for you and your families impacted is of paramount importance to us.
Physical wellness recognizes the need for physical activity, nutrition and sleep.
Mental wellness provides the ability to navigate one’s emotions and weather the inevitable ups and downs of life.
Financial wellness encompasses one’s education and personal satisfaction with current and future financial situations.
Spiritual wellness explores the connection with one’s own purpose, direction or meaning, while connecting with those around them.
Intellectual wellness recognizes creative abilities and finding avenues to grow in personally satisfying ways.
Since the inception of our Health & Wellness Program, we’ve seen great success. Here are some amazing highlights:
VideoAmp fitness classes attended
employees have attended at least one VideoAmp fitness class
pounds of fat lost
pounds of muscle gained
employee participation rate in team challenges
athletes have attended more than 100 classes
Jessica, our Director of Health & Wellness, has been coaching fitness for over 10 years. Formerly an English professor, Jessica left teaching to pursue her passion for helping others in the health and wellness space. Athletically, she was on the junior national team for rowing and was a collegiate rower. She has competed at the highest levels in functional fitness and embraces sharing the sport of fitness.
George’s work guides people to safely engage their inner world in order to heal themselves. George believes a focus on our own healing can transform our relationships and external world. He was trained by Breathwork teacher and healer David Elliot. George supports clients through a combination of 1:1 sessions, workshops, virtual groups and corporate offerings. He currently lives in Venice, CA.
Elizabeth has over 13 years of experience as a classically trained Pilates instructor. She has earned comprehensive certifications in Thai Yoga massage and Advanced Usui Reiki. More recently, Elizabeth has been working closely with Denise Chyette, a Doctor of Physical Therapy, to bring together physical therapy and Pilates in a way that is unique and effective. The heart of Elizabeth’s technique is building core strength and increasing flexibility.
As a yoga student and instructor, Kristina’s practice reflects her wide-ranging interests. On and off the mat, she is committed to the study of consciousness, neutrality, yogic philosophy, anatomy, asana, mudras and somatic practices. These elements inform her playful and dynamic instructive style. Kristina is a 200 E-RYT Yoga Alliance instructor with advanced certifications and apprenticeship hours in dynamic sequencing, hands-on adjustments, Yin yoga, pre-natal yoga, yoga for elders and for athletes.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Tre Hopson started his career over 25 years ago with the Nike-sponsored Culture Shock LA Dance Team. From there, he began to make a name for himself, and started teaching his own class in a style he calls “Tre-ography.” Throughout his career, Tre has traveled the world and worked with some of the biggest names in music, such as Will Smith, Usher, Michael Jackson, Mario and choreographed for MC Lyte. His style of dance is Hip-Hop, Jazz and Street with a touch of “Tre.”