The Lab of Life

Personal grip on vitality

Do you want to learn how to turn a desire into behavior?


Research shows that a behavioral change is not just a matter of a desire to change, but rather a matter of doing. This is the power of The Lab of Life. We use the latest scientifically proven techniques for effective behavior change.

 

Scientific basis, proven effectiveness

Research shows that making changes to behaviour is not so much a question of wanting, but more a question of doing. This is where the strength of the Lab of Life method lies. We make use of scientifically proven techniques to bring about an effective change in behaviour.  The Lab of Life method was developed by renowned behavioural scientists from Radboud University in Nijmegen, under the auspices of Prof. R. van Baaren.

Scientifically

based methode

Individual approach

lasting effect

100%

satisfaction guarantee 

lasting results

Organizations that have used our method

 
          

ADVANTAGES

What are the benefits of the Lab of Life method?

For employers

  • Motivated staff
  • Reduced sick leave
  • Improved performance

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For employees

  • More energy
  • Healthy work-life balance
  • Feel better about yourself

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For trainers

  • Better results
  • Lasting effect
  • Satisfied clients

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scientific method

University spin-off

Radboud University in Nijmegen

The Lab of Life was born out of a venture between renowned behavioural scientists and psychologists, all affiliated with Radboud University in Nijmegen. 

"I walked away from every training session with 3 small, practical and achievable behavioural changes. I was genuinely surprised at how quickly my physical complaints reduced.”

Astrid Kroon

Senior Consultant at Rijnbrink

“Employees who have completed the training have benefited from it an incredible amount.”

Ton Visser

HRM AGN

“My training is far more effective now. This method just works.”

Merel van Ommen

Psychologist/trainer

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