Corporate Team Bonding

Why is it important for your team to play outside of work?

There are chemical and biological reasons why the act of play makes you feel better. Even 30 minutes of play can unlock powerful feel-good hormones. These feel-good hormones, endorphins, oxytocin, dopamine, and serotonin are the key to some incredible mental health benefits, including improved mood, reduced stress, greater happiness, and the feeling of connectedness with those you play with.

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The Feel Good Hormones


Every time you play, your body releases chemicals known as endorphins that interact with pleasure. Endorphins can make you feel more positive and energize your outlook, and may even help to block sources of pain in your everyday life. Active play can boost your self-esteem.


Oxytocin is an impressive brain neurotransmitter that helps you build more connected relationships with others. In fact, Stanford University researchers found that an activity such as playing together does, in fact, release oxytocin. So, if you’re looking for more trust and stability in your relationships, it’s time to play more.


Dopamine, usually referred to as the “reward drug” is a dynamic feel-good hormone that provides a boost of pleasure and contributes to happiness, enhanced cognitive ability, and improves the ability to learn and pay attention. 


Researchers have found that an imbalance in serotonin levels can lead to negative moods, including anxiety and panic, as well as depression. By engaging in play, however, you can balance your body’s serotonin levels in a natural way.