PHYSIOTHERAPY & POSTURE – CORPORATE WELLBEING
It’s called ‘sitting disease’; an epidemic of back pain due to people sitting hunched over PC’s, laptops, tablets and smartphones. It comes as no surprise that 4 out 5 adults will experience back pain when 50-70% of us spend six hours seated. Recent studies show prolonged sitting increases the risk of heart disease by 147%, diabetes by 112%, obesity and musculoskeletal symptoms.
The sedentary nature of our jobs means that to improve posture and avoid injury we need to educate and provide your team with support strategies to change sitting habits & encourage exercise and movement.
Our speakers are qualified physiotherapists and nationally recognised as the best in their field. We want to educate your employees as to the importance of standing up and moving more as well as detailing physical training sessions to build strength and avoid back pain.
Contact us for our brochure with full posture wellbeing workshop outlines.
60 and 90-minute wellbeing & posture workshops.
“transient hypofrontality”: a state-of-mind promoted by pursuits that require physical exertion but little thought or concentration. The parts of the brain that coordinate general concepts and rules are turned down, while the motor and sensory parts are turned up. In this state, ideas and impressions mingle more freely. Unusual and unexpected thoughts arise.
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