Interactive Webinar – for Home Workers
Utilising our Exercise and Workstation advice background to give HR and H&S teams a way to help those staff members that are spending time working from home.
The overall objective is to help attendees make the most of their individual working environment. Ensure their lifestyle is the best workable solution. Give and practice exercises that relate to dysfunctions caused by sedentary desk-based work and lifestyle. Within a 60 minute session we run through actual exercise demonstrations and individual Q&A give attendees confidence to look after their wellbeing while working from home.
“The sessions are incredibly engaging and have a positive impact on our employees within a single posture improvement session alone. They are excellent presenters, ooze enthusiasm and knowledge and have a professional but easy going manner, along with an approach that combines anatomical information and practical guidance which allows them to connect with individuals at all levels of an organisation. It is very apparent that Mike and the team at Postureworx genuinely care about people’s wellbeing and bring a wealth of talent and experience.”
Edward Butler – Group Health and Safety Co-ordinator – Cambridge Assessment
The session can be run for any number of people, we find numbers up-to 50 per webinar keep it interactive and ensure questions are answered.
- What causes poor posture and muscle problems
- Modern screen working and its effect on the body (especially from Home)
- Best solutions for workstation set-up
- Tips to reduce neck and back pain
- Effective Exercises – Demo and Practice
- Creating a Personal Action plan with Q&A
Webinar cost – £162.50+VAT
“Thanks again for the webinar – it was great and really appreciated. Simple and effective techniques which we can easily implement (with a little discipline!)”
Freya Hitchcock- McCarthy – People Operations Advisor
Feel free to drop me a line if you would like to discuss how we could help you and your Organisation.
01223 459245 firstname.lastname@example.org