Knowledge Is Potential, Action Is Power
“Knowledge is Potential, Action is Power” – Tony Robbins
With 22% of our lifespan spent at work, we have a fantastic opportunity to set in motion healthy habits in the workplace that can continue into our wider life. Our aim with all health education is to excite, inspire and motivate individuals towards a healthier and happier life. This is something we practice daily with our clients here at Health Space and something we are excited to announce we are commencing within workplaces.
Welcome to Health Space Corporate Talks. Your workplace now has the opportunity to learn and grow as a team on topics that include:
- Posture and pain;
- Sleep health and fatigue management;
- Modern Mindfulness;
- Nutrition – how to make healthy eating easy;
- Exercise in a busy world; and
- Stress management
Not only do we provide education and knowledge but also practical tools which attendees can implement into their day-to-day lives. Making behaviour change HAPPEN!
Workplace wellbeing is seen to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity, reduce sick leave, decrease workers compensation claims and make a happier workforce who feel valued by their employer. In Australia it is estimated that absenteeism alone costs $7 billion each year, we therefore have the opportunity to not only improve individual health, but also the bottom line of business. The workplace can affect all aspects of employee health - physical, mental, economic and social. It is for this reason we have a variety of topics for a holistic approach than can be tailored to your workplace’s specific needs.
You have the opportunity to run an individual 45 minute session, ½ day or full day with one or two practitioners from across the Health Space clinics. Each practitioner has specialist areas they work with each and every day, making them experts in their field. Don’t miss out on booking them in for your wellbeing initiatives for 2018.
For more information, pricing or to book your corporate talk email Emma Barrett at: firstname.lastname@example.org