What does wellbeing mean? We present a multi-dimensional model of wellness and what it means to be truly healthy. The goal is to filter out the rubbish that exists out there and ‘peel back the layers’ to help us focus on the aspects that we really need to change for ourselves.
People will leave this workshop armed with knowledge on what areas to focus on.
We take the audience through the ‘six stressors’ and how stress impacts on their overall health. We help people identify their primary stressors and help them to create a plan to address these factors.
People often see stress in a new light, and understand that it is not just about what happens to them, but also how they react to a stressful situation that determines their health.
Find out what the emerging field of epigenetics is about and how we can influence our gene expression through our lifestyle. What we eat, how we move, how we think, our environment, sleep cycles, social environment, all switch on and switch off our genes.
We look at personal traits, biotypes and how we can understand ourselves and our lifestyle factors, so that life can work better for us. This information is mind-blowing, and can totally change a person’s perspective on health and wellness.
We present intriguing information that many people have never heard before. We draw very clear, distinct lines between gut health and being healthy across the board. Poor gut health is related to almost all disease, including physical wellbeing, mental health and cognition.
People will discover practical measures they can do now to drastically alter their gut health, for the better.
This interactive workshop covers why fermentation is good for a person’s health. Not only that, but we show people how to make fermented foods at home. We discuss kombucha, kefir and fermented veggies. People will receive a workbook with take home recipes.
It is recommended that ‘Gut Health & Your Microbiome’ is a prerequisite to this workshop.
An eye opening presentation exploring the gap between what our genes are set up to do and how this relates to our current landscape. We cover many elements of life and relate this back to the research around our ancestors, hunter gatherer tribes, and geographical areas around the globe called ‘blue zones’.
Understanding how we landed here as humans can help us determine how to live in the future - this is a thought provoking workshop.
We integrate various breathing patterns, movements and postures that will helps to balance our nervous systems. Modern life requires us to be 20% more productive than what we had to be 30 years ago. This means we need to place a greater emphasis on recovery and restoration, this begins with sound movements and breathing patterns.
You will not regret attending this practical workshop, you do not even have to wear exercise gear for it, work clothes are fine!
Musculoskeletal injury, as a result of bad posture, accounts for almost two thirds of visits to the GP or physiotherapist as a result of our modern day workplaces. This is an interactive workshop where staff can adjust their standing and sitting posture, while understanding why this is so important for their health and productivity.
People will walk out of this workshop with some easy to apply counter movements/stretches along with a few cues that they can apply immediately back at their work station.
Developing a long term vision for your organisation ensures that staff are proactive and can take responsibility for their health and wellbeing.
Ensuring that an aging workforce that is challenged by growing levels of stress gets the best tools possible to be effective.
We help to determine the critical risk segments that are currently standing in the way of your organisation’s performance. Using this data will help to refocus and innovate wellbeing strategies so that your return on investment is achieved.