The Importance of Movement

The World Health Organisation estimates that nearly 40% of the global population does not do a recommended minimum level of exercise or movement during the day and South Africa is in line with the global average. This leads to a number of health conditions including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia, and some cancers.

We look for content from physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals to keep you healthy and keep your staff moving.

Get your staff moving with a Movement Day / Session

Do you want us to come and talk to your staff about the importance of things like posture and regular exercise / movement? We partner with qualified physiotherapists and movement experts to put on activities and presentations for your staff where we discuss practical tips and tricks to apply in your working day. These are ideal to support team building and wellness initiatives.

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When work is a pain in the neck

Workplaces are not designed for healthy, happy bodies. Whether you’re sitting in front of a screen all day, stacking boxes or scanning items at a till, your body is asked to do many things for long periods of time or repeatedly, that aren’t great for physical comfort. (Marisa Coetzee) – Read more

Shoulder pain exercises

General information about shoulder pain and simple exercises that may help – via the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.  Look at the exercises here.