The UK economy loses up to £73 billion through absenteeism and presenteeism in the workplace, with businesses picking up at least £30 billion of that cost.

The main causes of absenteeism from work are:

Stress, anxiety and depression (approximately 12 million work days each year)

Musculoskeletal disorders (approximately 9 million work days each year)

Improving health and wellbeing in the workplace has a beneficial impact on personal and team performance.

Feldenkrais at Work is a way of achieving this.

The Feldenkrais Method can be used as part of any wellness or coaching initiative or as a standalone intervention.

For groups it can be coached through “Awareness Through Movement” classes, and to individuals through one-to-one sessions.

Both ways of working enable participants to explore various movements, allowing attention to be given to the “how” of doing an action. This enables a person to re-discover, re-learn and re-define the simplicity and ease of everyday movement and raise levels of personal awareness.

Re-organising the musculoskeletal system into a more efficient and healthy whole has a beneficial impact on the quality of the individual’s actions, thoughts, emotions and their overall performance and productivity.