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Muscles and Movement

Many office workers experience discomfort in muscles, bones or joints. What’s interesting is that many of these aches and pains can be reduced or even avoided if we look after ourselves and move in the right way!

Length of Workshop: 45-60 minutes
Number of Participants: 20

In this workshop you can learn:

  • The things we do every day which leave us susceptible to developing discomfort in our muscles, bones or joints
  •  How the right movements can get us back on track
  • How a healthy lifestyle can help to prevent recurrence of these aches and pains.

Best of all, you’ll leave the workshop having learned a series of exercises you can practice at home to improve your musculoskeletal health and keep those aches and pains at bay.

Frequently asked questions

Here are a few of the questions we've answered for our clients.

How do I decide which workshop is right for my company?

We believe that each of our workshops offers a valuable employee experience. If a client is looking for recommendations around a specific heath risk, it’s best if they speak to their dedicated Vitality account manager, a Vitality Coach or member of the workplace wellbeing events team.

How much do workshops cost?

Workshop prices start at £250 + VAT. Please contact the workplace wellbeing events team at for individual workshop prices.

How soon can I book a workshop?

Bookings must be made at least 4 to 6 weeks in advance of the proposed workshop date(s). Workshops are booked by emailing the workplace wellbeing events team at We recommend providing three potential workshop dates with your request.

What is a workshop and how does it work?

A workshop is an interactive seminar on a specific wellbeing topic designed to engage, equip and inspire your employees to improve their health. The workshop format is a combination of forum learning and attendee participation. Participants will leave the workshop with a health related skill they can apply both at home and in the workplace.

Interested in booking a workshop?