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Online - How to make the most of your time working from home OR are you getting ready to go back into the workplace.

Did you know over 80% of employees in offices, experience aches, pains and musculoskeletal discomfort related to work? Gen Y is entering the workforce already injured due to high levels of screen use!

Liz Kirk from Beyond Ergo and Raewyn from Rm health stylist will be presenting. 

                                       Join us on Wednesday 15 July 2020 

                                                             7pm AEST

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Are you getting the exercise for YOU?

Are you been productive in the workplace?

Raewyn will speak on, how it's what you consume and your environment that greatly affects your health, energy, productivity and how to improve health issues.               It's all about balance.

This event will look at:

- how your ergonomics set up at home or in the office impacts your productivity.

 - how eating properly will impact to your health, your microbiome, and your lifestyle.

Take away your plan to implement and ensure this is implemented effectively? 

Where: Online - book your spot for a Zoom registration link

When: Wednesday 15 July 2020, 7pm - 8.00pm AEST

Investment: $39 to learn how to boost your energy, and you can feel great about your health. You will take away your starter plan to implement.

Raewyn, The Health Stylist, has a Science degree majoring in Microbiology and is teaching at University. Raewyn also has trained and is certified as a Healthy Gut Advisor. She understands how a healthy digestive system is critical for good health.

Her passion is for everyone to have great health, and to avoid or improve from illnesses, ailments and diseases. It starts with looking after your gut.

It’s all about BALANCE

Dr Elizabeth Kirk (PhD)

Elizabeth is one of Australia’s leading researchers and trainers in the new ergonomic and self-care competencies staff need to flourish in the 21st Century screen-based workplace, with a special interest in call centres.

Elizabeth started her career with a degree in human movement, before moving into experiential learning, and training and development.

Working as an in-house trainer and contact centre agent with a major Brisbane call centre ignited her passion for exploring why existing office ergonomic interventions did not effectively reduce rates of work-related musculoskeletal discomfort and associated high rates of absenteeism, presenteeism, stress and attrition.

This resulted in Elizabeth undertaking a PhD at the University of Queensland, on the topic “Building Safe Computer Use Skills Training as a Management Strategy for Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Computer Users.”

Her ground-breaking office ergonomics research resulted in her receiving the Dean’s Award in 2013 at The University of Queensland.

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