Since healthy posture is a cultural matter, the workplace offers an especially rich opportunity to improve people’s musculoskeletal health. Frequent interaction, a common posture vocabulary, and easy-to-provide touch points and reminders are the reasons we have been particularly successful in transforming corporate health profiles.
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Our teachers have conducted one-hour workshops in numerous corporations and more extensive offerings at large companies such as Google, IDEO, Varian Medical Systems, and Facebook as well as small companies such as Johnston Millwork, McCarthy Law Office, and Mimosa Systems. No place is too big or too small for us.
For more details, or to create a custom offering, please contact us at [email protected].
In this one-hour offering, a qualified Gokhale Method teacher will present on Healthy Posture at Work. You will learn to sit, stand, and move in health-enhancing ways.
This workshop includes our brand-new PostureSensei wearable technology as a demonstration tool to clarify techniques.
This offering is suitable for an audience of any size and can also be conducted as an online teleconference. Contact for pricing.
In this one-day offering, a Gokhale Method teacher will present No More Aches and Pains at Work, to help your team learn the most effective techniques to maintain your structural health. Additionally, you will learn how to use posture to boost your confidence and credibility.
There will be activities for participants, as well as integrated use of our new PostureSensei wearable as an aid in learning and practicing techniques.
Each participant receives:
- PDF copy of 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back
- Streamable version of "Back Pain: The Primal Posture™ Solution"
This offering accommodates up to 20 people. Contact for pricing.
1-Day Seminar Plus
Includes everything from the 1-Day Seminar. Additionally each participant receives:
- Stretchsit® Cushion
- Gokhale Head Cushion
- One year of access to 60+ Gokhale Method alumni videos and bimonthly Live Chats with Esther Gokhale