since most people spend a lot of time sitting, at their desk and/or in front of a computer, a session on stretching and seated exercises to offset lower back problems is usually well received.
Karin made a great suggestion, I’d recommend incorporating something along those lines that would work well with your staff.
Here’s a link to a quick read regarding how you could incentivize wellness within your organization:
Below you’ll find a link to another, longer article that’s all about planning a seminar. Although it discusses the topic of breast cancer and exercise, I’m sure you could take some useful info from it regarding the planning and eventual facilitation of a seminar (regardless of topic):
Finally, the topic of “meal/snack planning” might be of interest to your employees. I feel this topic is often undervalued but can be easy to address if someone sets themselves up for success from the start of the week. Here’s a link to an awesome article that I’ve shared with numerous clients that I encourage you to check out:
Best of luck to you and your staff!
Hi Michele. I’ve done a ton of corporate wellness programming and seminars. One that I think would be great is “how to fit exercise into your daily life” (this would include both at the office AND perhaps more importantly simple ways to add exercise at home (I often recommend performing exercises during commercial breaks given how much time the average person spends at home in front of the television 🙂
I hope that this helps.