Lunch & Learn Workshops2019-09-27T09:18:44+01:00

Lunch & Learn Workshops

Lunchtime Workshops Delivered at Your Place of Work to Provide Key Health and Wellbeing Information to Your Employees

PTF can provide workshops and seminars over lunchtime periods to give employees an informative and interactive talk on a range of health related topics. Each session is designed to engage participants to think about how it applies to them personally and to contribute ideas through interaction with one another.

Each workshop has carefully been designed to be 45 minutes long in order to be focused and specific enough that everybody listening takes away some vital health and lifestyle advice that they can put into action straight away. Longer workshops are available – please ask.

A range of topics are available including:

‘How to Use Diet to Increase Your Energy’

‘Food Labelling Made Easy’

‘Building Your Resilience’

‘Health & Wellbeing at Work’

‘More Active More Often’

‘How Much Protein?’

Recent Client Testimonial

The presenter’s positive energy was so infectious! She provided information on the importance of healthy lifestyles along with simple and easy exercises we can all do throughout the day to manage stress, practice mindfulness & move our bodies more! It felt like the presenter is here for us – she seemed to really care about each one of us as individuals and didn’t mind staying later to work out additional questions! Thanks to Personal Touch Fitness!

Recent Participant Feedback

The presenter’s enthusiasm is infectious. Just being in this short session made me feel happier and more positive. Thank you!

If you could improve any aspect of the session, what would that be?

Longer! I feel like we only scratched the surface. I can’t wait to get the email with the additional resources

Find out more

If you would like further information regarding our lunch and learn seminar, or to be sent a range of topics available, please contact us.
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