Physical Health Trainings/Workshops

Exploring the importance of exercise and how it can have a positive effect on an individual's life.

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About our Corporate Physical Health Trainings/Workshops

Exercise is vital for maintaining good health and is a powerful tool for the prevention and management of mental and physical illnesses. Moreover, physical exercise offers a multitude of positive benefits from mood-boosting to improved cognitive function. 

In our physical health workshops, we explore the importance of having a balance when it comes to physical activity, nutrition, and mental wellbeing, to truly look after our overall physical health 

Popular Workshops

Posture And Pain

  • The training provides a basic introduction to the key indicators of a healthy musculoskeletal system, signs, and symptoms of imbalance, and effective prevention strategies to mitigate risks of chronic pain due to MSDs.
  • Understand the basic components of the Musculoskeletal system

Green and Blue Exercise

  • In this session, participants are briefed on practical strategies to steadily build up from walking to running in a balanced, sustainable and enjoyable way.
  • Understand the health benefits of aerobic exercise
  • Learn about the basics of correct running form, useful equipment, distance, pace

Building The Habit Of Exercise

  • Using research-driven strategies, participants will be given both an understanding of how habits are developed. 
  • Attendees will also learn how to build healthy exercise habits into their own lives so that they stick. 
  • This training is all about giving the participant the tools to ingrain the healthy habit of exercise into their life. 

Learn To Run

  • Attendees will leave with an understanding of how to start their journey into running.
  • Learn the skills of form, equipment, distance, pace, programs, nutrition, and hydration.  
  • Foundation skills to go from walking to running.  

Exercise and Mental Health

  • The session explores the mental health benefits of particular types of training, as well as the importance of reducing sedentary behaviour for optimal wellbeing.
  • Understand the mind-body connection as it relates to the health continuum
  • Discuss the current WHO exercise guidelines in the context of mental health

Building Strong Bones At Home

  • Attendees will develop the tools to do short workouts. 
  • Equipped with the tools needed to do targeted safe exercises that are research-backed to effectively support bone density. 
  • Suitable for anyone who wants to learn the basic fundamental exercises that need little or no equipment.

Practical Posture

  • This training addresses how we sit and how much we sit.
  • Provides attendees with tools on how to manage their physical health while working remotely. 
  • Suitable for anyone who is interested in tools on how to manage their physical health while working remotely. 

Musculoskeletal Health

  • The key elements that contribute to the incidence of MSDs fall under three main categories – ergonomic, social and individual risk factors.
  • A brief overview of the musculoskeletal system
  • Identify key indicators of structural health

Nature, Health & Wellbeing

  • Identify the health benefits of exposure to natural environments
  • Learn about Blue Mind Theory
  • Explore Forest Bathing and the practice of Shinrin Yoku

Eat to Excel

  • This training extends beyond covering the basics of nutrition necessary to sustain health, and takes things a step further to explore foods, drinks and supplements that can support optimal functioning and help prime individuals for peak performance.
  • Explore basic nutritional principles and healthy eating guidelines

Basics of Strength Training

  • The current WHO physical activity guidelines advise healthy adults to strength train all major muscle groups at a moderate intensity, or greater, at least two times a week, or more.
  • Learn the major muscle groups and different forms of strength training – Become familiar with basic exercises for each region of the body.

Hear from Past Participants of our Programmes

“I would like to thank the Zevo Health team for a really excellent programme and something people can use on an ongoing basis. Your support during the programme, on-site and off and responsiveness has been excellent.”


“Excellent delivery and examples. The tips on how to being to make the small changes to begin to change bad habits were very good. Would be good to see a session on how to use the resistance bands/power bands etc. in a home office setting during a meeting. i.e. What exercises, how to vary to get to the muscle groups in an even way.”

Johnson & Johnson

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I book a consultation with Zevo Health?

A consultation can be booked with a member from Zevo Health through messaging our website, sending us an email to, or calling on +353 1 903 8279  

Are the trainings suitable for all levels of physical fitness?

Yes, all the trainings are designed to suit all levels of fitness capability and knowledge. We will recommend the most suitable training for your organisation, based on your employee’s needs.  

Where does Zevo Health deliver their trainings?

Zevo Health delivers face-to-face trainings on your site or at the location of your choice and, we deliver them virtually, allowing your employees from any location to take part in the training.  

Why choose Physical Health training for your team or organization?

At Zevo Health, we are not dogmatic; we approach the pursuit of wellbeing as a holistic journey. The body follows the mind, and the mind follows the body. Physical activity is a cornerstone of our health, for both body and mind. We have developed these sessions to affect behaviour change and give participants the tools, knowledge, and inspiration to move in a safe and progressive way. These sessions are grounded in practicality with easy to implement takeaways, perfect for driving engagement and affecting change. 

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