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Equip: Corporate Health Results

Make your health a priority in 2017 The Office Space is pleased to announce our new workplace wellness program for 2017.  We have partnered with Corporate Health Results to offer a suite of health and wellbeing services for you to tap into this year. Weekly Bootcamp: Build relationships, decrease job stress and significantly increase alertness, focus and work productivity by joining our weekly bootcamp sessions in Harmony park.  Classes will commence Wednesday 8th February from 5:30 – 6:30pm.  Speak to reception if you would like to be involved in this FREE class. Seated Massage: As we know, sitting is the new smoking.  To combat the aches and pains from desk work, we have arranged a professional masseuse to visit both offices on the last Friday of each month.  The cost is $30 for 20 minutes or $100 for the hour which can be added to your monthly account. It’s a perfect treat for you or your hard-working staff.  Speak to reception about booking a slot between 1pm and 4pm on the last Friday of the month. Executive Health Assessments: Corporate Health Results has a highly qualified team that consists of exercise scientists, exercise physiologists, massage therapists, nurses, personal trainers and accredited dieticians.  We have negotiated a 15% discount on the additional health services offered by Corporate health Results.  Mention The Office Space when making your appointment. Your health and that of your employees, is your businesses greatest asset. Make this a priority in 2017 with The Office Space workplace wellness program.



Details: Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm, Harmony Park, commencing 8 February

Cost: FREE to all residents of The Office Space

Seated Massage

Details: 1-4pm on the last Friday of the month, commencing 24th February

Cost: $30 for 20 minutes, $100 per hour (service passed on at cost)

RSVP: Contact reception to reserve your place

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