Rewild Your Space

Rewild Your Space

A Holistic Model To Restore Health & Wellness In Your Workspace

Our environments are forever changing and adapting to keep up within this modern & fast-paced world. However, as humans our bodies are starting to become neglected in the process.

Our bodies were never designed to sit for hours on end, continuously look at screens, breathe artificial air, be exposed to so much artificial light, constantly surrounded by WIFI & wireless technology, and eat highly processed foods.

Depression & anxiety are becoming prevalent in our society, and we are becoming more and more disconnected from the world around us.

We are spending more time indoors interacting with our technology over interacting with our friends & family.

The more we begin to look at our environments and how we are inter-connected with it, the more we can learn (re-learn) how to connect back to ourselves and our innate abilities as human beings.

Rewild Your Space is a process of assessing your current workplace and examining what may be contributing to a decrease in productivity, what may lead to workplace injuries & absenteeism, and what may be negatively affecting your overall health & wellness.

/riˈwīld/

1. to reverse the process of domestication.

2. to return to a more wild or natural state. The process of rewilding is about examining our cultural paradigms, seeing how they affect our physical, mental, and emotional health, and reclaiming our birthright as human beings.


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A productive employee is one who is capable of working at their fullest potential for the maximum amount of time each day. This not only ensures a greater volume of work completed, but work of a higher standard.

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A healthy employee is a happier worker. By providing wellness initiatives in the workplace employees will gain a greater understanding of their own health and have less days absent due to illness.

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A proactive approach to injury reduction looking at risk assessment & management to prevent injuries from occurring in the first place. Thus empowering employees through a natural approach to movement.


What is Involved?

To start, we will conduct a workplace assessment that will look at;

  • Operations of Your Business

  • Postural Appraisal/ Ergonomics

  • Workplace Habits/Culture

  • Environmental Factors

The duration of the appraisal will vary depending on the size of your space & number of workers (minimum 1 hour)

Following this, you will receive an individualised report summarising all findings as well as the recommendations that we make.

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Recommendations include;

  • Educational presentations on ergonomics & the importance of movement for injury reduction.

  • Educational presentations for stress reduction and ways to enhance your health & wellness

  • Mindfulness & relaxation strategies

  • Office specific Movement Snack’s program and training with options of additional group classes for all employees.

  • Enhancing your workplace environment for optimal health, wellness & productivity.


The Statistics

Australian Workers Compensation Statistics, Safe Work Australia

Injuries & Musculoskeletal disorders led to 90% of serious claims in 2014-15 with the most common traumatic being joint/ligament and muscle/tendon injuries (almost 45%)

Proactive Approach to Mental Health

The University of WA ran a survey in 2017 within the mining industry which found 83 percent of respondents had either suffered mental health issues whilst in mining or knew someone who had. Just over 50 percent said their company was supportive and offered genuine assistance while 46 percent said it did not.

Reduced staff turnover

Employees who aren’t coping with tension at work are more likely to leave. It costs tens of thousands of dollars to replace an employee that has been with the company for many years. According to research, staff turnover costs are 150% of their annual salary, and it takes 20 weeks on average for new employees to become fully productive.

Stress Reduction

An estimated 75 percent to 90 percent of all doctor visits are for stress-related issues, and stress is a factor in five out of the six leading causes of death— heart disease, cancer, stroke, lower respiratory disease, and accidents.

The Globoforce Workhuman Analytics & Research Institute

Together with IMB Smarter Workforce researched The Financial Impact of a Positive Employee Experience. They investigated the financial returns for companies that take care of their employees. It found that organisations in the top 25% of “employee experience” report nearly triple the return on assets and more than twice the return on sales when compared with companies in the bottom quartile.

Return on Investment

Wellness programs in the workplace not only have a positive effect on staff morale, injury prevention and overall workplace productivity, a NSW State Government study discovered that mental health and wellbeing programs were found to have a return on investment between $1.56 and $4.01 for each dollar they cost.

Screen Time

Digital Australia, State of the Nation report found that the average Australian spends 10 hours per day looking at a digital screen

Effects on Sleep Quality

A recent study found that 80 % Of people report using digital devices in the hours before going to sleep, which has been shown to disrupt sleep patterns by increasing alertness in the brain through the suppression of melatonin

The Effects of Nature On Productivity

A study by Dr Chris Knight concluded that employees were 15% more productive when "lean" workplaces are filled with just a few houseplants, as employees who actively engage with their surroundings are better workers. When plants were brought into the offices – one plant per square metre – employee performance on memory retention and other basic tests improved substantially.


If You Ready to Get Started or Have Any More Questions About The Process, Book Your Free Discovery Call Now

I Am Here To Help...


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Who Am I?

My name is Fin and I am a Movement Therapist & Coach. My passion is helping others create change within themselves, and connect better with themselves, their environments & their relationships.  

Starting off with a BSc in Sports & Exercise Rehabilitation I continued to develop my skills, improve my knowledge base and PLAY with my own body, working out all aspects of movement, nutrition, lifestyle, spirituality and overall wellbeing.  

I believe that I am on a never-ending journey working with the beauty of the human body and am very excited to see where this journey brings me and the people that I can empower along the way.  

I believe that the issues, restrictions and limitations in my own body are the keys that have unlocked my growth & development and allowed me to help and empower so many others do the same for themselves.  

My aim for sharing the work that I offer is to reach others on a deeper level than I have previously explored, and to bring together all of my past and present learnings & teachings into individualised programs to help create real change for others.