Health and Wellbeing at Work

More and more organisations are finding that looking after the well-being of staff is something they cannot ignore – not only does it have real benefits, it addresses the statutory obligations for an organisation to be proactive in addressing the health issues faced by employees, preventing injuries and illnesses and effectively managing an employee’s return to work after a period of absence.

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Corporate Services

In today’s workplace, it is common for people to sit in the same position for long periods of time, which can have negative physical effects leading to negative effects on their motivation and productivity. Our therapists use a mix of different massage techniques without the use of oils or creams, concentrating solely on the key stress […]

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IMPACT Wellbeing

IMPACT Wellbeing Programme is a range of simple, adaptable and effective relaxation techniques to improve wellbeing in the workplace and the home.  The programme is taught by an instructor who works with groups or individuals.  IMPACT Wellbeing Programme has a common core of knowledge and skills.  The delivery of the programme is adapted […]

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Massage in Schools

This fun and easy-to-learn programme is aimed at children between four and 12 years old, and its benefits are significant and wide ranging. Children are given the skills to deliver simple massage techniques to each other during regular, short, structured sessions in the classroom. It develops their self respect and respect for each other [...]

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  • We have found the Go Wellbeing service to be a very good service for us to offer to our foster carers. Massage supports in lowering stress levels and we have had positive feedback from carers who have enjoyed some 'me' time. Go Wellbeing have always been friendly, professional, organised and efficient. We have enjoyed working with them!

    Danielle Ahier

    Pyramid Care Community Interest Company

  • I have found Go Wellbeing excellent in responding to our requirements and for self management of the sessions. I do not hesitate in recommending their services.

    Clive Werrett

    Occupational Health, Worcestershire County Council

  • Peer massage was re-introduced to Sytchampton in September 2013. As a new head I was really pleased to hear about the programme, to meet Donna and understand the benefits to children of all ages. The programme is delivered in a calm and professional manner with all the resources provided. We encourage staff to complete the massage after lunch and find that it calms the children and puts them into a positive mindset for learning. The children sit with a partner, follow a powerpoint and quickly learn the massage types and names, e.g. 'the cat' and ' the bear walk'. The programme reinforces our whole school ethos of respect and support for each other. We also have awards for our best participants at the end of the year! Charlotte said "It's really relaxing and when I massage my partner my hands feel nice". Jen said "It makes me happy".

    Mrs Sharon Williams

    Headteacher, Sytchampton Endowed First School

  • Children at my school have benefited from Peer Massage in many ways. It is a calming process that helps to prepare children for learning especially after lunch. It teaches children the power of positive touch which is a culture we encourage where children can support each other. Children from Nursery to Year 6 can be found enjoying Peer Massage.

    Jackie Hampson

    Headteacher, Castlefields Primary School


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