|Fighting the Office Syndrome: Free Community Seminar
|By : BodyConscious by Y Wellness | Posted : March 30, 2019
|Do you belong to the 70% of office workers that suffer from office syndrome?
Today, a huge part of the workforce is comprised of office workers. The nature of their job requires them to sit for 8+ hours a day consecutively. In a seated posture, when you are bent over a computer, your spine is placed under great stress that accumulates over time. If your head sits in front of your shoulders by as little as 1 cm, it can lead to up to 15 times more stress in the mid-back! Sitting in these postures commonly leads to muscle tiredness, stiffness, and causes your vertebras to slowly shift and close down the doorways where the nerves exit, which then leads to sharp, radiative or intensified pain.
In this free community seminar, you learn how to decrease the pain and how to improve your range of motion and strengthen your body for greater resistance so that you can avoid the "office syndrome" in the future.
Attend the events and get 50% discount voucher to be used for services with the selling price no more than 3,000 THB. (may not be used in conjunction with any other offer)
When: 20th of April, 11.00 am - 12.30pm
Admission fee: Free (Only 20 Spaces)
Lead by: Dr. Charyodsakon Rajatanavin (Dr. Guy) and Pachara Punnatornurarin (Mac)
Location: BodyConscious at Y Wellness (7th Fl. Column Bangkok)
Dr. Chatyodsakon Rajatanavin (Dr. Guy) (TCM Doctor & Holistic Consultant)
Dr. Guy is a certified Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor graduated from Xiamen University in China. He has extensive experience in teaching Qigong, Sound Healing (Applying energy through frequencies from medical instruments, singing bowls, and tuning forks). Apart from the Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Guy is also a certified Thai Traditional Medicine, and he is specialized in massage. Dr. Guy is fluent in Thai, English and Chinese.
Pachara Punnatornurarin (Mac) (Senior Physiotherapist)
Pachara graduated from Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Allied Health Sciences. After his graduate, he received the physiotherapist license from the Council of Physiotherapy of Thailand. To gain further specialization in his field, he went to a training program in manual technique therapy at the Tokyo Metropolitan University in Tokyo, Japan. Prior to joining Body Conscious, as a senior physiotherapist specializing in the musculoskeletal system, Pachara worked at leading medical institutions namely, the Bangkok Spine Academy, Bangkok Hospital and Toyota Medical Care Clinic. He can speak Thai, English and Japanese fluently.
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