Wilsonville encourages health at work

February 17, 2013 by  

The ‘Keeping Healthy at Work Workshop’ will guide employees in various fields on how to keep the correct posture, use exercise programs, and improve their productivity while working.

There are no drugs or medications used during this workshop, and guests will be taught how to use posture and awareness about their own bodies to reduce stress and stagnation, while increasing their energy output. Brochure and poster printing were most likely used to promote this workshop to workers in this community and the surrounding area.

This event is sponsored by the Wilsonville Chamber of Commerce and is part of its ‘Successful Business University’ program. There will be information on how to reduce undue stress, fatigue, and pain that is encountered in various work situations. Discussion and information will be provided on lifestyle aspects, including attention to diet, proper nutritional needs, and stretches that can be performed in the work environment.

The instructor for this workshop is Padmanabhan K. Melethil, whose education is based in Oriental Medicine and many other specialties, and who has been serving the community at the Wilsonville Clinic since back in 2007. He offers free consultations for people regarding health concerns.

The cost is $10 per person for non-members, although advanced registration is required. The Keeping Healthy at Work Workshop will be held this Wednesday, February 20, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Clackamus Community College, Room 211, located at 29353 SW Town Center Loop E in Wilsonville, Oregon. To register, please visit the Wilsonville Chamber of Commerce website or call Brandi Ebner at 503-682-0411.