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Women of

The Workplace

How do we stand for women at work (aka the world's change makers)?

In 2022, we’re still experiencing gender inequality in our workplaces – in our boardrooms, through the gender pay gap (the World Economic Forum estimates it will take 217 years to close it!) or via sexual harassment. 


And with research showing women’s confidence declines with experience (27% of new female employees are confident they can reach top management; this drops to 13% in experienced ones - KPMG Women’s Leadership study) we have a long way to go.


Our posture has a huge impact on how we feel about ourselves at work. With the right tools and knowledge, we can create environments that not only support the female workforce but moves towards a more equal workplace.


“Unlike men in the same position, women leaders have to continue to walk the line between appearing incompetent and nice and competent but cold… The same behaviour that enhances his status makes her less popular… this makes the goal of getting ahead in the workplace distinctly more challenging for women.”

Delusions of Gender, Cordelia Fine

What do we offer?

We run interactive trainings for up to 12 women (if there are more women then we’ll add extra sessions). The training usually consists of four sessions over six months including private one-to-one sessions.


In our sessions, we cover:

  • knowledge about good posture and how it impacts our wellbeing

  • how work and societal pressures are impacting posture,

       physical health and happiness

  • skills on building resilience and a sense of self in a company and role

  • the importance of simple body mechanics for physical health

  • building confidence and a strong presence in the workplace

  • becoming aware of negative postural habits and how to change them, and

  • inspiration to stand tall at work and in society.

Take a stand!

The women of the workplace are the change makers for our girls and boys. The more impact they create now the more it will help the next generation.   


It’s time to take a stand to create a work environment that works for all women.


For more information, please get in touch.

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