Breathing easy in the home office

Speakers: one to two counsellors, depending on the number of the participants
Participants: Online: 6 - 8; Attendance: 10-12

Home office is not only mentally but also physically exhausting. With our online seminar "Taking a Breath at Home", we combine these two aspects to better "survive" in the home office.

BREAK! TAKE A BREATH AND MOVE

During the home office, our small and large movement breaks are omitted, such as: going to the printer, meeting in the meeting room, going to lunch. After 40 minutes without movement and the associated blood circulation, our attention wanes, and our ability to concentrate and creativity suffer. That's why you need planned and active breaks - we help you to schedule them. Our colleague and physiotherapist Philipp Mack will do a self-test with you and show you practical exercises.

THINKING BREAK! STRUCTURE AND REAL CONTACT

More home office also means less social exchange and less resonance.

Studies on home office show that on the one hand home office increases flexibility and thus relieves stress, but on the other hand the mixing of private and professional life acts as a stress factor. Therefore, in addition to planned breaks, you also need structure and real contact. Sina Feuerstein, psychologist and economist, helps you to realise structure and contact with psychological input and exercises.