Posture Tips to Keep You Healthy During WFH

Are you sitting with your back straight while reading this e-Journal? If yes, then you deserve a pat on your back. You are making room for a healthy mind space and body. If not, then it’s still ok! You can always work on your body posture and boost your mental and physical health. Working from home during the coronavirus outbreak definitely offers comfort, but with lack of proper office furniture, it can be tricky to maintain the right posture while working from home. Many of us sit for long periods of time and may suffer from back or neck pain as we work from home. Join our virtual meeting on Wednesday afternoon to learn how posture relates to the four pillars of good health: Nutrition, Exercise, Mindfulness, and Nerve Function. You’ll also get some useful posture tips to keep you pain-free and productive while you work from home.

About the guest speaker:

Dr. Aubrey C. Gail, American Chiropractic Clinic Hanoi

Dr. Gail was born in Greensboro, North Carolina and has been a practicing chiropractor for 23 years. He chose this field as it is one of the world’s largest natural healing professions, which seeks to identify the root cause of patient’s problem. He combined his knowledge of chiropractic with nutrition and exercise in order to create a total health experience for the patient. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Springfield College and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Cleveland Chiropractic College. Before moving to Vietnam in 2018, Dr. Aubrey owned and managed two successful chiropractic clinics dedicated to the holistic practice of wellness. Established in 2006, the American Chiropractic Clinic (ACC) has locations in Hanoi, HCMC, and Danang, with modern facilities to provide the best international standard services to patients.

This virtual meeting will use the Microsoft Teams platform and there is no cost to participate. You may join the conversation from either your desktop or smartphone. Please register your participation by clicking on the button below or by calling (84) 24 3934 2790. Registered participants will receive an email later today with the URL link and instructions.