MOVEMENT : You do have time to move. Let’s snack

MOVEMENT : You do have time to move. Let’s snack

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Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce

15 Daly Street

#Level 3

Lower Hutt, Wellington 5010

New Zealand

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MOVEMENT : You do have time to move. Let’s snack

About this event

  • Are you tired of feeling tired?
  • Are you too busy to exercise?
  • Do you want to workout but can’t / won’t join a gym?
  • Do you want to have more energy?
  • Do you want to sleep better, feel better, look better, be more productive?

“Too busy" is one of the most common reasons we give for not exercising. It makes sense, you’re a busy person with a to-do list a mile long. With family and work commitments, who has time to get a sweat on for 30 minutes, especially when you add on precious time to change into sports clothes, shower, and change back? 

You may not have a spare 30 minutes, but how about two minutes? Do you have two minutes to brush your teeth in the morning? Two minutes to wash your hands before eating? A few minutes while the kettle boils? If you have two minutes, you have time to exercise and enjoy the benefits of it.

Come along to this session where I will share with you how, in two minutes of movement, you can improve cardiovascular fitness, strength, energy, and productivity. You will sleep better, feel better and look better. In this workshop we’ll cover off some simple movements you can do anywhere and at any time, that deliver big benefits. No sports clothes or activewear is required (unless of course that’s how you roll), so come as you are straight from the office or home.


Josie Askin, CEO of Spring Coaching, is a performance and productivity coach who works with driven leaders and entrepreneurs to improve their performance and productivity, by applying a focus on wellbeing. Josie has nearly 20 years working in government, in a range of advisory roles. She became interested in the gaps between workplace performance and wellbeing, gradually building analogies between sport and business performance while gaining several coaching qualifications. Now she deals with clients under pressure from all walks of life offering tailored leadership performance coaching, workplace wellbeing programmes, workshops, speaking and facilitation. She has just released a new programme The Power of Small Steps, a curated online programme for busy people to help keep people motivated and accountable to accomplish goals in small, manageable steps.

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