There truly is something about the change of season that makes life in winter just that little bit more difficult. The shorter days, loss of sunlight, colder temperatures, wetter weather – and now the increasing restrictions – all make it hard to stay healthy, eat well and keep fit and flexible.

A January 2021 survey shows, in fact, that 71% of employers now identify worker well-being as the greatest challenge posed by the remote working environment that has exploded in the wake of Covid-19.

To address these issues, and help overcome them, Pegasus Consulting has put together a panel of expert lecturers, physiotherapists, psychologists and teachers offering key presentations on how to stay energised, nourished, fit and happy all winter long, including…

Winter Wellness (Body)

• Fitness, flexibility and mobility
• Eating Well and Essential Vitamins
• Good Sleep

Winter Wellness (Mind)

• Identifying stress
• Dealing with covid-related anxiety and isolation
• Relaxation techniques
• Working From Home issues

Working From Home

• Workplace ergonomics – setting up your home desk
• Good posture while standing, sitting or working


• Advice for parents teaching their own schoolchildren

Expert Speakers:

Colette O’Flynn, B. Physio, M.I.S.C.P., Lic. Ac., is a chartered physiotherapist, a licensed acupuncturist and a pilates instructor. Her work features regularly on RTE television, online, and in newspapers and magazines. She works with prestigious companies, including ESB, Irish Life, SureSkills & Cooney Carey, and has a long list of celebrity clients, from TV presenters to novelists, Olympians to Oscar winners.

Dr Aoife Quinn has a BA in Psychology from the National University of Maynooth, and a PhD from the School of Psychology, UCD. Aoife is a DCU psychology tutor and teaches the sport and exercise psychology, counselling psychology and addiction studies diplomas at City Colleges. Aoife also runs a private psychology practice in South Dublin where she sees a range of clients from both the corporate and sports world.

PhysioNow, recognising the urgent need for safe, professional, online exercise classes, recently released a series of online ‘physiopilates’ classes, which have become very popular with companies and individuals during lockdown. The exercises, ideal for people of any age or fitness, can be done at any time with little or no equipment, and no need to change into gym gear. All you need is a mat, some space, and 30 minutes.

Check out the PhysioNow YouTube channel

For more information, and to book Colette and Aoife for lectures, please contact info@alanm79.sg-host.com