Health & Wellbeing Roadshow

A variety of wellbeing tests and topics in one engaging event

Health & Wellbeing Roadshow

A wellbeing roadshow is a scaled-up wellbeing event, helping your whole workforce engage.

We work with you to determine the needs of your staff, and then we identify the best way to address these needs – all within your budget, of course.

We have a number of popular roadshow formats, but the benefit of an event like this is that the services can be completely tailored to your needs.

This means that your staff get an exciting and engaging day full of health and wellbeing interventions of all shapes and sizes.

Attendees engage with a physical health zone in a wellbeing roadshow

What our Clients Think

“The team did an absolutely fantastic job. The event was really busy all day and they went over and above to fit everybody in. Hoping to be able to re-book an event […] Overall feedback from staff was really positive, people enjoyed the event and appreciated the time the team spent explaining results.”

Katie Pearson

Howard Kennedy LLP

What Zones can be Included in a Wellbeing Roadshow?

If you can imagine it, we can likely build a wellbeing roadshow around it. That being said, we find that the most successful roadshows usually feature health checks, health screening and the lifestyle review zone. Beyond that, it’s entirely up to you!

This zone helps attendees understand some of their key health numbers. Here, we test:

  • Blood pressure, plus resting heart rate.
  • Body far percentage.
  • Visceral fat rating (the dangerous fat that surrounds internal organs).
  • Body water score.
  • Height and BMI.
  • Metabolic rate (how your body uses energy).
  • Metabolic age (how your metabolic rate compares to the average for your age).

For more information, take a look at our Employee Health Checks.

In this zone, we look at the results from the health checks, as well as related lifestyle factors that can affect overall health and wellbeing. This zone includes:

  • Health Check Point results review.
  • Risks of high or low blood pressure.
  • Waist circumference testing, plus risks around Visceral Fat and High BMI.
  • NHS Health Eating Guidelines.
  • Personal nutrition challenge and food label awareness.
  • Hydration review.
  • Goal-setting.


This zone covers the benefits of physical activity to physical and mental wellbeing. Activities include:

  • How to be physically active at work and in life.
  • Looking at NHS recommendations for activity.
  • Grip dynamometer and lung function testing.
  • Wii Fit and resistance bands activity.
  • Personal goal-setting activity.
  • Plus more.
This zone looks at different cancers and how lifestyle can help prevent (or reduce the risk of) cancers developing. Activities include:
  • Smokerlyzer testing.
  • Skincare and melanoma.
  • Healthy activity and diet to prevent cancer.
  • Self-examination activity and information.
  • Common cancers and UK screening programmes.
  • Plus more.
This zone is designed to help people understand the effect of stress on the mind and body, and shows how we can build resilience. Activities include:
  • Looking at signs of stress and excess pressure.
  • Using bio-dots to identify skin temperature stress symptom.
  • Look at personality type in relation to handling stress.
  • Review negative behaviours linked to stress.
  • Managing stress and pressure through effective coping mechanisms and active distraction exercises.
  • Plus more.
Inactivity and musculoskeletal (MSK) issues are serious problems for any workforce, but especially for desk-based staff or manual workers. This zone covers:
  • Core stability assessment
  • Postural review
  • Lifting technique and spine education session
  • Tips for postural improvement
  • Activity assessment and review
  • Plus more

This zone builds on the Employee Health Checks, by looking at risk for cardiovascular diseases. In this zone, we use a small finger-prick blood test to look at:

  • Cholesterol Scores.
  • Blood Glucose Scores.

For more information on this service, take a look at our Employee Health Screening service.

In addition to the zones listed here, we can also provide a range of other awareness zones to cater to specific wellbeing needs.

With our Roadshows, the sky is the limit. If you have an idea for an initiative you’d like to implement, we can work with you to help realise it. Here’s some inspiration:

  • Vitamin D Testing.
  • Mole & Skin Cancer Checks.
  • Diabetes Awareness.
  • Heart Health.
  • Nutritional Awareness.
  • Smoking Cessation.
  • Plus more.

What does an example Wellbeing Roadshow look like?

Employee Health Check Zone

Here, our practitioner will help your employees will check their blood pressure and body composition stats.

An illustrated example of a health check at a wellbeing roadshow


Lifestyle Review Zone

In this zone, attendees will look at their results from the health check, and set goals to improve their numbers moving forward.

An illustrated example of a lifestyle review zone at a wellbeing roadshow


Physical Activity Zone

In this zone, attendees will engage in a number of activities around physical health and how they can be more active in day-to-day life.

An illustrated example of a physical activity zone at a wellbeing roadshow


Men’s & Women’s Health Zone

Here, attendees will understand some of the most prevalent cancers in the UK, along with risk factors and available screening services. An illustrated example of a men's and women's health zone at a wellbeing roadshow

Perfecting Posture Zone

Finally, attendees will look how inactivity and different lifestyle practices (such sitting at a desk or manual work) can affect our musculoskeletal health.


An illustrated example of a perfecting posture zone at a wellbeing roadshow


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