Bodyhealth Software™

Office staff sit and work for long periods of time which:

  • Reduces staff mental alertness
  • Reduces staff effectiveness and productivity
  • Increase staff risk of diabetes and heart disease
  • Increases staff risk of physical aches and pains





CS Body Health has created bodyhealth software which:

  • Aids staff performing their own office ergonomics
  • Provides regular micro breaks to improve mental alertness
  • Provides regularly physio prescribed desk exercises

Bodyhealth software Provides:

  • User control of frequency and choice of desk exercises.
  • Quick and easy to perform exercises (30s – 1min)
  • Visually (picture) guided self-performed office ergonomic risk assessment.
  • User controlled reporting of both the ergonomic and exercise usage of the software.
  • The report includes specifics regarding problem ergonomic workstation elements and how to resolve them.
  • The software has no backend access to the software that is downloaded onto staff’s laptop/desktop and the reporting system is compliant with the POPIA Act.

Backed by a clinical trial (postural neck pain component) and based in research and clinical practice.


R359 per user computer licence*.

*Company rates differ according to the numbers of employees. 

Please contact us for a quote.

“ I have been using Bodyhealth Software™ for a few weeks, and find it has definitely helped to reduce the strain on my lower back. It is a good reminder that I have been sitting at my desk for too long, and that I need to move to ensure better productivity and focus. It is user friendly, and one can set the exercise reminders to suit your routine. A positive and cost effective investment in one’s health”.   Roslyn Schmidt.  Recruitment Consultant

Overall, these exercises made a profound difference to my physical health and energy in specifically releasing stress in my neck and back and that it furthermore helped me enhance my mental energy and concentration levels”. Barry Vorster, Graphic Designer, Die Burger, Media24


Our new software for computer users is the perfect solution.

It can:

  • Practically help office workers improve their ongoing uncomfortable working posture.

  • Reduce any back and neck pain  with targeted exercises.
  • Improve general activity levels while sitting (helping reduce diabetes and heart disease).



  1. Perform your ergonomic assessment guided by the software

2.  Get your workstation risk level

3.  Use your report to fix any workstation problems

4.  Choose your exercise programme

5.  Do your exercises

6.  Monitor your exercise compliance and goals



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  6. Bailey, D. P., & Locke, C. D. (2015). Breaking up prolonged sitting with light-intensity walking improves postprandial glycemia, but breaking up sitting with standing does not/. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 18, 294–298.

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