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  • The 10 Day Move into Balance Challenge - Movement Peditation to Promote Psychological Well-Being in Sedentary Workers During Their Working Day: Research Design for a Quantitative, Randomised Controlled Trial

Gillian Hipp is a Henley Business School PhD student in the department of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.

Her research interests include well-being, recuperation and productivity in the workplace with a focus on the role that the physical body and physical movement has on these. Her mixed-methods PhD research seeks to investigate the impact a physical movement intervention within the sedentary office workplace has on well-being.

Gillian is Course Leader of the BA (Hons) in Performing Arts at Hereford College of Arts. She has taught Dance, Movement and Performing Arts at further and higher education establishments across the UK since 2002. She is also a registered dance movement psychotherapist.

Her postgraduate qualifications include a a PG Cert in Research Methods from the University of Worcester (2019) and a PG Cert and MA in Dance Movement Therapy from Roehampton University (2006 and 2010 respectively).