02-672-3189 ellenbuckstein@me.com

I’m an ergonomics consultant.
I make the workplace more productive, safe, and pleasant.

Boost energy and prevent fatigue

Increase productivity and focus

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Select the correct furniture

Decrease pain and reduce risk of injury

Strengthen employee satisfaction

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Ellen Buckstein

Ergonomics Consultant

I have been helping people to sit and move comfortably since 1998. I am always looking for ways to improve the way people move in their space.  I work with companies, small businesses, home offices and individuals to provide cost effective solutions.

I received my MBA from NYU and am certified by the Wingate Institute in Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics Consulting. I am also a RYT 200 certified yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance. A native English speaker, I have been working in Hebrew for sixteen years.

My Clients Include:

From my Blog

Ergonomics: An Overview

I started the ergolife blog and newsletter one year ago to help people manage and prevent the pain and injury that result from long hours spent on computers and hand held devices.  This partial summary of topics covered in the past year can provide an ergonomics...

The True Cost of an Ergonomic Injury

The Cost of Reaction vs. Prevention Clients who call for an ergonomics risk assessment have often experienced recurring episodes of pain. Sometimes it's acute back pain that has cost them a week or more of work, on more than one occasion. In between those episodes...

Yoga: A Vital Part of your Corporate Health and Wellness Strategy

After enjoying a personal yoga practice for more than ten years, I recently became a Certified Yoga Instructor through a Yoga Alliance affiliated school in Jerusalem. I want to share the benefits of yoga because I believe that taking time to invest in your own health...

Sit-Stand Workstation: Varidesk Product Review

Much has been promised in terms of the long term health benefits of standing workstations including increased longevity and an end to obesity, type two diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Is standing at work really the key to better health and productivity or is it...