Zoomergisers Workshops


Are you struggling with online fatigue? This online workshop explores energiser activities and ideas that help to keep everyone engaged and energised when online. (Facilitated online only) 

We have all been experiencing an unprecedented period and scale of virtual interactions in recent times. The transition to online sessions has helped so many e.g. in business, education, community groups, interest groups, family etc. However, these virtual sessions have also been extremely hard on some both physically and mentally and many people are talking about experiencing ‘online fatigue’. 

If you work with any type of group or team on ANY online platform this active workshop, which has been running successfully for several months with over 500+ participants to date, will introduce you to a series of engaging energisers and activities that can help when participants need a bit of a boost to help manage concentration and engagement.

All the energiser activities require minimal or no prior set up and can be used as and when needed during online sessions. The energisers are very flexible and each is designed as a quick stand-alone activity to manage engagement and energy levels. 

You can even put the energisers together as a string for special online events you might be running. 

This online workshop is suitable for all staff members and groups.


A Christmas version of Zoomergisers is also available.  


Here's what past participants said:

Great, highly engaging session, lots learned and plenty to bring to my team’ 

‘So creative. So many great ideas to choose from. Thank you’ 

‘What an amazing array of tools to lift an online session’

‘This was a totally new area for me, and I was delighted to see it in action’ 

‘Absolutely brilliant session, so interactive, great short, simple ideas on how to engage participants better’ 

'Adults are allowed to have fun through play. The energisers were brilliant and I look forward to trying some of them out. There was a great mix of ideas for different cohorts and groups’