Bring Yoga to Your Workplace
The secret is out - a weekly office yoga session has been shown to have numerous benefits, including reduced sick days and employee turnover, meaning less costs for businesses. An on-site corporate yoga program improves the office culture and boosts workplace morale. On an individual level, yoga boosts concentration. positive feelings, communication, problem-solving, and reduces stress levels on both the mind and body.
Pause for a moment and ask yourself:
Would you like to feel happier at work?
Want to reduce workplace incidences of back pain, neck stiffness, and carpal tunnel syndrome?
Would you like to learn simple tools you and your team can use to energize, concentrate, and manage stress throughout your day?
Now visualize this:
It’s the end of the day and your body aches, you’re stressed, and you’re about to snap at the next person who talks to you.
Then you remember that today your office has a free yoga class. You don’t have to commute anywhere else or pay a penny. Just get in your stretchy pants and show up.
An hour later you emerge with a smile on your face, the stresses of the day feel far away from you now. Your body feels limber. You’re going to be a much nicer person when you go home. You’ll probably sleep better and be rested for the day ahead.
Isn’t THAT the true definition of corporate wellness?
Isn’t it obvious why so many major companies, like Google, Apple, and Yahoo, have already been investing in on-site yoga for years?
Setting Up a Trial Class is easy, and takes 15 minutes of your time. Click here to book your free phone consultation. We’ll discuss the specifics of your workplace's needs, address any questions you may have, and put together a trial office yoga class that your team will love!
~ Select either Mat Yoga or Chair Yoga
~ Choose from 30, 45, or 60 min classes
~ Specify whether you want this to be an invigorating work out or a relaxing wind down (most people say, "BOTH!")
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Chelsey Kap is a Certified Advanced Yoga Instructor and Rolfer with over 1,100 hours of interdisciplinary training.
She has been delivering yoga to the workplace
with her big smile since 2013.