All you need is a chair. Any office chair can be used. No Special equipment is needed.
Wear anything you want. No need to change in yoga clothes
Great for employee wellness. Prior yoga wellness not required.
A quick break that will leave everyone relaxed and refresh.
We are working to change lives through yoga and believe that adding a bit of asana (physical practice) and pranayama (breathing techniques) into one’s work day can be transformational.
Break the cycle of feeling stressed out and hunched over your computer! Office Yoga sessions are designed to not only give you a much-deserved break, but also to help you slow down, regain focus, breathe and stretch your weary muscles – right at your desk.
It’s appropriate for all ability levels and easy to follow. Take as little as 5 minutes for yourself and watch your mood, productivity and creativity instantly improve. Be a Corporate Yogi!!
Cultivate self-awareness & take control of your mind with Pranayama, Relaxation, Mindfulness Meditation. When your boss needs just a minute of your time, the credit card is overdue, and the kids are late to school, it’s time to stop, be more present, more aware and more objective. Experience sessions to be conﬁdent enough to handle whatever life brings, worrying less about the past and the future and enjoying each moment. Whether you feel you can’t meditate or your mind is finely tuned, you’ll find programs that work for you. These practices help you to be a better artist or athlete, writer. Learn to be kind, calm and present with the most important people in your life. Especially Yourself. It means sharper minds, calmer bodies, and professionals who can make decisions and act from a place of balance and heightened awareness.
This is a combination of traditional yoga with dynamic exercises of the muscles, boosting circulation and improving muscle tone. Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Power Yoga puts emphasis on strength and flexibility. The advent of power yoga heralded yoga’s current popularity, as people began to see yoga as a way to work out. It also promotes weight loss.
When most of us talk about yoga, we’re talking about Hatha yoga. ‘Hatha’ is the combination of two Sanskrit words: Ha meaning Sun and Tha meaning moon. As a concept, Hatha represents the balance of opposites – hot and cold, fire and water, male and female, positive and negative. Similarly, Hatha yoga works to balance the energies of the mind with those of the body through physical exercises (asanas), controlled breathing and calming the mind with meditation and relaxation.