Replace your coffee break with a yoga break
For every $1 invested in workplace wellness, a company can expect $3 in cost savings or benefits. (U. of Michigan Research Centre)
Employees who report a high degree of stress in their lives miss twice as many work days as employees who report a low degree of stress. (Conference Board of Canada)
Stressed and overworked employees? Re-energize and reward them while increasing your productivity by bringing them peace of mind and balance. My special free 60 minute introductory workshop includes outlining the benefits of yoga as well as demonstration and practice of poses.
Companies that provide yoga in the workplace include:
And the popularity of yoga just keeps on growing: over 65% of traditional health clubs are now offering yoga in their activities according to IHRSA (International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association).
- healthier staff –> less sick days*
- improved concentration, memory and focus
- increased job satisfaction and productivity
- reduced stress, fatigue, anxiety, depression
- build camaraderie and team spirit
- view more physical and emotional benefits of yoga
* Doctors and some insurance companies in the U.S. now prescribe and cover yoga for heart disease and asthma patients according to U.S. News & World Report.
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(352) 691 66 66 59
Q: Do our employees need to have yoga experience?
A: No. First class will be taught with the new student in mind and appropriate modifications are always provided.
Q: Why do yoga in the workplace?
A: It’s accessible to employees and avoids travel time and delays between studio and workplace.
Q. What kinds of corporate classes do you offer?
A. Contact me regarding your goals for the class and I will customize the experience for you.
Q. What do we need to provide to host a yoga class?
A. A room with open space. I provide mats for a rental of 1€ per mat or employees can bring their own. Mats can be purchased for 25€. A CD player or computer is optional.
Q. What kind of clothing should participants wear?
A. Wear loose, comfortable clothing you can stretch in (no skirts).