Employees and employers both benefit from corporate wellness programs, particularly corporate meditation classes.
If you’re considering adding meditation classes to your wellness program, it’s important to understand the benefits of corporate meditation and your options.
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The class is suitable for all levels.
You will need: bolster or 3 large pillows, yoga block/book, two blankets, yoga mat/carpet.
Cork’s businesses are introducing corporate wellness programs to their employees with great success. Whether it’s a traditional yoga practice or a blend of chair yoga, mindfulness and meditation, employees report feeling calmer, less stressed, more flexible and tension free.
Corporate yoga is a great addition to your corporate wellness program. An estimated 70% of workers are stressed, including those working from home. Burnout and lifestyle factors contribute to workplace stress. Many employees struggle to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
Stress is a process caused by the inside or outside world stressful stimuli. Stressors could be emotional (worry over your family), as well as physical (fear of something dangerous). People have different ways of reacting to stress, so a situation that feels stressful to one person may in fact be motivating to another.
Chair Yoga is becoming increasingly popular as it is accessible to many students. It's a go to practice for people who work long hours at the desk and need a short break during work. Chair Yoga is usually gentle and can be practiced by Seniors who can't perform floor based exercises.