Why Corporate Yoga?
Corporate Yoga Programs are specifically tailored to your organization. Corporate Yoga is being embraced by many progressive businesses and community organizations, many of which are incorporating alternative health and wellness programs to encourage work/life balance.
Corporate Yoga classes are a great way to improve workplace morale, increase productivity and bring everyone together to do something fun as a group. Yoga can be a welcome break to a busy work day or a relaxing way to de-stress at the end of the day.
Corporate Yoga Classes include:
Meditation, Mindfulness, Chair Yoga, Traditional Yoga, Stress Management
Benefits of Corporate Yoga
-Decreased health care premiums
-Reduced staff turnover
-Reduced employee absenteeism
-Higher job satisfaction amongst employees
-More respect for senior management of companies
-More attractive to potential employees seeking employment with your company
-Reduced stress, anxiety & depression
-Increased energy and decreased fatigue
-Improved memory, focus and concentration
-Stronger muscles and increased flexibility
-Improved overall health and reduced risk for diseases, including cancer
What Do You Need
-A quiet, comfortable space large enough to use (boardroom, lunchroom, spare office, A/V room, gymnasium, etc.)
-Small office? Solution: Chair Yoga and/or Mindfulness and Meditation
-Each person will need comfortable clothing and a water bottle
-We provide all the necessary equipment
How It Works
-Every session is customized for your workplace.
-Style of yoga
-Level of challenge ~ Classes are designed to accommodate from beginner to intermediate
-Focus of the classes
-Classes are typically 60 minutes and can take place early morning, during lunch or after work.
-Often classes held at the work place happen in a lunch room, empty office or a conference room.
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)