Corporate Yoga

For every $1 invested in workplace wellness, a company can expect $3 in cost savings or benefits.

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Why Yoga in the Workplace?

Yoga is a time-tested practice that cultivates boundless levels of energetic and physical fitness. Just as we bring yoga to those who may not otherwise be able to experience the benefits of yoga, we have also designed a yoga program for the corporate employee.

Corporate employees deserve the opportunity to reduce stress and tension AND become more physically fit. Before long, these work habits begin to take their toll on our bodies and minds in the form of stress, tension and sickness. And while a mild amount of stress can help us meet deadlines, too much stress, or constant stress, can interfere with numerous physical and mental abilities. How we respond to stress can have a significant impact on our total health. Yoga can remove stress from the body and mind.

 

Benefits of Corporate Yoga

  • Improves memory, focus, productivity and decision-making skills
  • Reduces stress, anxiety & depression
  • Increases energy and decreases fatigue
  • Improves posture and enhances employee attitude and outlook
  • Improves overall health and reduced risk for disease
  • Promotes well-being in the workplace and reduces employee turnover
  • Higher job satisfaction
  • More attractive to potential employees seeking employment with your company

What we offer

  • On-site group and private classes
  • Tailored practices for individuals or groups
  • Specialized workshops
  • Board meeting breakout sessions
  • Breath and core strengthening work
  • Guided relaxation and meditation

For every $1 invested in workplace wellness, a company can expect $3 in cost savings or benefits.

Fun Facts

University of Michigan Research Centre

For every $1 invested in workplace wellness, a company can expect $3 -$6 in cost savings or benefits.

Conference Board of Canada

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.

WHAT THE PEOPLE ARE SAYING

We took a study of our employees and put them into mindfulness and yoga… The result for us was an 11-1 return on investment in having people who are more productive, people who have less stress and reduced health care costs.

Mark Bertolini

Aetna chairman & CEO in a CNBC interview