Do Yoga at Your Desk
Benefits of Yoga at Work
Sitting for long hours can lead to poor posture, stiffness and discomfort. Desk yoga is accessible to everyone and can be done seated or standing. It relaxes areas prone to tension, such as the neck, shoulders, back and hips. Special focus can be given to techniques that reduce the risk of RSI in wrists and fingers from keyboard and phone use, plus reliving eye strain and headaches from too much time spent staring at screens. Our Desk Yoga workshops leave participants with the tools for better posture ongoing, reducing discomfort and increasing focus.
Engaging in Desk Yoga in the workplace is a simple, effective way to reduce stress, boost productivity and energy levels, enhance physical health, reduce absenteeism, boost team cohesion and promote work-life balance.
How it Works
Our expert instructors guide you through simple yet effective yoga stretches that can be done sitting right at the desk in ordinary office chairs and normal clothes, ensuring you and your team stay energised and centred throughout the day. Everything is adapted to participant's needs including for people with reduced mobility and pregnant women. Topics covered include gentle stretches and movement, core strengthening techniques, breathwork and mindfulness. Session content, length and frequency adjusted to your requirements.
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"We laughed to near exhaustion! The session was such a success that my colleagues who run Cafes in neighbouring boroughs were wondering whether Amy would be able to visit them." Mrs Chia, Dementia Cafe Co-ordinator
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"I liked the variety of instruction to different strategies to try out. Lots of really practical examples of things I can try." Mr F Acquith