YOGA AT HOME
Yoga once a week doesn’t seem worth the time.
Won’t it be weird to do yoga in my living room?
Isn’t private training only for fancy-pants people and celebrities?
Having instruction in your home allows you to find a time that is convenient, whether that is 10:30 in the morning or 7:15 at night. Many people are intimidated by the huge classes at their gym or studio; a more personal approach may give you the foundation and the confidence to take group classes or simply enable you to build your home practice. The cost is $60/hour. If you don’t have room at your home, arrangements can be made to rent studio space; a room rental charge will apply.
AT THE OFFICE
We don’t have a gym. It’s an office.
Office yoga sounds dumb. What’s the point?
Yoga at work? Won’t I get in trouble?
Am I going to look like an idiot in front of my coworkers?
Will I get all sweaty?
Yoga in the workplace leads to happier, healthier, and more productive employees. It can be done in a conference room, a large office or even a reception area. Times vary, but usually before work or during lunch works best. Building a little heat is part of a yoga practice, but it is not going to lead to immense amounts of perspiration. As for how you’ll look: your coworkers will be focusing on their own downward facing dogs and not on you. All levels welcome.
Remember: There isn’t a work/life balance if it is all work. Even at work.
READY TO START A HOME OR OFFICE PRACTICE?
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