Corporate Yoga

“I came to corporate yoga as an unlikely participant, with no prior experience, not much strength or flexibility, and mild skepticism about the spiritual aspects of yoga.  Adelaide has made me a convert.”

- Barry T., Ballentine Partners

Lack of movement can decrease office productivity, increase fatigue, and lead to general grumpiness. This is where corporate yoga is awesome.

What are the benefits of providing workplace yoga for your employees?

  • Maximize productivity by easing discomfort
  • Minimize workplace stress, boredom (and mutiny?!)
  • Increase work time by brining classes directly to employees
  • Increase employee engagement outside of the traditional work environment
  • FUN - the more you like being at work, the better you do your job
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The entire physical practice of yoga was designed to allow the body to sit more comfortably. Whether sitting in meditation or sitting in a meeting, a comfortable body allows for increased function and creativity. The mind and body are not just connected - they are one and the same. By attending to your body, you attend to your mind.

We know that sitting at a desk all day (like right now…) or traveling for work takes a toll on the physical body. We work busy schedules and finding time to attend to our bodies can fall to the bottom of the priority list.

How to make yoga classes a reality at your company?

Three simple steps:

  • 1 Reach out using my contact form - please include the size and location of your company, as well as what services you're looking for (weekly or bi-weekly classes, team building, retreats, etc.)
  • 2 I'll get back to you with a few potential time slots.
  • 3 Poll your employees to select the optimal time slot. Heck yeah!
Corporate Yoga
Corporate Yoga Teacher Adelaide Gross
Corporate Yoga Classes

NOTE:

Statistically, yoga classes are racially, socio-economically, geographically, and culturally exclusive. My ethical convictions (and the yogic teachings) fuel my commitment to equity and inclusion. I welcome suggestions and constructive criticism on how to make our community warmer and friendlier. Thank you for joining me in this essential, transformative practice.