“Come As You Are” Lunch Time Yoga

Regardless of what other pressures and commitments you might have in your life; these 45-minute mid-day Yoga breaks will help you clear stress and tension, and be able to truly let go and unwind for a better rest of the day!

No need to bring a mat, no need to change into a fancy yoga outfit. Just bring yourself, learn simple postures and breathing techniques that will quickly help you relax, remove any tension and reduce stress. A gentle, quick and easy way to release stress and tension and to get centered with simple Yoga stretches.

Classes can be conducted at your site in your gymnasium or in a conference room. My teaching experience in the corporate environment assures you of a professional, safe and enjoyable experience for your employees.

Prices for the above services are variable depending upon the number of classes contracted, the distance of the site from my office and any additional services that might be requested. Please contact me directly so that I can understand your needs and quote an appropriate price for my services.

There are many specific areas of interest that Shanthi can include in your Corporate Wellness Program such as:

  • Stress Reduction Program
  • Upper Back, Neck and Shoulders
  • Yogic Breathing Techniques for Vitality and Good Health
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Pregnancy
  • Lower Back, Hips
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Medical Qigong

Benefits of a Corporate Wellness Program

“Our research found that employees reporting the highest stress level had nearly $2,000 higher medical costs for the preceding year than those reporting the lowest stress levels. These programs were successfully proven to reduce stress, which can help reduce associated health care costs.” – Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini talks with alignyo about yoga.

“Twenty minutes per day of guided workplace meditation and yoga combined with six weekly group sessions can lower feelings of stress by more than 10 percent and improve sleep quality in  in sedentary office employees, a pilot study suggests.” – Pilot Study designed by Ohio State University – Workplace Yoga and Meditation Can Lower Feelings of Stress