We support you in bring well-being and stress relief to your team
Are you and your employees looking for ways to enhance wellness, bring balance to the day, manage stress, and just feel better overall? If you are like most of us, that is exactly what you are looking for, and yet you simply can’t find the time to do it.
Our on-site classes bring Yoga, Yoga Nidra, and Meditation sessions right to your workplace without the added stress of additional commute time. These sessions foster ease in the body and mind, which in turn enhances personal and professional well-being in all areas, including productivity and creativity.
What our clients have to say
Participants in our classes report that they feel better even after the very first class. They feel calm and are able to handle stress better. They get relief from aches and pains and see gains in both strength flexibility. Many talk about improved focus following a class. They look forward to the class and build ties with other participants, fostering great relationships at work.
“I did a yoga session with Melanie, I was extremely tight and was limping due to ongoing gluteus max pains… At the end of the session, I was still in pain but more relaxed. She asked me how I felt, I told her; right then and there she said to stay for 5 minutes, she proceeded in giving me a 5-minute Thai massage (never experienced this before), and when she was done I felt relief (which has NEVER happened after hour-long regular massages). Had to rave about this because my outlook on massages changed drastically.” Eric Carter – Here’s the Scoop
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Where will we practice
If you have a large conference room that is ideal, however, you can practice anywhere that you can create space for the group. This may be your break-room, a large office or entryway, a company gym, or cafeteria, even outside on a nice day.
Employees can bring their mats to create their personal space during class. Be sure that outside noise can be kept to a minimum. Depending on the size of the class, you may want to offer several smaller classes if space is limited.