Corporate Yoga is being widely adopted and embraced by many progressive businesses around the country. As an employee benefit and preventative health measure, this proven stress reliever is a great, low-cost perk for your employees and could potentially increase overall workplace productivity and wellness.
Through regular yoga classes, your employees will have the opportunity to lower stress levels, improve their health and wellbeing, energize their bodies, and stimulate their minds.
By providing a corporate yoga class that focuses on reducing stress, strengthening and balancing the body, and energizing the mind, your organization can experience the following benefits:
- Decreased healthcare costs
- Reduced absenteeism
- Increased productivity
- Increased employee satisfaction
- Enhanced workplace community
- Improved recruitment and retention of high-achieving employees
The purpose is simple
To transform the tension and fatigue in your the workplace into alertness, stamina and greater productivity. Whatever your occupation, yoga is good for everyone helping employees to obtain better results in the work place and in their life! Participants will leave each class feeling refreshed and restored and better able to deal with the pressures of today’s workplace.
“We host an after-work yoga program at our Johns Creek facility as part of our corporate “Live Healthy” initiative. I could not imagine a better partner in this endeavor than Hope. She is personable and a joy to work with, but she also goes above and beyond what is required of her- not only showing up on time week after week (I don’t even have to stay to make sure she makes it in or worry about her being a no show- a bonus for me as the program coordinator!), but she has worked with us on multiple occassions to develop other wellness outreach events for our associates, and has shared relevant wellness articles for our internal newsletter. The feedback from her students is consistently positive and often glowing. Since finding Hope, I do not need or want to consider other yoga instructors, and I hope I never have to.”