Yoga for Working Yogis-The Corporate Yoga

Yoga for Working Yogis-The Corporate Yoga-Karma Yoga


Alleviates Physical Ailments

If you’re suffering from aches, pains or even more serious physical problems, this will affect your productivity. No matter what kind of job you have, if you are constantly thinking about and dealing with ailments and pain, the last thing your mind will be on is work.(put full stop instead of coma here) Yoga can help relieve you from regular headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, neck strain, shoulder stiffness, arthritis, etc.

Relieves Stress

Apart from physical pain and illness, the other major factor affecting employee health and work productivity is mental and emotional stress. People say stress is the reason for 90 percent of their doctor visits. But it’s not just stress that sends people looking for help, it’s also the other health ailments, right from cold, allergies and headaches to diabetes, cancer and heart disease, that arise from stress

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Benefits of Therapeutic Approach of YOGA

Increases Positivity/Morale

If you physically, mentally and emotionally feel well, your morale will be high. If you are focused and energetic, your positivity will be strong. If your creativity is unleashed, your self-confidence will soar. And all of this will make you a better employee—in your job responsibilities, your dealings with clients and your interactions with fellow employees.

Improves Concentration & Focus

Stressful deadlines, endless meetings and the general cacophony of a workplace create mental clutter that prevents you from concentrating on tasks and making good decisions. Yoga’s meditation and breathing exercises help to silence the noise and clear the clutter, letting you be more mindful, alert and focused.

Increases Energy/Reduces Fatigue

One study showed that sitting for 5+ hours is a productivity killer and has the same health effect as smoking a pack of cigarettes! Working nonstop also creates stress. Incorporating simple yoga practice increases energy and is a great way to avoid fatigue.

Helps with Creativity

As yoga helps you better concentrate and focus, it also opens the mind so the creative juices and energy can flow. You can’t think outside of the box when your is confined within the box.