Corporate yoga

Corporate Yoga

Whether you would like to enquire regarding a 4-hour yoga and meditation workshop or a 60-minute class at your place of business, Yoga Byrne (Sue Byrne) is a fully qualified yoga and meditation teacher available to assist you with your request

Prices will vary depending on the depth and length of your request

Please email info@yogabyrne.com.au or contact Sue 0407 281 688

All yoga mats and equipment including handouts for your employee will be provided

 

Yoga workshops or a yoga class is an experience for companies who value their staff members. Is that employer YOU?

 

A workshop or a one off class could enable the students who come along to be taught about tools to cope with stress when it arises by implementing Mindful awareness

Finding the calm within the chaos of the mind
Yoga & Meditation is a mind-body exercise effective for reducing stress, anxiety and depression and improving brain function and mental health.

Yoga may help to Improve Memory and Concentration
Yoga has been shown to produce an overall feeling of well-being in the workplace which increases productivity.

“Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.”

By fostering relaxation, a yoga practice can improve alertness and the ability to react more calmly in demanding situations. It may improve concentration, decision-making skills and the ability to multi-task.

At a physical level it can help to relieve work-related symptoms formed by repetitive motion like sitting at a desk, tension in the head, neck and back strain.

Physical ailments such as carpal tunnel syndrome, high blood pressure and the lymphatic system can also be seen to improve with a yoga and meditation practice.

Insomnia and the quality of sleep can also be improved, therefore increasing focus and energy in the workplace.

Achieving a deeper state of relaxation has a positive impact on the system, other may include and not be limited to:
•       Increased focus and energy in the workplace
•       Decline in stress-related sick occurrences
•       Enhanced attitude & outlook
•       Removes the likelihood of injuries & strains
•       Improves overall physical & mental conditions
•       Improves quality of sleep and insomnia

A Stressed Mind = Stressed Muscles = Negative and Anxious Thoughts
A Calm Mind = Relaxed Muscles = Positive and Uplifting Thoughts

“The specific thoughts you have may differ, but the brain regions involved and the physiological response will be the same.

The physiological stress response means an increase in heart rate, breathing rate, muscle tension, and elevation of cortisol and other stress hormones.”

Yoga is all about taking what we learn on the mat, deep breathing, softening muscles, clearing the mind, enjoying the present moment and bringing it into our daily lives.

Our thoughts and actions actually change the chemical composition of the brain. When we practice deep, slow breathing, relax our muscles, and think positive thoughts, we are actually rewiring the brain.

In addition, the powerful effects of meditation on the brain are often subjects of medical studies and new scientific research is released daily about the practice’s neurological benefits.

Yoga and meditation may help to decrease stress, depression, and anxiety while increasing happiness and the overall quality of life.