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Why do Corporate Yoga?
Corporate Yoga classes are a great way to improve workplace morale, increase productivity and bring everyone together to do something fun as a group. Yoga can be a welcome break to a busy work day or a relaxing way to de-stress at the end of the day. A Laluna Yoga corporate class will leave you and your co-workers refreshed, re-energized and ready to deal with workplace stress.
Benefits of Corporate Yoga
- Increased productivity
- Reduced staff turnover
- Reduced employee absenteeism
- Higher job satisfaction amongst employees
- More respect for senior management of companies
- More attractive to potential employees seeking employment with your company
- Reduced stress, anxiety & depression
- Increased energy and decreased fatigue
- Improved memory, focus and concentration
- Stronger muscles and increased flexibility
- Improved posture
- Improved overall health
What You Will Need
A quiet, comfortable space large enough to use (boardroom, lunchroom, spare office, A/V room, gymnasium, etc.) Each person will need a yoga mat, comfortable clothing and a water bottle
About Our Classes
Our yoga classes are designed to fit the needs of the individuals in each group. Most of our classes are all-levels and are suitable for almost anyone, even absolute beginners. We recommend practicing yoga at least twice a week, but even once a week will have noticeable results. We are able to offer corporate classes in the following - Yin, Hatha and Hatha Flow.
Rates for 60-Minute Classes (Fewer than 10 Participants)
Single 60-minute classes for fewer than 10 participants can be booked at a rate of $120 per class, however we recommend purchasing an 8-week series. This series can be offered either once or twice per week.
8 weeks x 1/per week = $800 8 weeks x 2/per week = $1500
Please ask us about rates for classes with more than 10 participants.
FACT: For every $1 invested in workplace wellness, a company can expect $3 in cost savings or benefits.
(U. of Michigan Research Centre)
FACT: Employees who report a high degree of stress in their lives miss twice as many work days
as employees who report a low degree of stress.
(Conference Board of Canada)