Need a midday boost at the office? Take a breather and give yourself some feel good time with our Yoga at Work collection! From poses you can do in your chair to short yoga practices you can squeeze into your lunch break we have everything you need to practice yoga in the office. Whether you are feeling stiff or suffering from aches and pains from sitting at the computer you can't go wrong with yoga at work.When you think of exercises that can help you relax, yoga is often the default. This is because yoga is all about remaining calm while maintaining some uncomfortable positions that slowly become more comfortable the longer you practice. Yoga is even a great way to help kids relax, as it can decrease stress and improve attention and behavior, according to a study by Wayne State University. And heck, if yoga can help even children find their calm, then you know that’s powerful stuff! Calming yoga is wonderfully beneficial in clearing the cobwebs from your mind and helping you to find your center. Improve Your Digestion by Christina Robohm
1. Relieve Tension at Work
A simple routine for releasing tension and getting focused anywhere, even at work.
2. Workplace Wellness: Stress Buster
If you're feeling stressed and overwhelmed, join Grokker expert Christina Robohm and take a few minutes just for yourself. This quick practice will guide you through relaxation techniques and small-movement standing poses that'll leave you feeling refreshed in no time.
3. Workplace Wellness: Improve Your Digestion
This quick pre-meal practice is designed to improve digestion and nutrient absorption. Christina recommends taking this class with an empty stomach for best results. Get ready to feel nourished!
4. Workplace Wellness: Boost Your Confidence
Get ready to rock your big meeting or event by showcasing your best self. In just 5 short minutes Christina Robohm will guide you through a stretching sequence to help you find your confidence and shine.
5. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
For those of you suffering from sore wrists or carpal tunnel, Tara shows you a few simple yoga poses to help ease your pain.