Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Rise and Shine Yoga: One hour long class before the workday begins.
Your Yoga: One hour long class customized to your workplace and available at any time throughout the day.
Happy Hour Yoga: One hour long class after the workday concludes.
Short and Sweet Yoga: A minimum of a 30-45 minute class squeezed into your day.
Styles of Yoga:
Flow: An energetic practice linking movement with deep breathing. Stretches the major muscle groups through active movement meditation. Develops deep breathing and promotes flexibility.
Partner Play: A fun and less traditional Yoga class geared towards working with another and balance.
Restorative: A restful and rejuvenating practice geared towards slowing down and relaxing into the moment. Relieves deep rooted stress and is calming at it’s very nature.
Yin Yoga: A less active and slow moving practice geared towards stretching out the connective tissue in the body.
Workshops: A customized two-to-three hour session on Stress-Reliving, Mindfulness, Nutrition, Healthy Lifestyle habits, or a wide variety of Wellness topics that suits your specific needs.
Special Areas of Customization for Workshops or Classes:
Eating Disorders, Nutrition, Healthy Cooking, Green Living, Yogic philosophy and breathing, Managing stress, Family Health, and the stresses associated with Food Service, Running, Cycling, and Rock Climbing
Benefits of Yoga in the workplace:
Increases mental alertness
Reduces Stress Levels
Reduces Repetitive Injuries
Promotes Health and overall Well-being
Reduces Blood Pressure
Reduces Illness and absenteeism
Reduces Depression and Insomnia
Establishes Peace of Mind
Increases Satisfaction in Life and Work
There are a variety of ways to fund Destination Yoga see the chart below. Each individual class is priced according to travel, number of students, and the funding option selected by employers. Prices may range from free to 15 per class for participants depending upon conditions.
Employer’s offer class free to employees as part of health benefits package.
Employer and employees share the cost of the Yoga class by each paying a portion.
Employees fund the class independently.
You Commit to Provide:
A quiet room that has a minimum of 21 square feet for each participant.
Keri Rogers (864) 430-1275
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Contact me for details: www.BAYAWellness.com
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