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Yoga at Desk/Office Yoga

Yoga at Desk/Office Yoga

Office Yoga - The best investment to your workday


By improving your blood circulation, you get refreshed mentally and your concentration will improve for the rest of the day. Forget coffee, the solution is a combination of movement and conscious breathing.


Prevent the development of bad posture. Your neck, back, lower-back, digestion, breathing, blood circulation and vital internal organs are guaranteed to thank you.


With colleagues* or individually, in the office or at home office, on a chair or on a yoga mat, before, after, or during working hours. Tailored to your needs. *Since online anyone can join the class from anywhere, you can do yoga and relax with friends from another office / city / country.


The deep, steady breathing that characterises yoga stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system *, which helps you relax and get out of the “fight or flight” state caused by stress.


Yoga is a form of movement that stretches the spinal erector muscles, the ones that shorten during long hours of sitting. Besides the large muscle groups, it also works out the smaller, auxiliary muscles, so it’s a diverse physical challenge for the muscular and nervous system and also for the joints.


Keeping your busy calendar in mind, office yoga can do wonders in as little as 30 minutes. You don't have to travel, hunt parking space, dressing and showering are optional, as you can even practice in business casual outfit.

Risks of Sedentary Work

If you’re familiar with tension around your neck and shoulders at the end of a long day at work, numbness in your legs, headaches, fatigue, poor mood, or even chronic back and lower-back pain, probably you should look for its causes around sedentary work and poor posture.

Sedentary work is not only dangerous for the locomotor system but also has a detrimental effect on the internal organs. The human body hasn’t been designed for this, it’s already obvious from the fact that sitting puts 40 percent more strain on the spine than standing. The purpose of office yoga is specifically to neutralize the negative effects of sedentary work.

Sitting puts more strain on the spine than standing, and improper sitting puts almost twice (180 percent) as much load on the cartilage discs as standing does. Sedentary work is not only dangerous for the locomotor system but also for the internal organs. In addition to painful ailments of the spine, a sedentary lifestyle can also increase the risk factors for stroke, heart attack, heart enlargement, and kidney disease.

"The time to relax is when you don't have time for it." Sydney J. Harris

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Offset the harmful effects of sedentary lifestyle with targeted yoga practice

Regular exercise, in general, can counteract the harmful effects of sedentary work. However, it is important not to choose a type of movement that works out the body unilaterally (such as running or cycling) in addition to the “eight-hour chair marathon” as these typically shorten the same muscles as the long hours of sitting. 

Yoga poses (asanas) stretch the spine and move it in all directions, for example bending forward and backward or twisting the spine. The latter is especially effective in making the spine more flexible and stronger. In general, yoga poses strengthen the deep back muscles, which play an important role in proper posture. 

In addition, yoga provides mental refreshment through the attention (mindfulness) needed to perform the poses correctly and through the conscious breathing. Its effectiveness for stress management is widely recognized. Spinal twists stretch and relax the intercostal muscles, and the plenty of stretching in a class also contributes to an improved breathing capacity. In addition, the meditation and breathing exercises you can learn during the yoga classes are unbeatable tools for achieving mental health and inner harmony.

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