This session is designed for individuals looking to incorporate some physical activity into their workday. The class will guide participants through various yoga poses that can be performed right at their desk, providing a convenient and effective way to reduce tension, improve posture, and increase circulation.
Suitable for all levels, from those new to yoga to experienced practitioners, the class will provide simple yet effective poses that can be easily incorporated into one’s daily routine.
- Introduction to yoga poses: Participants will be introduced to various yoga poses that can be performed while sitting at a desk, and the benefits of each pose.
- Warm-up exercises: Participants will be led through a series of warm-up exercises designed to loosen up the body and prepare it for the yoga session.
- Desk yoga poses: The main part of the class will be dedicated to practicing yoga poses that can be performed while sitting at a desk. These poses will focus on stretching and strengthening the neck, shoulders, back, and legs.
- Breathing techniques: Participants will learn various breathing techniques that can be used to reduce stress and improve focus during the workday.
- Cool-down exercises: The class will conclude with a series of cool-down exercises to help participants transition back to their work and relieve any residual tension.
Throughout the class, participants will be guided through each pose and technique by a qualified instructor, ensuring that they are performing the exercises correctly and safely.
By the end of this session, participants will have gained a deeper understanding of the benefits of incorporating yoga into their workday. They will have practiced various yoga poses and breathing techniques that can be performed while sitting at a desk, and will have experienced the physical and mental benefits of these exercises.
Physical Health Disclaimer:
Participants should consult a physician before starting any fitness program, especially if they have any pre-existing medical conditions. Physical activity, including virtual and onsite fitness classes, carries an inherent risk of injury.