Corporate Yoga or Meditation @ Lunchtime

A relaxed mind is a creative mind. (Yogi Bhajan)

We provide corporate yoga or meditation classes in and around Leicester, tailored to meet your needs and available facilities.

Duration: These lunchtime sessions can last anytime between 15 and 90 minutes, or we can offer several short sessions one after the other if that accommodates your company structure better (if e.g. not all staff can take a lunch break at the same time).

You have the choice between 3 options:

  • Normal Kundalini Yoga
    This is the ideal antidote to a day spent at a desk. A typical yoga class will work on making the spine flexible again, stretch out tired and tight muscles, strengthen and tone the entire body, re-energise and revive body and brain, induce relaxation and regain a calm, focused and creative mind.
    For an active yoga class you would require a room that can be (partly or entirely) emptied of desks, tables and chairs, and where students can roll out their mats to practice. Participants would change into comfortable clothes for the session.
  • Chair Yoga
    Does your company not have the space available to organise a yoga class with rolled out mats? No problem. We can still do an active yoga class, but practiced on chairs. This could take place in a boardroom, meeting room or office space. In these classes, we will focus on alleviating the aches and pains of deskbound work, focusing on the spine, shoulders, neck and hamstrings. Stress-reducing breathing exercises are also part of these sessions.
    As participants will still move around, they would be most at ease in a comfortable set of clothes, but the sessions can be done in work clothes as well .
  • Meditation & Breathing for Stress Management
    No need for yoga mats, no need to get changed into different clothes. Simply done in your suit or work clothes, on a chair in a boardroom, meeting room or office space. We will practice mindfulness, specific stress-releasing breathing techniques (called pranayam), work with hand-postures that have different effects on the brain (these are called mudras) and different mental and eye focus points (called dhristi) to activate specific glands in the brain and change the blood chemistry.

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