Find Your Best Work Mojo With Onsite Corporate Yoga Classes
Did you know that the type of breath you use, correlates with a particular state of mind. A rapid, shallow, irregular, noisy breath equals an angry, afraid or upset state of mind. While a calm, slow, deep, regular breath corresponds with a tranquil, creative and positive mental state. In our corporate yoga onsite classes, we provide all the breathing and stretching tips you will ever need. Our all level yoga classes, whether beginner or advanced, with Clayton Yoga corporate classes are geared for everyone! We often convert empty office space or conference rooms into yoga classes in no time. After each class, employees report feeling more relaxed, energized and confident. While students experience a great deal of work, showers are not necessary.
Fritz Perls, founder of Gestalt therapy, describes “anxiety as simply the experience of breathing difficulty”. We can then, unblock negativity and fear, find creativity, joy and excitement again simply through the practice of deep breathing. Our corporate yoga program now boasting over 13 weekly corporate classes weekly in St. Louis teaches, empowers and shows simple breathing tips to company employees. An increase vitality, energy and productivity results from learning how to breath through work challenges and life stressors.
After spending two decades as a traveling physician searching for potent herbs and other forms of traditional and modern medicine, Dr. Andrew Weil finds that the single most potent and practical tool is our breath.
Proper breathing is the KEY to Great Health Proper breathing cures common conditions and more serious diseases.
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Stress is widely agreed by doctors everywhere to be a the primary or aggravating cause of illness. In Africa, 95% of all doctorʼs visits are peptic ulcers, neck and back pain and headaches which suggest that even in third world countries, lack of proper breathing is also the main cause and source of problems.
Working with the breath changes consciousness.
♥Provides tools and ability to center our mind.
♥We can turn our direction away from the material to the non-material.
♥Working with the breath, we have the chance to change physiology.
A good indication that patients had this imbalance, he would find cold hands. Too much sympathetic means that our system is hardwired for “the fight or flight” response too much of the time.
Some other very serious indications of an over active sympathetic nervous system include:
■high blood pressure
■increase blood flow to the skin and surface of the body
■body responding to constant threat that never goes away
■drugs suppresses tendency of the body to rebound
Based on expansion and contraction, the stars and the body simultaneously breath. Breath is a concentrated, still essence of being. We are not trying to change the breath, simply observe the breath. Eventually, Dr. Andrew Weil believes you may reach enlightenment.
If you are interested in feeling positive mojo in the workplace again, please contact us! We can be reaching Monday to Friday from 8am-6pm, at 314-630-1677. Namaste.