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Downward Dog

Office Yoga® Downward Dog Not all Office Yoga® sites have the time or space to get on and off the floor. So how do you accommodate a group of people with these particular limitations and still receive the benefits of…

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Forward Fold

Monday morning calls for uttanasana. This pose lengthens the back body, particularly the hamstrings. In Office Yoga® we keep the knees bent so there’s little pulling in the low spine. The pose allows you to turn in and calm the…

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Why do we Vinyasa?

Why do we Vinyasa? Written by Kelly Ann Basin In Sanskrit, Vinyasa means to place in a special way. The Western definition is the movement between poses in yoga, accompanied by breath in order to form a flowing sequence. It…

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Figure 4

OFFICE YOGA FIGURE 4 All of our poses and sequences have been verified and approved by licensed Physical Therapist from Renew Physical Therapy and MD from Columbia University.  The Office Yoga® Figure 4 is a non traditional pose that we…

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How To Do Warrior 3

How to Do Warrior 3 In Office Yoga®, we use a variety of balance poses to help employees stay focused and grounded. There are many physical and mental benefits to balance poses such as Tree Pose (vrksasna), Dancer Pose (natarajasana)…

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YOG-A-WISH

Join Office Yoga® at the Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area Young Professional Advisory Council SV at the San Jose Earthquakes home field, Avaya Stadium, on Saturday, June 10th from 10:00 am-1:00 pm for the first annual YOG-A-WISH fundraiser! Office Yoga® attendees will enjoy yoga classes taught by certified Bay Area instructors, as well…

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No Props? No Problem!

No Props? No Problem! One of my favorite things about teaching Office Yoga® is the ability to be resourceful in utilizing space and props. Office Yoga® is unchartered territory which leaves plenty of room for creativity. Props can be extremely…

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