There is a greater degree of stress in the workplace,
which can carry over to your home life.
Yoga is a simple relaxation tool for all experience levels;
regular practice creates excellent
physical and mental health.
Whether you are on your feet or
staring at a computer all day,
Yoga In Your Workplace will teach you
simple ways to:
- Heal Back Pain
- Boost Energy & Efficiency
- Curb Cravings
- Stay Healthy
5 Wellness Tips for Your Workday
Long Commute, Crowded Bus?
Travel and movement can be stressful and unsettling;
make the experience as calming as possible for a great day and evening at home.
Tip: Make a Hang Drum playlist and brew Holy Basil or Lavender & Fennel tea
Overwhelmed, Pulled in too many directions?
When everything around you feels out of control,
learn to control your breath for greater nourishment and relaxation.
Tip: Close your eyes and notice your breath
Count the seconds of your inhale and exhale
Practice lengthening your exhale to twice and much as your inhale
Looking at a computer all day can weaken your eye muscles and lead to headaches.
Tip: Hold your gaze forward while turning your head
side to side, up and down
Alignment practices to re-establish the balancing curves of your spine will
get every part of your body working together again
Tip: Stand in Tadasana, Mountain Pose,
while on your hands-free phone calls
Tip: If you are on your feet all day, try Virasana with props
Tip: Seated or Standing, Viprita Karini is fantastic for the end of your day.
Bend your knees so that your low back gently curves up off the floor
or place a blanket/pillow under your low back.
A tip for the days when the fog will not lift; ignight your own fire:
Light non-scented candles to brighten your space.
Staring into a flame makes for great focus meditation too!
Click here for a candle video
"I can honestly say that I’ve experienced several yoga instructors, but none quite as knowledgeable as Christina Robohm. Never has anyone explained breathing with such specific physical details. As someone who’s always struggled with getting my body to do what my mind is trying to tell it, Christina's explanations are very helpful. I find myself making a concerted effort to correct my posture at my desk during the day by reminding myself of Christina's words on a post-it."