The advantages of yoga are so astounding that it is a surprise we can utilise it to achieve world peace or I should say organisational health — or something close to that. Yoga benefits include improved posture, reduced blood pressure, increased lung capacity, greater balance, flexibility, weight loss, enhanced brain function, and a plethora of other outstanding advantages.
Yoga may help you not only enhance your physical and mental health, but it may also help yourself. There are several postures that can assist enhance blood circulation and strengthen muscles while working in your desk/chair too. Chair yoga ( prism philosophy organises such practice in corporates) is a general term for practices that modify yoga poses so they can be done while seated in a chair when in organisation. This make yoga accessible to people who cannot stand, lack the mobility to move easily from standing to seated to supine positions, or want a quick break from office work.
Many of the basic body mechanics of the individual postures remain the same. While seated on chairs, employees can do versions of twists, hip stretches, forward bends, and mild backbends. How chair yoga can help you –
Increased physical sensations: Yoga, when practised on a regular basis, increases your awareness to diverse physical sensations, increased sensitivity ensures that you enjoy physical act.
Boosting energy Levels: Performing yoga on a regular basis boosts your energy levels and helps you sleep better at night, improve your life in corporate by increasing communication.
Flexibility in Body Postures: What do you need to be able to experiment with the many postures you have read /tired/practised about without getting a cramp here or a muscle strain there? Of course, there’s yoga. Yoga better flexibility which would help find more happiness with yourself.
Hence practise Chair yoga with Dr.Anubha Walia and same can be done by anyone who wants to enjoy the benefits of yoga and may (or may not) have mobility limitations. Contact us @919818446562, firstname.lastname@example.org