What is it?
- 60-minute classes that are ideal for lunch hour or the mid-afternoon slump
- Combination of physical postures, breathing techniques and meditation
- No previous yoga experience is required
Why offer Yoga on-site?
Corporate culture has become mentally and physically overwhelming on employees. Long hours, frequent travel and heavy computer work leave teams drained of energy and mental capacity. Without a way to relieve daily stress, productivity tanks and tensions run high.
Bringing yoga on-site offers employees an opportunity to regulate their nervous systems so they can return to their desks, mentally refreshed to do great work. They learn to reconnect with their priorities, to breathe, slow down, and get focused. Employees in the corporate world need this pause more than ever when their work does not end at 5 pm.
- Creative awakening
- Stress reduction
- Client-facing zen & confidence
- Focus & grounding
- Relief from sedentary aches & pains
- Minimum 1 month commitment
- Flat rate per 60 minute session
- Travel fee may apply
- Rates start at $75-$100 an hour
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Terri is a 200-hr certified yoga teacher, who trained at Sukha Yoga in Austin. She has practiced yoga for over 10 years, and her classes meld the rigor of traditional Ashtanga with a gentler flowing style that emphasizes breath and moving meditation.
Prior to teaching, she spent 12 years as an account planner in advertising. She has spent her share of long hours in meetings, at airports, on conference calls, presenting to clients and internally, navigating big egos, and diving in research data. As a mother of two, she recognizes the unique balance of working, parenthood and frequent business travel. These experiences strongly influence the classes she offers her students.
India has been teaching yoga for 5 years and is registered through Yoga Alliance. She has taught yoga all over the world, including, Cambodia, Vietnam, Australia, and Texas. Her travels have inspired her love of yoga and different cultures.
Her classes range from challenging vinyasa to restorative and yin – always with an awareness of breath, movement and intention. She studied theater at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, and her personality and charisma shine brightly in her classes.