- What is my body type? (Not losing weight despite doing everything, tired even after a vacation, not liking what you do….) Sounds familiar?
Ayurveda and yogic sciences have a definite way of identifying a human body, which is very different from the way western science looks at it. In a nutshell it understands our body constitution and the things which help our body type and which do not.
Maybe running helps lose weight for few, but not you
Trekking might be the best vacation that you chose
Your body needs heavy food but you were eating salads
Are the people in your team given the right roles? Roles which they enjoy and not regret
A fun, interactive and team building workshop for all in your organization. Understand your body and mind and how to make the right choices in life. Be it career, food, vacation, relationships or lifestyle choices. We are a1000yoga and there is one for you…
- Power breaks (Don’t have the time for exercise, I have deadlines at office and kids at home…) Sounds familiar?
We all want to be fit and at our best all the time. To perform we need a healthy body and a relaxed mind and hence we need a practice to give us this equilibrium. Unfortunately we do not have much time left after the long travel and deadlines of work.
Power breaks is a tool to empower the employees to practice whenever and wherever they want. Be it their desk, car, home or cafeteria, utilizing the time on their hands.
This workshop is for the entire company and anybody can learn this tool to keep themselves fit and running all through the day.
- Power Nap (Don’t fell like getting up in the morning, sleep is becoming a problem, don’t remember most of the stuff….) Sounds familiar?
A deep relaxation technique for rebooting your mind and clearing your cache. The yogic way of calming down the incessant noise of the mind. Making use of the mind in the right way and not getting lost in the non-stop thought process.
A great way to relax and recharge yourself. A workshop for all the employees which can be done seated at workstation or on the mat.
- Yoga for runners
Fitness (strong heart, improved circulation & strong muscles) and
Stress relieving activity
Enduring the extreme, mental and physical
Higher energy and self-confidence
Running is a repetitive activity which can cause excessive tightness in the leg
muscles making the body unstable and unbalanced. To compensate for this
instability, the body puts undue pressure on muscles, joints and bones of the
legs and back. Many runners face common problems such as sore knees, tight
hamstrings and lower back pain.
How yoga can enhance running?
- Improves strength, stamina, endurance and flexibility
- Improves muscle and joint alignment for better stability
- Yoga asanas stretch muscles pre-run to avoid risk of injury
- Yoga asanas post-run keeps muscles long & loose preventing soreness
- Specific asanas will work on hips & hamstrings, common tight areas in
- Pranayama improves respiration, lung capacity
- Helps control emotions on the run
- Improves mindfulness; being in the moment is key to running
- Increased body and breath awareness
- Restores and rejuvenates post long runs
4 week practice lead up to a marathon.
Frequency: 2 classes a week
- 1 classes classical Hatha: Long holds with intense stretching.
Work on endurance, flexibility, mental strength and focus
- 1 class Power/Vinyasa: Intense practice to improve strength &
- 1 class Pranayama & Meditation: Pranayama will improve
respiratory system, build breath awareness. Meditative practices
increase mindfulness, instill tranquility, improve focus.
- Conference yoga (Stressed over a presentation, nervous about a call, worked up about a client call…) Sounds familiar?
A Workshop on mindfulness and techniques to calm your mind. Yogic breathing practices to relieve stress within few minutes. A one day workshop on how to prepare yourself before any pressure event. The right practices to enhance mood, boost confidence and bring you at your best performance.
These practices slow down anxiety, hyper tension, panic, depression and generates a responsive mechanism in place of a reactive one. Breathing techniques improves creative thinking and rational approach to problems at work place.