Yoga Means Business

“‘(O)ur business model of sending yoga teachers into companies and using whatever office space they have available. We have yet to find an office we cannot hold a class in.’

While the women had to completely revolutionize their thinking, they still have a very traditional belief in yoga’s power. ‘Although we’re providing a new method, we stay deeply rooted in the teachings…In each session, our clients learn pranayama (breath control to steady the mind), asana (physical postures to increase flexibility and reduce tension/tightness), and dharana (a form of meditation to cultivate single-pointed focus).'”

http://www.fastcompany.com/3031801/innovation-agents/office-yoga-does-not-have-to-be-awkward

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