Saturday, December 22, 2007

Yoga at Work


Join me for my new series of Yoga at Work. Learn to do a brief yoga practice as you sit in meetings or at your desk. I developed these podcasts to share my own Yoga at Work practice with you.

For the first podcast, I will lead you through a hip stretching "meetingasana" that you can do anytime and others will not even know you are practicing yoga during your meeting!

Meetingasana: Hip Stretch

6 comments:

Marya said...

Love it Beth! Great blog!
I forget about that hip stretch but would be good for me even when I'm not in meetings (or parties!)

Yoga Mama said...

I'm also a corporate yogini and love the concept of your blog. I'm going to try out your podcast tomorrow at work. Thank you!

tiajones said...

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Joselyn said...

Hi Beth,
Thanks so much for your blog! I'm Joselyn from the non-profit EarthTones. I'm also writing to let you know about a fabulous musical compilation album, "Yoga Revolution", featuring Krishna Das alongside Sting, and many musical icons. The CD was released yesterday, but the real story is that all proceeds benefit the Yoga Health Foundation's fitness programming for underserved youth. If you'd like more information, or would like to feature this project, please go to http://earthtones.org/category/blog. Thanks so much and look forward to speaking with you soon! I'm at joselyn@earthtones.org.
Blessings,
Joselyn

Colin said...

I wish more companies would do this. I have started a lunchtime yoga class cause I know if I don't then am just going to get more hunched up over my computer :(

My yoga teacher did give me some chair yoga to do, but I wasn't too keen on taking a yoga block to work and sitting in meetings with it between my legs...I get enough weird looks when I have my yoga mat with me.

Thanks for a great blog though,

Colin
http://iheartmyyogi.com