Most of your workforce will be working from home or furloughed. How are they doing? We don’t have to sell you the benefits of yoga, calming practices and of meditation. But have you thought of making virtual yoga part of the lock-down routine? It’s effective support for those people who you have invested in, and who have invested in your organisation?
Why introduce virtual yoga?
When the future opens up and the UK’s plans to unlock become a little clearer you will feel confident that your employees will be returning with better physical and mental health. Unless individuals are very motivated, it is difficult for them to keep up their exercise and stress reducing practices during this very artificial period of social distancing and lockdown. It is all too easy to let the constant news updates stress you. People may be juggling child care or home schooling whilst working. As well as the availability of the biscuit tin, which can become a constant temptation!
We have always helped organisations support the well-being of their staff. Investing for the future, by offering regular virtual yoga sessions, is a welcome addition to that. Participants can include their children to introduce a welcome and healthy break to the day.
A way to connect with distant colleagues
Attending a virtual yoga class is a way of connecting with other work colleagues, but less formally than on a work call. Wouldn’t it be great if you could add this treat to their day or their week? Something special for them as part of their lock-down-routine. Allowing them to be together to boost morale. Seeing each other, saying ‘Hi’ as a group or team, but in the safety of their own home, learning yoga, meditation, or different tension reduction calming practices.
Tailor made to support well-being within your organisation
We offer tailored classes for your organisation at times to suit your employees. Lunchtime or early morning sessions, or perhaps everyone could have an extended coffee break for some breathing exercises? Give people an opportunity to escape for an hour and destress.
Your people are your biggest asset. Look after them during Covid-19 lockdown.
For more details of how you can introduce virtual yoga, get in touch discuss your organisational needs. Susie Dennis and her team can design the right virtual yoga, calming practices or meditation solution to suit your organisation.
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