Stress and Yoga’s Benefits

Corporate Wellness & Desk Yoga to Ease Stress & Save Time

Stress-related illness costs the economy £3.7 billion a year and affects an estimated one in five of us each year

Did you know that to be at their most productive, it is actually beneficial for your team to have regular breaks? (Read More)

Work-related illnesses are the primary cause of lost working days. They cause long-term suffering and can be permanent, which is why putting the right prevention schemes in place in the office is crucial. Work-related stress develops when a person is unable to cope with demands placed upon them. It can affect a person’s ability to perform properly at work.

Office work can contribute to stress, depression, anxiety and musculoskeletal disorders which result in reduced efficiency, reduced productivity and an increase in sick leave. Relationships at work are also vital in creating a positive and productive environment.

The four common categories of stress-related symptoms are:

Cognitive – worrying, forgetfulness, negative thoughts, lack of focus.

Emotional – feeling irritable, angry, short-tempered, powerless, lonely, unhappy, depressed

Physical – aches, pains, muscle tension, nausea, chest pain, frequent illness

Behavioural – eating more/ eating less than usual, sleeping too much/ sleeping too little, isolating oneself, ignoring responsibilities.

Here are 23 reasons why our 23:23 yoga desk workout is a winning combination for your office:

  1. Efficiency will be maximised
  2. The Opportunity for more growth and wealth will be created
  3. Productivity will be increased
  4. The staff team will feel happier, healthier and more motivated
  5. There will be a lower staff turnover, reduced sick leave, and better job security
  6. Reduction of back pain and muscular tension in staff
  7. Improved posture in staff
  8. Aided recovery
  9. Improved mental focus
  10. Reduction in migraines
  11. Clearing of toxins
  12. Reduction in asthma related problems
  13. Lower stress levels
  14. Easing the nervous system
  15. Improved mood
  16. Improved circulation
  17. Enhanced concentration
  18. Boosts in energy levels
  19. Reduced insomnia
  20. Balanced emotions
  21. Improved relationships
  22. Lowered risk of repetitive strain injury
  23. Reduction in stiffness

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