Sue teaches small group classes. Her teaching style allows each student to safely transition from one pose to the next, to modify poses to suit their individual body and to gain the physical benefits from each pose. Most importantly, each class focuses on the breath to stay focused, calm, and encourage mindfulness. Classes are Hatha based and seasonal influences flavour her instruction. The benefits of attending classes on a regular basis are:
- Improved posture
- Developing strength
- Maintaining and enhancing mobility
- Keeping internal organs and systems healthy
- Clarity of mind
Sue is available to provide in-house yoga and meditation sessions at your workplace.
She will provide all the yoga equipment necessary, so all you need is a suitable space.
Classes can be arranged before and after work or at lunch time and are tailored to meet your particular needs. Yoga can also be a great addition to a work conference.
As more and more people discover the benefits of yoga, the 3,000-year-old practice is increasingly finding its way into the workplace - and for good reason. Here are some benefits of yoga in the workplace:
- Reduces back pain
One of the main reasons many people take up yoga is back pain, which is one of the most common workplace complaints for people with desk jobs. A 2012 British study published in the journal Occupational Medicine found that after 8 weeks of regular yoga, participants reported less back pain and lower stress, as well as greater self-assurance, serenity and concentration.
- Increases worker engagement
- Improves flexibility, strength, reaction time and problem solving skills.
- Builds concentration and motivation
- Reduces physical and mental tension and stress
- Contributes to teamwork
Sue is available for private classes either individually or in small groups. Her classes can be tailored to your specific needs and include hatha yoga, restorative yoga, guided medtiation, and yoga nidra.