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Bikram Southside is hitting the road, bringing the phenomenon that is Bikram Yoga to workplaces, sports clubs and other organisations all over Glasgow. We are equipped with mobile heaters and we’re ready to get the whole city sweating!
Among the top causes of short and long term absence from work are stress and back pain, and with reports showing absence to be back up to an average of 7.6 days per employee. The resulting cost of £595 per person on average, is encouraging more and more businesses to value in investing in the health and well-being of their staff.
Research concludes that even a short programme of yoga is effective for enhancing emotional well-being and resilience to stress in the workplace. Increasingly, doctors and chiropractors are recommending yoga for back issues, and injury rehabilitation. Research from the Harvard Medical School has proven that yoga practice helps to treat anxiety and depression and can be as effective as drug treatments and cognitive behavioural therapy.
We have a whole page dedicated to the benefit of yoga for sports performance, particularly for preventing and rehabilitation injuries. Anything good enough for Andy Murray and David Beckham is not to be sniffed at.
Energize your team and get the results you need!
Our pop-ups are charged at a fee of £10 per head, which includes the hire of the mats and towels required for each session. Minimum number requirements apply and places can be booked by telephone or email. For businesses wishing to provide this service for their staff, we can run a pop-up for a flat fee of £200 per session for up to 25 students, with discounts for block bookings. We require a free staff-room, meeting room or gym hall to deliver the class.
For more info please email email@example.com or call 07805924808
1. The effectiveness of yoga for the improvement of well-being and resilience to stress in the workplace
Hartfiel. N, Havenhand. J, Khalsa. SB, Clarke. G, Krayer. A. Scand J Work Environ Health 2011;37(1):70-76
2. Reducing absenteeism in the workplace. Roberts. P, IHC 2009 http://www.ihc.co.uk/articles/3.html