|FINDING||WHAT THAT MEANS FOR YOU & YOUR EMPLOYEES|
|1. “Work is one of the ultimate methods of self-expression, which makes teaching yoga in the workplace a great way to help unlock the potential of people from many different walks of life.”(SOURCE: http://www.jobmonkey.com/yoga/corporate/)||Through offering your yoga sessions for your employees, you help unlock more of their potential, which means better performance.|
|2. “A study by Towers Watson Wyatt and the National Business Group on Health shows that organizations with highly effective wellness programs report significantly lower voluntary attrition than do those whose programs have low effectiveness (9% vs. 15%).” (SOURCE: http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/worksite-wellness/wellness-program)||A healthy and thriving wellness program will keep employees happy, and happy employees are more likely to stay and invest in a company.|
|3. “ The National Business Group on Health also found that there is now a trend towards enhancing onsite programs aimed at stress management and holistic wellness. Since almost about 50% of corporate healthcare costs are said to be lifestyle related and therefore, potentially preventable, organizations not only want to spend on cure but also invest on prevention and good health.” (SOURCE: http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/worksite-wellness/wellness-program)||Yoga is a preventative measure that focuses on lifestyle changes that promote one’s health + wellness.
|4. “Regular practitioners of Yoga would stress that its many benefits include emotional wellness, improved strength, flexibility, balance and postural alignment, amongst others. In the boardrooms of companies, Yoga adds dimensions such as stress reduction, energy-enhancement, enhanced creativity and focus and healing for employees and convenience and increased productivity for the employer.” (SOURCE: http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/worksite-wellness/wellness-program)||Yoga is a win-win for the employees and employers looking for means to tackle the work-life balance conundrum.
|5. “Yoga in general is geared for people of all levels and age groups and can be tailored to address the needs of people with completely different fitness levels.” (SOURCE: http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/worksite-wellness/wellness-program)||Yoga is an all-inclusive activity that can be tailored to meet the unique goals and needs of the individuals present.|
|6. “With over 20 million active yoga practitioners, and another 42.1 million aspiring [sic] yogis” that would love to try it; yoga is a full-blown cultural phenomenon! 40% of aspiring [sic] yogis are under the age of 34, giving the explosion of growth plenty of room to run.” (Source: http://media.yogajournal.com/wp-content/uploads/YJ_MKP2015.pdf)||Yoga may be something many of your employees are already doing or would love to try. Thus, as a team building activity, yoga may be something that would draw interest and excitement, which in many cases is half the battle.|
|7. “Affordable programs like yoga promote well-being in the workplace and provide tools for employees to combat stress. Initial costs of such a program are offset as they are found to statistically reduce employee turnover, promote employee alertness, increase productivity, and improve overall health.” (SOURCE: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/melissa-nordin/face-of-corporate-yoga_b_1914795.html)||The Bottom Line: The benefits of yoga to you and your employees far outweigh the costs.|
|8. However, “the creation of a yoga program, if you want it to be successful, requires serious commitment.” (Ibid)||However, to see such benefits, one must commit to the process.|
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