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With more of us taking our yoga classes into our living spaces, you might have asked yourself, how can I bring the experience of practising in a studio into my home? The following are some tips to achieve just that.

The Power of Ritual
It might sound trivial, but even the smallest of gestures can imbue your practice with greater meaning and intention. …

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The shift to working from home has brought about many welcome changes for office workers, including zero commute times and home-cooked lunches, but has not been without its challenges. A great number of businesses now are exploring ways of re-engaging their teams while they work from home, and virtual yoga classes are a popular one for a reason. With so many options out there, the process of implementing them can feel rather daunting, but it needn’t be. The steps we outline below will demystify the process and ensure you leave nothing out.

Step One — Gauge Internal Interest
Is there any appetite for wellbeing classes at your company? Ask for a show of (virtual!) hands in an all-staff meeting, or float the idea in a newsletter to get a general idea. You could collect your responses via SurveyMonkey or Google Forms, for example. Has anything similar been offered at your company previously, and how was it received? These are all great questions to ask before you start your research and will help you in the next…


Anouska Shenn

In 2017 Anouska founded The Office Yoga Company (, one of the UK’s leading corporate yoga agencies, teaching to companies worldwide.

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