Participants collaborate and connect with partner yoga. Perfect for team building.
Relieves neck & back tension.
Happier moods; boost blood levels of serotonin, dopamine and endorphins – three natural feel-good brain chemicals.
Help fight depression and anxiety disorders by increase amino acid GABA.
Open up creative possibilities and ways to balance work and life.
“University of Illinois Researchers found that following yoga practice the participants were better able to significantly improves working as it improves memory, speed, focus their mental resources, process information quickly and more accurately and also learn, hold and update pieces of information more effectively than after performing an aerobic exercise bout.” telegraph.co.uk
The yoga can be done on the floor or even on chairs if there isn’t a lot of available room.
The group can be as small as 5 people, where each participant can receive a lot of personal attention in adjustments and posture modifications.
Email us (info at aqubalance3 dot com) for more info and we will sent you a poster which will help to make it easier for you to talk to your colleagues and HR department.
“what an AWESOME way to start the week! Thanks so much Adam. This was my first class, and I definitely would recommend this class to anyone- even those who are little shy to try! ” Amandine
“Excellent. Adam makes you feel very good about yourself, no matter what skill level you are at.” Laura McGrath
“Exactly what I had hoped it would be. Nice mix of challenging poses and quiet meditation.” Anna Walsh
Think of this video blog as a mini-trip to satisfy your wanderlust for adventure and experimenting with new strange/exotic foods. Or perhaps it might instead strike you as more of a crash course in yoga, healing and self-love meditation. Either way, you will undoubtedly enjoy this kindness video diary concentration!
Each week video blog Adam Quang will challenge him self to use yoga ancient art (originally designed for bodies that squatted and sat on cushions from 3300 BC – 1700 BC) by redesigning it to adapt to our chair-sitting/ high-heel wearing industrialized lifestyles of today, by deconstructing the mystique of the yoga pose and presenting it in simple movements and terminology.
The goal is to make it accessible to everyone, including people with limited mobility (i.e. problems that are caused by sitting at the computer) and therefore, exercises are structured to reduce pain and discomfort, while focusing on prevention and healing.