Recently, my office yoga company arranged far in advance to teach a yoga class at a tech company in New York City. A rapid expansion of the company made the office manager nervous about the concept of office yoga. They had recently tripled their staff, and were working out of three different spaces. In her mind, there was no way she could bring yoga into the busy office, and she cancelled the class.
For many office managers, especially those working in the tech industry where companies experience rapid growth, the prospect of bringing in yoga or meditation in the office can seem daunting. How can everyone have an opportunity to practice the yoga or meditation? What can we do if our space is bec...
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