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Yoga at Work

Offer your employees 15-minute, 30-minute, or hour-long live yoga classes with an experienced yoga instructor or access a library of recorded content that your employees can use at their leisure.


Take advantage of longer, comprehensive yoga practices for holistic fitness, balance, mental and emotional wellbeing, as well as shorter, targeted practices created to relieve and prevent back and neck pain, carpal tunnel, and more.  

Live yoga is presently provided virtually.  As the landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic changes, in person instruction may be possible.  Let Christine know if this is your eventual desire.

Benefits of Yoga at Work

For the Employer:

  • Increased productivity

  • Reduced employee absenteeism and staff turnover

  • Higher job satisfaction and employee perspective on quality of work environment

  • Attractive to potential employees


For Employees:

  • Reduced stress, anxiety, and depression

  • Improved memory, focus, and creativity

  • Fewer aches and pains engaging in routine work activities

  • Increased energy

  • Improved overall health and reduced risk for illness and injury

  • Increased sense of camaraderie among employees


For more information, a pricing sheet, and to coordinate the Yoga at Work program that is perfect for your company, including discounted corporate memberships for your employees to practice with Yoga Oggi on their own time, contact us using the chat box on the bottom right hand corner of this screen, complete this form, or reach out directly by phone (802) 391-9731 or email

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"Investing in the health and wellbeing of our employees is good for our business and good for our bottom line.  Since we implemented a wellness program 5 years ago, our workplace injuries and workers compensation claims have disappeared.  Mandatory group stretching, healthy food and mindful meditation practices are just a few things that have all helped us build a stronger business.”

-Jen Kimmich, Owner, The Alchemist Brewery

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