Good question. We teach what can really be best described as ‘corporate yoga’. I.e. people will get challenged, but the pace isn’t too fast as it’s silly to expect folks to come straight out of work mode & meetings and into a very fast moving yoga class where the risk of injury exists. We sometimes call [...]
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Would YOU do squat for $1000? The third annual mm…Yoga! retreat is coming up in Bali in November and one lucky person can win $1000 towards it. This is how: the person, in Melbourne or elsewhere, who squats the longest with good form, wins the $1000. Easy right? Well, not that hard, anyway, given it’s [...]
Do you read the 3000 Docklands magazine? It’s pretty cool, especially given it’s free. And we are in it this month! This sequence quite literally takes five minutes and if you do it every day it will change your life. Okay, maybe not your whole life, but you’ll feel way less achy, your muscles will [...]
This post was originally published as a guest post on the kind over matter blog on Tuesday 19 March 2013. The last time I wrote about Kindness in Business, I was writing about how better boundaries mean better business. It’s even easier to observe good boundaries when you know where they are. One of the best ways [...]
The good people of realestate.com.au have been loyal mm…Yogis for some time now. We provide yoga as part of their corporate health & wellness strategy, and this year, they amped things up a notch. They got mm…Yoga! in to teach a meditation class at the HR Team’s annual strategy session, and a morning yoga, breathing [...]
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Nadine started up a corporate yoga program at my organisation which has been running successfully since 2008. She is super organised, professional and great to deal with. Nadine has also conducted corporate wellness lunch time seminars which were very popular with our staff. Thus, Nadine’s contribution to our firm-wide health & well-being program has been substantial and beneficial.Joanne Haddock Human Resources Manager at Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick