Being in the workplace can be taxing on both your body and your mind. The stress of long days can leave us with tension in the shoulders and neck, thoughts and worries that make it difficult to sleep soundly, or just a general feeling of exhaustion. Hours spent sitting at a chair can leave you feeling stiff and sore in the back and hips.
Before becoming a yoga teacher, Erica spent nearly a decade at a high-stress job in the corporate world. She knows firsthand the pains and strains that the workplace can bring, and just how beneficial yoga is at restoring the body and mind.
Yoga can help you:
- Release long-held tension in the shoulders, neck, hips and back
- Improve flexibility
- Regain mental clarity and focus
- Improve your decision-making
- Reduce illness
- Breathe deeply and with ease
- Learn how to relax no matter what the situation
Whether it's in the office or on the golf course, yoga can keep you performing at your best. From quick techniques designed to provide instant relief on the go, to breathwork, postures, and meditation, sessions will be tailored based upon your individual or group's needs.
Private sessions can also incorporate Pranassage, a yoga and bodywork fusion designed to produce deep relaxation. And if you've got that competitive edge for sports, Erica's experience in yoga for athletes can help you take your golf or squash game to the next level.
Private sessions can take place in the studio, your office, or your home. For group sessions, large conference rooms are a great way to bring yoga to the workplace.
To schedule a session, please contact Erica at 415.286.5040 or send a message.
Erica is absolutely the most versatile yoga instructor I've ever met. Somehow she is able to know what I need when I need it. She's able to give me an incredibly challenging session/workout when I want to work hard, but she's also able to adjust the sessions depending on whether I am feeling low energy, have sore muscles, or even an injury.
The most outstanding aspect of her versatility is that she's able to offer Pranassage. At the end of a challenging yoga session or if I'm low energy or have had a hard day-its wonderful, its so therapeutic and feels truly decadent.
- Emily P.