• We have come a long way from the days when corporate wellness programs were viewed as good-to-have rather than as a need-to-have. Indeed, employee wellness has become a strategic imperative for most organizations across the globe and not without reason. An increasing number of studies point to evidence that the returns on wellness programs go way beyond healthy and happy employees.


    A study by Towers Watson Wyatt and the National Business Group on Health shows that organizations with highly effective wellness programs report significantly lower voluntary attrition than do those whose programs have low effectiveness (9% vs. 15%). On the other hand, an internal assessment by Johnson & Johnson found that the return on their wellness programs have been $2.71 for every dollar spent, resulting in cumulative savings of $250 million on health care costs for the company over the past decade.

  • Thus, the question no longer is ‘why employee wellness’ but ‘how?’


    As workplace wellness gradually becomes the norm, offering membership passes to a fitness centre is no longer enough to generate and sustain employee interest in wellness. Employers are now riddled with the need to offer creative and comprehensive wellness facilities in order to bring about a real difference in employee health.

  • Why Yoga?

    Yoga is not just about being able to perform complicated poses and movements. It is a holistic approach to physical and mental health, as well as a person’s well-being and personal growth. Corporate Yoga is the extended concept of working peacefully in the midst of a hectic corporate environment.


    World Health Organization reveals that depression is the most disabling illness for the corporate sector, second only to cardio-vascular diseases.  Long hours, multi-tasking, stiff competition, rigorous commute, irregular eating habits, sedentary desk jobs and bad sitting postures, all combine to create a pool of highly stressed, inefficient and thus despairing workforce.  The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that U.S. employers lose $70 billion a year due to absenteeism, lost productivity and disability caused by mental distress. The benefits of corporate Yoga to encounter this malaise are unmatched by other wellness programs, as the very crux of the Yogic discipline is a mind-body balance.  It is the only form of exercise known to increase flexibility, strength, balance, concentration and breath capacity while reducing stress and anxiety.  Yoga also helps boost morale and interpersonal communication – which for an employer means no more bickering teams or dissatisfied individuals, power struggles or dirty politics.  Offering even one Yoga session in a week brings about noted changes in employee behaviour by helping them manage stress better, enhance clarity and creative thinking, improve communication skills, cultivate leadership and teamwork, and increase overall effectiveness in the workplace.

  • Employees Benefit:

    • Increased confidence & happiness
    • Decreased anxiety and high blood pressure
    • Increased immune system and better overall health
    • Greater focus and mental clarity
    • Increased stamina and productivity
    • Decreased muscle tension and work-related pain
  • Companies Benefit:

    • Increased employee productivity and efficiency
    • Decrease in employee sick days
    • Reduced medical and disability costs
    • Increase in teamwork and positive interaction
    • Improved employee morale
    • Decrease in absenteeism

We make corporate yoga wellness fun and simple:


Chair


All you need is a chair. Any office chair can be used. No Special equipment is needed.

Any Clothes


Wear anything you want. No need to change in yoga clothes

Anyone can do it


Great for employee wellness. Prior yoga wellness not required.

Just in 30 minutes


A quick break that will leave everyone relaxed and refresh.

  • Where can you conduct?

    • On the floor/Bay area
    • Cafeteria/Open garden
    • Boardroom/conference room
    • Any any event

Antyodaya's Corporate Wellness Programs


We are working to change lives through yoga and believe that adding a bit of asana (physical practice) and pranayama (breathing techniques) into one’s work day can be transformational.

Office Yoga


Break the cycle of feeling stressed out and hunched over your computer! Office Yoga sessions are designed to not only give you a much-deserved break, but also to help you slow down, regain focus, breathe and stretch your weary muscles – right at your desk.


It’s appropriate for all ability levels and easy to follow. Take as little as 5 minutes for yourself and watch your mood, productivity and creativity instantly improve. Be a Corporate Yogi!!


Onchair Meditation


Cultivate self-awareness & take control of your mind with Pranayama, Relaxation, Mindfulness Meditation. When your boss needs just a minute of your time, the credit card is overdue, and the kids are late to school, it’s time to stop, be more present, more aware and more objective. Experience sessions to be confident enough to handle whatever life brings, worrying less about the past and the future and enjoying each moment. Whether you feel you can’t meditate or your mind is finely tuned, you’ll find programs that work for you. These practices help you to be a better artist or athlete, writer. Learn to be kind, calm and present with the most important people in your life. Especially Yourself. It means sharper minds, calmer bodies, and professionals who can make decisions and act from a place of balance and heightened awareness.

Power Yoga


This is a combination of traditional yoga with dynamic exercises of the muscles, boosting circulation and improving muscle tone. Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Power Yoga puts emphasis on strength and flexibility. The advent of power yoga heralded yoga’s current popularity, as people began to see yoga as a way to work out. It also promotes weight loss.


Traditional Yoga


When most of us talk about yoga, we’re talking about Hatha yoga. ‘Hatha’ is the combination of two Sanskrit words: Ha meaning Sun and Tha meaning moon. As a concept, Hatha represents the balance of opposites – hot and cold, fire and water, male and female, positive and negative. Similarly, Hatha yoga works to balance the energies of the mind with those of the body through physical exercises (asanas), controlled breathing and calming the mind with meditation and relaxation.


  • Body detoxification Therapies


    These Shatkarmas are the six purification techniques for detoxifying the body. These therapies makes the body clean, strong, free of diseases. It removes toxins and improves concentration. It improves the flow of prana into the organs. Regular practise of these therapies makes the people disease free and healthy.

  • Diet lifestyle talk


    A long term sedentary lifestyle causes damage to the body, by weakening muscles and decreasing flexibility. Your hip flexors have been caused a lot of trauma, due to all that sitting around, so it is important to stretch them daily to avoid lower back pain. The Warrior I pose, or Virabhadrasana, is a great hip flexor stretch. Mountain pose is a great pose to promote healthy blood flow. Sun Salutations are also very beneficial because they increase the body’s activity greatly and speeds up the metabolism. All these yoga postures help to make the body more regulated with the flow of prana. Healthy eating habits when inculcated into our lives helps us understand the needs of our body more clearly. A one hour session of our diet and lifestyle session becomes eye opening for all the audiences as they come closer and understand their own body.

  • Specialized wellness customizied plans


    ANTYODAYA also has Ayurveda wellness therapies along with yoga sessions. We can customize the programs as per your requirements. With wellness programs on the rise, we infuse creativity and innovation flourishing to keep our employee wellness initiatives fresh and exciting. We try to align with the latest work site wellness trends that can be implemented for each organization and industry.

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