Office Yoga Rapid City SD

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Spa 80 For Women
(605) 342-8080
512 Main St #5
Rapid City, SD
Yoga Styles
YogaFit, & Hatha

Yoga Studio
(605) 390-2320
2050 West Main St #3
Rapid City, SD
 
Stretch Studio LLC
(605) 484-0108
611 Main St
Rapid City, SD
 
Avera Queen of Peace Wellness Center
(605) 995-2468
5TH & FOSTER
Mitchell, SD
Yoga Styles
Hatha

Health Basket
(605) 338-4438
3301 E. 26th Street Suite 99
Sioux Falls, SD
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa Flow

All About Pilates
(605) 280-8311
3405 Sturgis Rd
Rapid City, SD
 
Elements Massage Therapy and Bodywork
(605) 545-2306
822 Main St
Rapid City, SD
 
Weight Room
(605) 348-5070
601 12th St Ste 4
Rapid City, SD
 
Spa 80 For Women
(605) 342-8080
512 Main St #5
Rapid City, SD
Yoga Styles
YogaFit, & Hatha

Quantum Specialties
(605) 722-3325
716 W. McClellan
Lead, SD
Yoga Styles
Hatha

Yoga at Office

Working in an office or at a computer for prolonged periods of time can put strain on the neck, shoulder and back muscles which in turn can lead to tension and stiffness. This tension can cause headaches, as well as back, neck and shoulder pain. If left unattended, it could also impact your ability to function effectively at work and your overall quality of life. Simple techniques such as Office Yoga may help alleviate the pain and other symptoms by releasing tension and increasing muscle strength and flexibility.
 
Work is a necessity in our lives. It is better to make the best of the responsibility imposed upon us. Most of us are locked up for hours inside the office or are hooked to computers in our cubicles. Hence, physical ailments, stiffness of various muscles in the body and mental fatigue gradually make their existence, transforming our lives into a complete hell.
 
Doctors and psychologists have opined together that working out simple yoga postures in the office is not only effective in terms of physical exercises but also enlivens the spirit and mind of the tired employee. Simple techniques may help alleviate the pain and other symptoms by releasing tension and increasing muscle strength and flexibility. They can be performed right on the office chair, any time, any day. Take a few minutes for yourself and incorporate some Yoga into your daily routine. Here are some simple Yoga techniques for:

  • Right Posture
  • Stress
  • Neck
  • Shoulder
  • Eyes
 

Right Posture

Neutral sitting or standing should most essentially be practiced. Often we fail to place ourselves in the correct posture whether standing or sitting and soon the problem begins. However, this simple exercise will help you to keep the position of your spine in order.

  • Place your feet hip-distance apart and bend forward.
  • Then look down at your feet. Your feet should be parallel (||).
  • If you are sitting, keep check that your hips and your knees are in right angles.
  • Sit straight and tall at the edge of your chair.

The Warrior Pose is recommended for relaxation of the upper body. Here are the steps:

  1. Raise your arms to the sides with fingers pointed out.
  2. Take a big step with the left foot turned out and knees bent.
  3. Your right leg should be straight and planted on the ground.
  4. Keep breathing.
  5. Keep your upper body in rest.
  6. After few minutes, switch sides. Now, extend your right leg.
  7.  

    Breathing Techniques To De-stress:

    Are you yawning heavily at the start of the day or in the post lunch session?
    Your stress has increased so profusely that you are falling asleep in office?
    Try this breathing technique, it will surely help you to release your stress and you will be fresh to start your work again.

    1. Put your right thumb on your right nostril.
    2. Deeply breathe in and out the air using your left nostril.
    3. Similarly press your left nostril with your right index finger.
    4. Inhale and exhale as much as air you can....

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