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Whether you manufacture a safety pin, a computer or a spaceship, or you teach people how to meditate, there is only one business in the world: human wellbeing.



There is enough scientific evidence that Yoga is a great performance enhancer. It is a potent tool to cope with the hectic pace of the modern life. Regular practising of yoga plays a significant role in reducing anxiety and stress, relieving or obliterating lifestyle disorders, creating physical fitness and mental balance. Yoga, meditation and mindfulness sessions are offered to employees at top world companies including Ford, Google, Microsoft, Virgin Media, Philips etc. Above all, yoga enhances the way one feels, thinks and experiences life.

Happiness is a route to productivity, not the other way around.

In today's busy world, employers and employees are constantly contending with increasing demands on time and energy, which often take a toll on their bodies and minds in the form of stress, tension and sickness. 


Conducted at your workplace, Yogadwara’s corporate wellness programmes introduce simple yet powerful Hatha Yoga practices that particularly target the needs of corporate professional. The programme structure was designed and developed by Sadhguru, yogi, visionary, humanitarian, and founder of the Isha foundation – a volunteer-run organization dedicated to the human well-being for the last 30 years.

Some Benefits Of Corporate Yoga


  • Improves employee health and wellbeing

  • Reduces back pain, relief of head and neck strain

  • Lowers stress levels and high blood pressure 

  • Improves concentration, decision-making skills, productivity and  alertness 

  • Increases ability to react more calmly in demanding situations

  • Improves teamwork & more effective problem solving

  • Happy employee - better customer service

  • Reduces absenteeism and employee turnover

Contact Us

Tel: 0049 15372 779797 | Tel: 00420 608 476711

                            Chemnitz | Prague

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