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Six Reasons Lunchtime Yoga Is Amazing For Your Work Performance

After sitting at a work desk all morning, many of us often find ourselves feeling lethargic, tired and lacking mental clarity. When it’s finally time for a lunch break, many people fall victim to remain at their desk eating and scrolling through their mobile phones or answering emails. This unhealthy habit contributing to back pain, stiffness and bloating. 

Squeezing in a yoga session during your lunch break, even for just 30 minutes, can reap multiple benefits on your work performance and health. Attending a lunchtime class or even rolling out a yoga mat in your office will be well worth the effort. 

Here are some of the multiple benefits of Lunchtime Yoga:

Greater Energy Around The Office
Every office worker knows what a midday slump feels like. Luckily yoga doesn’t just provide a workout, but gives you some much-needed energy. Yoga moves your circulatory system and awakens your nervous system- bringing you new life to the body.

Increased Focus And Productivity
It may seem counterproductive to spend half an hour doing yoga when you could be answering emails, however lunchtime yoga is a proven way to “kick start” your mind so it can focus on the afternoon tasks at hand. After your yoga session not only will you feel less stressed, but you will be more focused and able to complete tasks more efficiently. 

A Source Of Stress Relief
Along with the feeling of exhaustion, work can create stress. The tension, frustration and hurried feeling taking a toll on employees. However, yoga practice is a proven outlet to aid stress as it greatly calms the mind and body. With that improved stress relief, also comes less anger at work. Studies have proven a significant decrease in the hormone that produces aggression after office yoga. 

A Source Of Stress Relief
Along with the feeling of exhaustion, work can create stress. The tension, frustration and hurried feeling taking a toll on employees. However, yoga practice is a proven outlet to aid stress as it greatly calms the mind and body. With that improved stress relief, also comes less anger at work. Studies have proven a significant decrease in the hormone that produces aggression after yoga.

Yoga is a great way to wipe the slate clean and forget about the setbacks that may have happened in the morning- the afternoon will always look bright after some lunchtime yoga!

Helps Beat Post Lunch Sugar Cravings
Reaching for the office candy jar to beat those post-lunch energy slumps might sound all too familiar. Instead downward dog pose is a quick way to get blood flowing out of your stomach and back into your head. After lunchtime yoga you’ll most likely feel yourself craving fewer sweets to keep your energy up! Lunchtime yoga practice will awaken the main energy centres in your body so that your energy remains level for the rest of the day and you won’t need that sugary energy boost.

Some Positive & Social Time During The Day
Grab and co-worker and do it together! Working out during the day is a much more positive interaction than mutual griping about a boss or just sitting down in the office having a coffee with the co-worker next to you.

No matter how highly scheduled your day is, taking a moment and investing your time to practice yoga will be significantly beneficial. Participating in lunchtime yoga as part of your health regimen helps you wipe away body fatigue, stress, increase muscle strength and keep you feeling revitalised for the rest of your day. 

Swap a boring lunchtime break of scrolling through your phone and answering emails for lunchtime yoga! Click here to sign up to our newsletter and receive your first yoga class for free! 

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