Melanie Lora Meltzer
Sitting at a computer all day can leave you with burning eyes, an achy upper back and sore wrists. Take a moment to alleviate those computer blues with this office yoga sequence.
Testing it out at home...can't wait to try at work!
This is a great way to kick start my morning sitting at the desk. I feel calmer and able to organize my thoughts, thus I can focus on the things I really need to get done today.
I spend the majority of my day at the desk, and by the time I get to my weekly yoga class, I am so stiff and have to spend half the class getting my muscles to release. These videos are great to do throughout the day, and prepare my body for more vigorous practice later. I also sit straighter afterwards! I hope more will be added!
great break to take at work and feel refreshed
This was perfect for me today!
So glad this video is here. This is exactly what Ive been looking for and needed to keep my working well. Im a college student and do a lot of photo editing for work (as a photographer) and this really helps with my breaks.
Thanks for the reprieve - I needed exactly that to keep on with my busy day. All things I can do without feeling too silly or conspicuous in front of my colleagues.
Find a tiny bit of time for your practice in this quick class aimed at getting you moving for your day. Recommended props: 1 block
Release deep pockets of tension in your connective tissue, slow down your busy mind, and free up stagnant energy so you can flow more freely in everything you do. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket
Learn all of the different ways to stretch your shoulders and find what works best for your body. Recommended props: 1 strap
Happy hamstrings contribute to a healthy lower back and overall balance of your pelvis and trunk. Recommended props: 1 block, 1 blanket, 1 strap, 1 bolster