Yoga for Corporations
My goal is to teach meaningful classes to forward-thinking companies that are leveraging their businesses to make a positive impact on their employees, the community, and the environment. That is why I am excited to potentially work with mission-aligned companies like yours.
I know that mindful companies want to foster satisfaction and engagement with their employees, and part of doing that is supporting employee wellness. I welcome the opportunity to co-create a culture of mindfulness at your workplace by offering yoga classes.
I currently teach yoga for companies such as Independence Blue Cross, 5 Below, Odessa, OraSure Technologies and Thomson Reuters. I established and continue to lead these company-based yoga programs to flourish over the course of several years with positive results. My yoga classes help develop a culture of self-awareness, empathy, a strong sense of community and overall mental and physical well-being that benefit employees far beyond their yoga mats.
I teach yoga classes that are safe, accessible and empowering. Over the course of 13 years, I have developed a style of yoga that is accessible to those who are most inflexible, inexperienced and injured. I am known for my unwavering passion and efficient approach to heal, inspire and advance students. I also lead weekly yoga sessions for more than 150 men in Fishtown, Philadelphia.
I write for the U.S. News, focusing on the practical benefits and applications of yoga and mindfulness. I teach yoga to men and professional athletes including those on the Philadelphia Eagles, the Philadelphia Phillies and The Philadelphia Union.
I am featured as a yoga and health expert in publications including NPR, Business Insider, Men’s Health, Yoga Journal, Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, Origin Magazine, ABC Philadelphia, Be Well Philly and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
You can contact me by email at email@example.com or call me at 267.275.3890. I look forward to hearing from you and I am excited about the potential to teach yoga for your company.