A highly curated yoga practice guaranteed to create a more productive and efficient work environment.
We’ve all been to that yoga class where you’re moving so fast that you feel completely lost for the entire hour. Sure you built up a sweat, but you were just moving for the sake of moving and you knew you weren’t doing everything right. You were working, but it wasn’t 100% productive.
Just like in the work place, faster and more isn’t always better.
Join Andrew for a slower moving AND more powerful yoga practice where you will learn the benefits of moving mindfully. We will discover how to managing a number of highly specified body movements requires the same skill set as managing multiple projects or employees in the workplace.
When we realize this connection between exercising mindful control of our bodies and mindful control of our work, we will undoubtedly continue to move with power and precision off the mat, guaranteeing a more efficient and productive workday.
Floor (preferably hardwood) to do yoga
Andrew Abaria is one of the most understated, talented, inspiring teachers out there today. Not only is he brilliant in sequencing but a star as far as motivating and coaching his students to be clear and pure in intention
I’ve learned throughout my life that we must become the best version of ourselves and that it’s important to take the wheel and decide where we want to go and who we learn from. Shout out to Andrew - he’s a fantastic person and multi-passionate entrepreneur who has helped me to move back to my core values, become the best version of myself, and not give up on my personal and professional goals. He’s the real deal.
Andrew is an incredible teacher. I’ve been to numerous yoga trainings and have attended Yoga Journal Conference several times—and I have never had a teacher like Andrew before. In his class he breaks down the poses so that they make sense (yes, even the really difficult ones!) In the past, I’ve kicked up to an inversion and“hoped for the best” - Andrew’s class is different - there’s no mystery or wishing—there’s just REAL practicing. On top of that he is smart, patient, kind, metaphorical and funny. He is up there with the real yoga gurus— What a gift!