Corporate Yoga

Average rating: 5.0 Number of ratings:(28) 1 hour virtual event

Event short description

Never before has it been so important to connect with others and to care for our bodies, mentally, emotionally, and physically. Our solution: a customized, Zoom-based group yoga class for your next professional event. Bring your people together in a unique, personalized way that will benefit everyone.

Virtual event

This host will provide a zoom video conference.

Group size

This event supports 2 - 100 participants.

Group participation level

Medium - Guests will be sent a kit or prompted to participate in this event.

Event duration

1 hour

Included with purchase

  1. Video link
  2. Custom invitation and calendar invites
  3. Elevent Event Manager portal and homepage
  4. Guest information collection
  5. Messaging with host

To join this event, your guests will need

  1. An internet connection
  2. Computer / device
  3. Additional things you'll need

Full details

How it works

Choose whether or not you'd like a class that uses props or not. Then prepare for a relaxing 60-minute flow. We will go through popular yoga poses as well as unexpected, creative, and easy-to-follow flows.

We will emphasize breathwork to help us connect and create a space separate from work, together.

If you'd like to practice sitting or using a chair, we can structure the flow to be done with a chair. All levels and abilities are welcome! Seasoned yoga practicers and newbies will appreciate the time spent together equally.

This host supports the following options:

  • Breakout rooms
  • Pre-assigned teams

Things you'll need

Each guest will need to supply the items below to participate fully in this event.

  • Open space for yoga movements

How to join

This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom

The host is not able to use a video link provided by you.

Other things you will need to join:

  • Link to this event, provided after purchase
  • Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
  • Internet connection