Yoga, meditation and coaching have an important place in the workplace to reduce stress, lessen anxiety, and allow people to operate at their most efficient level.
Wellness programs improve in-office relationships as they foster more understanding and connectedness. They also provide silent time to nurture or revitalize energy.
Montie's classes emphasize releasing negative thought patterns that keep people from reaching their goals. She guides employees through 15 minute meditation sessions, 60 minute yoga sessions, and individual coaching scheduled at the workplace.
I’ve been enjoying Montie’s classes. Her style is great for the intermediate students like me. She always relates the modified pose for beginners and the full pose for the more advanced students, which also gives us a goal to work towards until the next time we do the pose in class. She explains also why we do the pose, and what area it is working in our body giving us a visual insight into our bodies. The class is an excellent relaxation break during a busy work day in Clayton. I look forward to continuing my yoga practice with Montie."
-- Megan C.
I am so fortunate that my employer not only understands the importance of STRESS MANAGEMENT but actually provides a resource to alleviate and control stress with weekly Meditation Sessions (during work) and Yoga Classes (after work) under Montie's knowledgeable guidance.
Who knew that a 15 minute break from the chaos of your day could be so therapeutic? Montie's meditation sessions follow a simple concept that's seldom followed: STOP for a second; close your eyes and BREATHE! You will be amazed, with time and practice, how centered you feel. You leave the session with renewed energy and direction for the day.
Montie's Yoga class takes the beneficial breathing techniques from her meditation sessions and combines it with the physical elements of stretch and strength training. Science has praised the benefits of yoga for years; but what matters is you actually FEEL it working. It does wonders counteracting the harm of sitting in front of a computer all day. You learn that the true focus of Yoga is within ... it's all about listening to and appreciating YOUR body!
Thank you Montie for all that you've taught me! Namaste!!
-- Susan, W.