Save 100% on stress with the best workplace yoga in Portland!
Stress-free, flat rate pricing - $100/hr (gratuity included)
Appointments available 7 days a week, and after hours upon request.
Please fill out the form below to schedule an appointment or call: (503) 964-5822
Benefits of workplace yoga include:
Your team deserves an infusion of clarity through physical and mental wellbeing. Yoga classes at work can be an invaluable health benefit that helps increase productivity and manage office stress. Both versions of our workplace yoga classes will help you in developing strength, flexibility, and better posture. Your workforce will leave this experience feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and ready to get back to work!
Need more options? Our experienced and certified yoga teachers are also available for hotel yoga, resort yoga, and event yoga.
We would love to organize a single-event yoga class, or ongoing weekly, bi-weekly or monthly classes for your Denver workplace. Check out our corporate package pricing for more information.
Anywhere! From Alhambra to Central City Village to the heart of Downtown, our team of yoga teachers travel up and down the Valley of the Sun sharing their knowledge of total mind-body wellness.
Workplace yoga is a wonderful way to reinvigorate your staff after a busy quarter, perhaps as an ongoing workplace wellness benefit. Taking a break helps refresh our minds so that we can be more happy and more productive. Our traveling yoga instructors are reliable, professional and truly excel at teaching the best yoga classes in Metro Phoenix.
The friendly customer service team at LoDo Chair Massage is here to answer any questions about wellness services including corporate yoga and on-site chair massage in the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale metro area. Call us at (503) 964-5822.
Our instructors are available in the Portland, OR metro area for weekly, biweekly, monthly, or quarterly visits. We also offer package discounts for large events, repeat customers, and referrals. Call for yoga instruction at your workplace in Portland, OR. Please reference our client list to see who we've worked with.
Angelica started practicing yoga 8 years ago, looking for a good workout. Yoga became so much more than a physical workout for her, so she started teaching 5 years ago. She is grateful to be able to connect with students while guiding them through their practice. She hopes to motivate, encourage and inspire her students to breathe on their mats and show up exactly as they are.
Betsy began her yoga journey in 1998 and has been guiding people in the practice for over 12 years. She received her 500-hour certification from YogaWorks and has trained under many world-renowned yoga masters. Her teaching style is relaxed and welcoming with a proprietary blend of meditation, breathing techniques and flowing postures. She is skilled at teaching all levels, including vinyasa, restorative and yin. Alignment is gently emphasized with respect to the body's limitations and range of motion as she allows students to be creative and modify as they need to. Betsy encourages her students to listen from within and connect to a deeper state of consciousness, which ideally leads to the pathway of comfort, healing and peace. Aside from yoga, she holds a degree in biology and enjoys nature, hiking, and volunteering at a horse rescue.
Bonny Chipman, E-RYT, Certified Accessible Yoga Teacher, is the owner of Yoga NW, an accessible yoga studio in Portland, OR. Her passion is making yoga accessible and welcoming to all! Bonny has been teaching for nearly a decade, with an emphasis on therapeutic, body positive, and accessible yoga. She specializes in working with students who experience anxiety, seniors, adults with disabilities, and individuals with chronic illness/injury. Bonny continues her studies as a student of Integrated Movement Therapy (yoga-based therapy) under the guidance of IMT founder, Molly Lannon Kenny. In addition, she serves as a member of the Accessible Yoga organization’s communication team and is a Yoga & Body Image Coalition community partner.
Courtney has been practicing yoga for about 20 years. Early on, she practiced hatha yoga and Bikram yoga. She was inspired to get her yoga teacher certification in 2017 to add movement and mindfulness to her career as a nutritional therapy practitioner. She did her 200-hour teacher training in Portland, OR with Sarahjoy Marsh, an incredible yoga teacher and mentor. She has also taken additional training in Trauma Informed Brain Sensitive yoga and Imagination Yoga for children. Courtney enjoys teaching yoga to people ages 3 to 93 in all sorts of settings from the boardroom to the great outdoors!
Emiko was born and raised in Japan and came to the US to study linguistics in graduate school at Cornell University. She is a life-long fitness enthusiast who enjoys cardio, strength training, and yoga. She is a certified yoga instructor, having completed Yoga Alliance 200 RYT. She has practiced Japanese martial arts such as Kendo and Aikido before, and holds a black belt in Karate. No matter what Emiko trains for, her focus is on the union of body, mind, and breath. Emiko teaches Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, and Hatha yoga to students of all levels of practice. She incorporates a combination of athleticism and mindfulness in her classes while guiding students through creative flow.
Jenn is on a mission to show that Yoga is accessible to all who seek it. She brings a deeply sincere, yet light hearted approach to teaching which will leave you feeling grounded, inspired, and empowered.
Her teaching style is very much a reflection of her experiences in martial arts, injury rehabilitation, meditation, music, and her deep reverence for life.
Jenn has traveled to India twice (in 2013 and 2016) where she received her 200 and 300 hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Certifications. She has a passion for presenting yoga in an accessible manner that empowers and inspires.
Jonathan is a movement specialist using yoga and bodywork to liberate tension in the body. He is fascinated by how breath and intention can unlock stuck areas in the body. His yoga classes are designed to teach body & breath awareness, strengthen core, and bring balance to common dysfunctional muscle patterns. Jonathan has been a student of yoga since 1998 and a teacher since 2004. In 2005 he began to be inspired by Forrest Yoga and is now a newly minted Forrest Yoga Teacher. Forrest Yoga is an intelligently sequenced style that hasevolved in response to common everyday injuries, and addressing the"chair sitting culture". It has a strong emphasis on core strengthening, anatomical cues, and longer breath counts in the pose. As a bodyworker, Jonathan creates an atmosphere to let go, and uptake pleasure through released tension. Utilizing the natural rhythm of your breath, he finds the tight places and coaxes them into release.
Since meeting his mentor in both Forrest Yoga and Bodyworker in 2005, Jonathan has done trainings in Thai Massage (30Hr 2007) Shiatsu (300HR 2009) and has had on ongoing apprenticeship with Deep Tissue and Myo-fascial Release (2005).
Rebecca has been teaching yoga since 2014. Her teaching style is easy going with a focus on helping her students feel better in body and mind. She loves to make class fun and doesn't take herself too seriously. Students practice breathwork, asana, and meditation in Rebecca's Integral Hatha yoga classes. Rebecca is also practices Thai Massage and brings some Thai Yoga assists into her class.
Becca found yoga by accident when a friend lent her a mat for class at 24 hr. Fitness. After trying the class she thought “well, I guess I'm going to be doing THIS for the rest of my life!.” Her teaching path began in 2012 when she completed Living Yoga's Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher Training and started bringing yoga into recovery centers and schools for troubled youth. In 2013 she completed Ana Forrest's 225 hr teacher training. Becca was inspired by her first Forrest teacher- Angelina Vasile and Forrest yoga's challenging and therapeutic approach and clear understanding of bio-mechanics. She followed this training with the year-long Forrest Yoga Mentorship with Brian Campbell, one of Ana Forrest's original Forrest Yoga Guardians. A firm believer that to be in integrity as a teacher one must continue to practice, empower and educate oneself, she recently finished the Yoga Bodyworkers Teacher Training with Jambo Truong and Brian Campbell.
Becca excels working with a spectrum of students from the “time experienced” to athletes and those working with injuries and eating disorders. Becca gets jazzed about discovering and working with Torque-physical, mental and emotional, both in herself and in her students. It's just as important that you notice you are gripping your toes and throwing your knees and hips out of alignment as it is that you notice your internal dialogue is negative and not helping you!
Outside of yoga, Becca enjoys riding motorcycles, nerding out on sci-fi and exploring the beautiful nature of the Pacific Northwest-when she has time!