Among the many possible opportunities available is teaching Yoga within the corporate sector.
In these times of political and financial upheaval, it probably comes as no surprise that three out of every four employees say their jobs are stressful. In the United States, as much as $200 billion are spent every year to compensate for expenses related to stress in the workplace, and the problem exists throughout the world. As a result, more companies than ever are offering wellness benefits. Yoga is one of the most effective and popular alternatives.
Most Yoga teachers already gear their classes to a wide range of audiences and locations, but teaching people in their places of employment presents challenges and rewards of its own. Because the size of businesses range from small companies where employees chip in to pay Yoga instructors to big corporations with elaborate set-ups and budgets, working conditions and salaries for teachers cover a broad gamut.