Working from home? Don’t forget to ‘pseudo-commute’ with chair yoga
We’ve learnt to adapt to new working conditions since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic, however, the initial novelty of 9-5 in pajamas has well and truly worn off.
A recent Sydney Morning Herald article discussed the importance of breaking-up the work day through a ‘pseudo-commute’, a way to mentally prepare for the day by enhancing one’s concentration and focus.
For some, getting into the work groove involves a downward dog or a lotus pose.
Paula O’Connell, founder and instructor of Chair Yoga For Seniors speaks to John Stanley to prove that age is merely just a number.
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