What’s Mobile Yoga?
Many people never pursue or continue a yoga practice because they’re discouraged by crowded studios, traffic, and crazy schedules. So we decided to make our classes “mobile” and bring them to you!
Chakra 5 started mobile yoga classes in 2009 to make it more comfortable, convenient and affordable for people to practice yoga under the guidance of an experienced instructor at home, school or work. We even have classes in public spaces like parks, community rec rooms at apartment complexes…you name it.
Every HR manager wants that coveted “Best Company to Work For” award. One of the most fun, easy ways to inspire and motivate your employees is to offer yoga classes at the office on a regular basis. Yoga classes are a low-cost and innovative solution for companies wanting to reduce health care expenses, relieve workplace stress and promote employee well-being.
Healthy employees are more productive and more cost effective. In a recent study on worksite health programs by the American Journal of Health Promotion, corporations realized $3-$6 in savings for every $1 invested in wellness programs.
Why Chakra 5?
With Chakra 5, you have a team that’s been working together for years, specifically experienced in going out into the world, teaching in various environments and working with various levels of students.
Our team is mostly comprised of advanced 500 hr level teachers, some with specific degrees in yoga therapy. Chakra 5 yoga classes are fun, sensible and encouraging. We respect deeply all levels of students and all body types. Our #1 priority is to make sure you have fun, feel challenged, and do it all safely!
Where We Teach
The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Omelet.la, Huge Inc, Los Angeles Youth Network, Disney, ABC, Junk Food Clothing, The Standard Hotel, Play Creative TV, The Packard Lofts, Paramount Studios, DWP, New Roads Charter School, Sunset Marquis Hotel, Thomas Safran & Associates, Elizabeth Mestnick Acting Studio, Viceroy Santa Monica, Avalon Hotel, L’Hermitage, Pacific Oaks College & Children’s School, Hankey Investment Company and The Children’s Hospital.
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