Corporate Yoga

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Why Choose Corporate Yoga

Adding yoga to your organization’s wellness plan reduces stress, promotes team building, and establishes a good work life balance. Yoga incorporates postures, meditation and breathing techniques that help reduce stress and promote relaxation. A less stressed employee and workforce is more productive and happy at work. Having work life balance is important in managing stress and reducing risk of illness. Studies have shown that increased stress levels weaken our immune system and make us more susceptible to colds, headaches, and even muscle injury. Even more startlingly news on stress, according to Mental Health America, is chronic stress doubles the risk of having a heart attack.

Benefits of Yoga for Your Company

  • Reduces work absenteeism
  • Increases productivity
  • Improves job satisfaction
  • Reduces healthcare costs
  • Attracts talented new employees
  • Promotes a happier workforce

Benefits of Yoga for Employees

  • Helps reduce heart rate and blood pressure
  • Relieves depression and anxiety
  • Cultivates gratitude
  • Increase flexibility
  • Aids in weight reduction
  • Protects body from injury
  • Boosts energy and vitality

About My Classes

I provide on-site yoga classes to corporations, small businesses, non-profits, universities and other organizations in the St. Petersburg and Tampa area. I am a certified yoga instructor with experience in customizing classes to fit the needs of the group. I will create a yoga program that meets your organization’s needs. I offer on-site classes in the mornings, during business hours and evenings. My classes are accessible to all levels of students, regardless of age or fitness level.

What You’ll Need

Ideally we need a room large enough to fit the expected number of students and their mats. That’s about about 2 feet wide and 6 feet long or 21 square feet per person. Participating students will need a yoga mat, towel and water. Yoga blocks and straps are recommended for some students. I can also supply all the mats and props for the class.


Rates will depend on length of contracts and frequency of classes at your company. Generally, the hourly rate for a corporate yoga class can vary between $50-$150 a session. Below are our rates for 30 minute and hourly sessions.

  • 0-3 months $65 per hour session
  • 0-3 months $50 per 30 minute session
  • 3 months or more $55 per hour session
  • 3 months or more $40 per 30 minute session
  • Rates for large groups or special events vary between $75-$150

About Aiyana

Aiyana Fraley started her spiritual and holistic journey at 19 studying massage therapy and meditation. She has helped hundreds of clients to manage stress, improve emotional balance and gain mental clarity through meditation and yoga. She is an E-RYT certified instructor and continuing education provider with Yoga Alliance who is dedicated to sharing the ancient yogic teachings. She has 300 hours of advanced training under the mentorship of yoga instructor Missy White, creator of 108 Asanas, and over 200 hours of in-depth kundalini yoga and meditation training. Her additional certifications in yoga include yin yoga, restorative yoga and sound and energy healing. She teaches private sessions, corporate classes and group classes at studios in the Tampa Bay area. Her teaching style is restorative, mindful and nourishing to the mind, body and spirit.

Aiyana Fraley Education

E-RYT 200 Yoga Alliance, 2017 – Educator’s Recognition For Over 1000 Teaching Hours

Kundalini Yoga Teacher Certification Kundalini Research Institute Espanola, New Mexico

Reiki Master Teacher Certification, St. Petersburg, FL

Florida Licensed Massage Therapist MA73690

BLS (Basic Life Support) & AED Certification, 2017 – American Heart Association Approved

MA in Journalism – University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 2008-2009

BA in Sociology & Anthropology – Florida International University, Miami, Florida, 2002-2007

Associate in Massage Therapy & Paramedical Skincare – Florida College of Natural Health, Miami, Florida, 1999-2001

Contact Me

For more information about corporate yoga, contact me at 727-657-9064 or email me at