Mr. La Forge (Yoga Trainer) suspects that because the mind-body exercises are usually easier to carry out, leaders are more likely to make life a habit of them. To make sure that his guess is correct, he began a five-year study of 110 middle and senior managers at companies in the U.S.. It keeps track of their exercise habits and see if those that include mind-body techniques stick with the program longer.
Devotees say the mind and body exercise regimen has a payoff in the workplace as well.
Bars Moltz, 36, founder and CEO of the International CHTech., Mail-order distributor of computer hardware and software, started doing yoga a year ago to balance the pressure of a growing business with a family. He is still working in the gym and go to work by bike, but he also argues in the half lotus position for 15 or 20 minutes during the night after his two young children went to bed.
He says most of his friends, and in their mid-30s, grew up on the likes of the mind and body fitness tracks.
"I think the most difficult part of the company's work is that there are so many demands on your time. When I meditate, it really allows me to relax and concentrate all power in one place," he says. "Now, when I participate in the meeting, I can be immersed in the meeting, rather than thinking about 15 other things. And people really respond when you are completely focused only on them."
Pressure job saying that you should not be satisfied with where you are today. You can never feel that you have achieved nothing, because it is very elusive. Yoga and Meditation allows you to be happier and more effective in what you are doing now.