For many of us, the idea of “9-5” is either a distant memory or folklore from an earlier time. Today, the workplace has become a round-the-clock commitment. We are hounded with external pressures, overwhelmed with information overload, and asked to deliver more with less, work longer hours, and have less personal time for renewal activities. In a time when no one seems to have enough time, our devices allow us to be in many places at once... at the cost of being unable to inhabit the place where we actually need to be.

Yoga and meditation are powerful methods for reducing stress and allowing us to actively participate in our own health and well-being. At workFlow, we aim to not only talk the talk, but - every day - walk the walk, with our offer of simple & straightforward practices grounded in ancient traditions, now backed by modern-day research, designed to infuse your day with an instant boost of presence, clarity, and energy, "and over time, restore much needed balance.

Check out some of favorite resources about the "science of working well" behind workFlow...


"A Formula for Perfect Productivity: Work for 52 Minutes, Break for 17": Chronicles how short breaks at regular intervals can boost productivity throughout your workday - which you can try yourself at workFlow.
"Why People Thrive in Coworking Spaces": Researchers explore what makes coworking spaces so effective - and what lessons there are for more traditional offices.
"The Exact Amount Of Time You Should Work Every Day": Turns out, the secret to retaining the highest level of productivity over the span of a workday is not working longer—but working smarter with frequent breaks.
"How Science Reveals That 'Well-Being' Is a Skill": World-renowned neuroscientist Richie Davidson on the scientific factors that shape well-being.
"Why Corporate America Loves Mindfulness But Law Firms Resist It": Explores the work-related benefits attracting major corporations to yoga and wellness, and factors that have left some law firms stranded on the sidelines.
"Relaxation Response Proves Positive": Researchers from the Harvard Gazette report that yoga and meditation can reduce the need for health care services by 43%. workFlow allows you to integrate these relaxation-response practices seemlessly into your work day.
"Americans who practice Yoga report better wellness, health behaviors": NIH discusses the findings of a National Health Interview Survey showing the benefits of yoga and other complementary health practices.