National Yoga Month: Yoga for the Sedentary Office Worker

National Yoga Month: Yoga for the Sedentary Office Worker
Welcome back to the On-The-Go Wellness® blog, where we prioritize your health and well-being above all else. As September comes to a close, we just had to squeeze in one last mention of another national observation that happens this month; National Yoga Month. Specifically, by shedding light on the importance of yoga for the sedentary office worker. In this blog, we'll explore how yoga can be a transformative practice for individuals who spend most of their day sitting.

That Office Life

National Yoga Month: Yoga for the Sedentary Office Worker

Many of us spend the majority of our workdays glued to our desks, hunched over computers, and contending with deadlines. Unfortunately, this sedentary lifestyle can take a toll on our physical and mental well-being. Prolonged sitting can lead to poor posture, back pain, neck discomfort, and even more severe issues like spinal misalignment.

Enter Yoga

National Yoga Month: Yoga for the Sedentary Office Worker

Yoga is not only a versatile but also an accessible practice that offers a multitude of benefits, making it a lifeline for the sedentary office worker who’s short on time, and short on equipment. Here’s how yoga can help:


  1. Posture Improvement: Yoga encourages awareness of your body and helps you establish good posture habits. Poses like Mountain Pose (Tadasana) and Cat-Cow can align your spine, improving your posture over time.
  2. Stress Reduction: Office work often comes with stress. Yoga’s emphasis on mindfulness and deep breathing techniques can reduce stress levels, promoting mental well-being.
  3. Flexibility and Mobility: Sedentary work can lead to stiffness. Generally your entire posterior chain will be affected; hamstrings, glutes, hip flexors, and lower back. Yoga poses like Downward Dog and Cobra can enhance your flexibility and restore mobility in your spine and joints, and relieve lower back pain (another common complaint).
  4. Core Strength: Many yoga poses engage the core muscles, which are essential for maintaining a stable and well-aligned spine, and can also become weakened and tight in those who are extremely sedentary. Poses like Boat Pose and Plank can target these areas.
  5. Pain Management: For those already experiencing back or neck pain, yoga can provide relief. Poses like Child’s Pose and Child’s Pose with a Twist can help alleviate discomfort.

Spinal Alignment and Chiropractic Care

National Yoga Month: Yoga for the Sedentary Office Worker

You knew we had to mention this! Poor posture and prolonged sitting can also lead to misalignments in your spine, causing pain and discomfort. That’s where we come in.


Chiropractic care can complement your yoga practice by addressing specific issues such as subluxations, joint restrictions, and muscle imbalances. Our personalized treatments are designed to enhance your overall well-being, reduce pain, and promote optimal spinal health. This is exactly why we ask you detailed questions about your current lifestyle. If we know that you’re primarily desk-bound and sedentary, we can be sure to address this in your treatment.


National Yoga Month: Yoga for the Sedentary Office Worker

National Yoga Month is the perfect opportunity to introduce yoga into your daily routine as a sedentary office worker (or just as a human who wants to take a preventative approach to their health). Not only can yoga alleviate the physical and mental stressors of office life, but it can also help you maintain a well-aligned spine, and flexible, strong, muscles.

This National Yoga Month, take the first step towards a happier, pain-free you by combining the power of yoga with some regular chiropractic care for a healthier, more balanced lifestyle.


Remember, a healthy spine leads to a healthier you! Happy National Yoga Month!

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Dr. Nichole A. Walz

Dr. Josh Huddleston, and I are the founders of On-The-Go Wellness®. We are husband & wife, who just so happen to be Board Certified, Licensed, Chiropractic Physicians & Certified Yoga Instructors! After practicing with other clinics in the USA and Singapore for the past 5 years, we decided to start On-The-Go Wellness® to fit our active, mobile lifestyles.

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