What is it about?
IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE.
App Store Description
IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE.
CALM AND REFRESH.
Enjoy a mini yoga class at your desk with SALUTE THE DESK®!
Choose from 27 yoga poses and two guided relaxation sessions, with easy to follow audio, video and written instructions. In total, there’s over two hours of content you can customize to suit you.
If you often catch yourself hunched over your desk, and are looking for a way to deepen your body awareness then you need to start saluting the desk!
SALUTE THE DESK® has been designed by a qualified yoga, tai chi and qigong instructor, who understands that stress and tension can build in the body. This tension needs to be released to help balance the mind and body. SALUTE THE DESK® addresses both the physical and mental aspects of stress and tension.
SALUTE THE DESK® navigates off 4 main swipe screens:
• SIT TALL- a workshop to improve your posture
• SALUTE THE DESK® - a full body stretching sequence
• ZONE IN- choose stretches to target specific body areas and release tension
• GUIDED RELAXATIONS- to calm and refresh
Each swipe screen launches an animated player- pause, rewind and fast forward as needed.
With each use, you will deepen your body awareness. You will learn to sit tall and improve your posture in a natural and relaxed way. This is the foundation for all of the stretching and relaxation sequences in the app.
• Scheduling in practice is easy! Plan your sessions and set reminders to practice.
• View your session history on the calendar.
• Track your progress- see which body areas you have stretched.
• Share your progress via social media, email or SMS.
• Perfect for when travelling too!
For more information, please visit www.salutethedesk.com
Not all exercise is suitable for everybody. As a general rule, it is best to check with your health care provider to obtain full medical clearance before performing the exercises in this app. While the SALUTE THE DESK® app has been developed by a qualified yoga instructor, your use of it is at your own responsibility. Never force or strain yourself during exercise and should you experience any pain or discomfort, you must stop and seek immediate medical attention if symptoms persist.