Movement at Work
formerly Working with Yoga
*Improve your teaching.
*Reduce aches and pains.
*Receive support and individualized attention with a practice just for you.
Get moving during your workday! We offer a variety of classes for your work from home team or in-person in Portland, OR.
WORKPLACE WELLNESS WHEREVER
What started in 2008 as Working with Yoga, exclusively bringing corporate yoga to offices in Portland, has grown into offering a variety of movement classes for the workplace. Whether in-office or work-from-home wellness, we now have more people moving during their workday than ever before!
Watch Recordings Anytime
No Fancy Equipment Needed
Watch On Any Device
Step One: Pick a class
Or try out a "buffet" of several
Step Two: Schedule and Price Quote
Step Three: Plan and Enjoy!
Locate/reserve space for classes (if in-person)
Share class details (location/Zoom link) with your team
Enjoy the benefits of Movement at Work!
That's it! We can't wait to be part of your workplace wellness program.
We love our clients.
Loads of research on the benefits of movement at work.
"Thank you for bringing your yoga light into our workplace." - Paul, Intel
Teams We've Worked With
"In our bustling office this service is an oasis. It builds calm and connection to both our own inner wisdom, and to each other as well. We leave feeling refreshed, appreciative and inspired!"
Hazel W., Clackamas County
"The instructors are professional in their delivery, consistent, knowledgeable, and individualize the practice to the varying levels of students experienced in a corporate setting. We each left the room a little more relaxed, balanced, and ready to be productive."
Camille C., Health Net
We offer affordable, flat-rate pricing based on length. Have 5 participants? 150? Same price and it includes limited playbacks of virtual classes.
We invoice monthly and accept all forms of payment.
Not only are our instructors knowledgeable and passionate about offering safe, accessible classes, we also all carry liability insurance. Most of our clients have their own participation waiver they require each student to complete and we have our own waiver form as well.
In the Portland Metro Area? We offer in-person and hybrid classes in 30 minute, 45 minute and 60 minute class lengths.
Outside of Portland? Virtual it is! We offer virtual movement classes for 20 minute, 30 minute, 45 minute and 60 minute class lengths.
Why Movement at Work?
By choosing Movement at Work, you're supporting a small-business, local to Portland Oregon.
Most of our clients have been with us for 10+ years because of our fair pricing structure and our reliable, dedicated and creative instructors. We are happy to become part of your workday!
Meet our instructors
yoga, Franklin Method, Pilates, Zumba, circuit workout, meditation
yoga, meditation, Pilates, kickboxing, circuit training
Alison is a Faculty Franklin Method Educator and Registered Yoga Teacher/Therapist in Portland, OR. She started Working with Yoga in 2008 (now Movement at Work) as a way to reach folks who might not be going to studios/gyms, making movement accessible where and when people work. Alison assists Franklin Method Teacher Trainings and co-wrote Understanding the Pelvis: A Functional Approach to Yoga with Eric Franklin. She designed and leads mobility classes for back care at Rebound Physical Therapy and has a therapeutic movement video series called ThrUMovement. Alison shares embodied study with such wonderful organizations as Guide Dogs for the Blind, Oregon School of Massage and the Portland Opera and leads Franklin Method for Yoga courses and Cadaver Dissection with her cherished colleague, Ann Teachworth. Along with geeking out about movement, anatomy and mental training, Alison kickboxes with her father, plays music with her husband, spends hours trying to train her two German Shepherds, dances salsa and will endlessly be studying Spanish.
Erin Nova is a yoga instructor and personal trainer who strives to offer tailored fitness sessions that are fun and functional. A transplant from the gulf shores of Louisiana, she has been teaching and training since 2009. As a competitive distance runner in high school and college, she struggled with overuse injuries. Erin found that yoga offered the perfect challenge to balance physical, mental, and energetic wellness. Now she is so grateful to share yoga, core training, and cardio (online right now of course) with Working With Yoga, Reed College, and other fantastic folks around Portland!
yoga en espanol
Ceci Orozco (ella), es originaria de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México. Ella es atleta de corazón, apasionada por las actividades al aire libre y el aprendizaje continúo. Ceci ha practicado y competido en atletismo y racquetball, lo cual la ha orillado a cultivar un estilo de vida activo, y curiosidad por prácticas holísticas que complementan su entrenamientos y desarrollo como persona. Cuando descubrió la práctica del yoga en el 2009 es cuando se da cuenta que movimiento corporal (en cualquiera de sus modalidades: deportes, danza, caminatas en la naturaleza, etc.) le brinda gran satisfacción y la inspira a conectar consigo misma. Ceci llegó a Portland, Oregón en el 2014 y en el 2016 recibió su certificación como maestra de yoga. Justo hace un año se graduó del curso “300hr Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations” el cual combinó dos de las grandes pasiones de Ceci: cuidado holístico del cuerpo y mente arraigado en la sabiduría del Āyurveda y Yoga, y medicina herbolaria. Actualmente es estudiante de la maestría, "Leadership in sustainability education", en Portland State University. Como maestra de yoga, Ceci invita a sus estudiantes a que despierten su curiosidad, conecten con su respiración, y la sabiduría innata de su ser y cuerpo. Cuando no está dando clases de yoga, Ceci disfruta de estar en contacto con la naturaleza (The Gorge y La Costa de Oregon son sus lugares favoritos para distraer la mente y balancear energías), entrenar racquetball, viajar, hacer medicina herbolaria, pasar tiempo con su familia en México e impartir talleres de movimiento y bienestar integral en Portland y en México.
Movement should feel good. For me, yoga is an extension of the most basic joy of moving my body. Yoga has helped me build a better relationship with my body and my breath. When I feel stressed, I can practice a breathing technique or move through a sequence and come back into the present moment. Yoga doesn't have to be complicated and you certainly don't need to be flexible. It can be as simple as noticing, right now, that you are breathing. I teach students to notice what a pose feels like from the inside, rather than worrying about what a pose looks like from the outside. To create a well-rounded practice, I incorporate non-yoga movements of strength training, natural movement, and The Franklin Method into my classes. I graduated from Yoga Teacher Training at The Bhaktishop in Portland, OR in 2016 and am enrolled in their 300-hour continuing education program.
Emily is a yoga teacher originally from the Detroit, MI area that offers alignment-based, accessible yet challenging yoga classes. She considers herself a forever student and continues to further her training through immersions and individual study. When Emily isn't teaching yoga, she's working as a registered dietitian to smash diet culture and encourage clients to develop sustainable healthy habits. She hopes for students to leave her class feeling empowered in their own bodies and minds.
Yoga Alliance (200 hr. E-RYT); Citizen Yoga, MI
Bhaktishop, Prenatal Teacher Training (85 hr.)
Michigan State University, Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics