Jennyoga Corporate Yoga Programs


Jennifer “Jenny” Buergermeister, MA, C Ht, DD, RYT is an expert in health and wellness with a unique ability to connect with her students. She teaches three undergraduate courses related to stress management and integrative practices at Rice University, and graduate courses in biomechanics and neuroscience at Boston Architectural College. Jenny’s teachings provide real-life solutions for her students and corporate clients.

Jenny’s corporate transformational tools can help employees increase
their wellness, productivity, and creativity. Her techniques can help foster higher performance and help them find peace and stillness in the midst of deadlines, the uncertainty of outcomes, or even offer a needed break from traveling. Jenny and her team can be your employees’ personal one-on-one integrative trainers.

Jenny conducts weekly or daily classes, plus 1-3 day corporate wellness workshops that feature:

Flexibility on ALL Levels: Physical, Mental, and Emotional
Maintaining Internal and External Balance in and out of the Workplace The Martial Art of Living
The Yoga Basics and Beyond
Chair Yoga
Quality Breathing Techniques for Sustaining Wellness
Meditation for Relaxation and Obligation Management
Building and Maintaining Healthy Relationships with others
Health fairs with a wide variety of wellness vendors


Scientists from Harvard University recently published a study that examined the effects of meditation on the physical structures of the brain using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Sara Lazar, the senior author of the study, is a professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School and a researcher at the MGH Psychiatric Neuroimaging Research Program. The Harvard study participants spent an average of 27 minutes a day meditating and practicing “mindfulness exercises” for a period of eight weeks. Throughout the process, their brains were regularly imaged using MRI machines.

The analysis of these images found that the meditation led to

“…increased gray-matter density in the hippocampus, known to be important for learning and memory, and in structures associated with self-awareness, compassion, and introspection.”

The study also found a reduction of gray matter in the amygdala, a region of the brain closely associated with stress and anxiety. None of these changes occurred in the control group, showing that the changes were indeed a direct result of the meditation.


Healthy employees help create a healthy bottom line for their companies.

Successful business leaders know this and include employee health promo- tion in their business strategy. “Dollars invested in employee health and wellness programs return 2 to 3 times on investment.” ~Methodist Hospital

Great leadership and employees are the life force of any organization. As an employer, it is important to understand how employees are emotionally connected to your business objectives. Research shows that emotionally invested employees are the most productive because they feel validated and appreciated.

Employees want to feel like they are making a positive contribution to
the organizations that employ them. Apathetic employees may work for
a paycheck while engaged employees perceive their jobs as important and consistently make a difference within the organization.


Become Stress Resilient – Corporations are discovering resilience is the key to employee success. Meditation and yoga are well researched and have shown to be reliable relievers of stress. Stress costs U.S. businesses $200 million a year, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health.

Jennyoga works with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Greystar Properties, Rice University, Houston Ayurveda Center, plus founded and directs the Texas Yoga Association and the annual, highly successful Texas Yoga Conference.

Is it any wonder why some very successful high tech companies such as Apple, Google and Yahoo have sponsored meditation courses?

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