Neelam Harjani, a trader at a bank before she quit to set up Inspire Yoga, says she found yoga was an antidote to stress at work. She now leads classes to help those looking for calm and relief from busy lifestyles. Photo: Jonathan Wong Neelam Harjani, a trader at a bank before she quit to set up Inspire Yoga, says she found yoga was an antidote to stress at work. She now leads classes to help those looking for calm and relief from busy lifestyles. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Neelam Harjani, a trader at a bank before she quit to set up Inspire Yoga, says she found yoga was an antidote to stress at work. She now leads classes to help those looking for calm and relief from busy lifestyles. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Back pain, palpitations, disturbed sleep, feeling chained to your desk? You’re burned out – admit it, and stop trying to be Superwoman or Superman

  • High levels of stress, and long hours, at work can cause burnout – and women are more likely than men to experience it; there are ways to cope, however
  • Stop trying to juggle work and family life, embrace mindfulness, make time for exercise such as yoga, and eat more fruit and vegetables, say naturopaths

Topic |   Wellness
Neelam Harjani, a trader at a bank before she quit to set up Inspire Yoga, says she found yoga was an antidote to stress at work. She now leads classes to help those looking for calm and relief from busy lifestyles. Photo: Jonathan Wong Neelam Harjani, a trader at a bank before she quit to set up Inspire Yoga, says she found yoga was an antidote to stress at work. She now leads classes to help those looking for calm and relief from busy lifestyles. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Neelam Harjani, a trader at a bank before she quit to set up Inspire Yoga, says she found yoga was an antidote to stress at work. She now leads classes to help those looking for calm and relief from busy lifestyles. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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