Impact of yogic practice on occupational stress of female employees in the software industries
Pallavi Tiwari, J K Savalia, A P Vajpeyi
In this paper, the effects of yogic practice on the occupational stress of the female employees working in the Software industries is investigated. A sample of 30 female software professionals from the age group of 30 to 55 years old, has been collected. The participants received a weekly 60-minute yoga class for 12 weeks. The participants completed the self-reported occupational stress questionnaire before and after the yogic intervention. Mean value of the pre and post occupational stress are 158.7 and 111.9 respectively. The t and p-value from the paired t-test are 17.75 and 0.000, respectively. The t and p value from paired t-test confirmed that there is significant difference in the pre and post mean stress value. The results imply that yogic practices have a highly positive impact in the management of stress related problem.
Pallavi Tiwari, J K Savalia, A P Vajpeyi. Impact of yogic practice on occupational stress of female employees in the software industries. International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education, Volume 6, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 7-10