It is never too late to create a healthy lifestyle and tone a healthier body. Yoga practice for active seniors is "the icing on the cake."
Many once believed that Yoga was some sort of foreign religion. All these ideas have been proven incorrect. The general population now...
Like other Yoga classes, Chair Yoga teaches modified forms of poses, breathing techniques, relaxation techniques, and meditation, to...
There is evidence to suggest that Yoga, one of the oldest healing traditions in the world, can be used to prevent and manage heart...
I have been comparing your Chair Yoga teacher certification course to the Restorative course and have questions.
What are the benefits of chair yoga? In this video lecture to yoga teachers, Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 explains what teachers can realistically expect by teaching chair yoga and office yoga sessions to students. Paul is the director of yoga teacher training at Aura Wellness Center in Attleboro, Massachusetts, USA and has been training teachers for three decades. He brings the experience of yoga teachers who are in the field and his own experiences in working with corporate facilities, adult day care, assisted living complexes, nursing homes, and senior centers.
In part three of this video series, the benefits of chair yoga training sessions are reviewed. This lecture by Dr. Paul Jerard. E-RYT 500, is based on feedback from yoga teachers who are actively teaching chair and office yoga classes.
This is Part 2 of a chair yoga series explaining the benefits students can expect. This yoga video was filmed at Aura Wellness Center and explains preventive care without common medicines by practicing chair yoga.
This is part one of a four part series about teaching chair yoga and the benefits that students have gained through this modified practice of hatha yoga. This lecture was filmed at Aura Wellness Center in Attleboro, Massachusetts, USA.
Discover how chair yoga has improved the lives of students of all ages. Chair yoga teachers can make a difference in the lives of seniors, trauma survivors, people suffering with neurological disorders and any medical condition that could put only one of us in a wheelchair.