A chair yoga teacher training course is an eye opener, but to go out into the world teaching students is an awakening. Because of its promise for low impact activity that both strengthens the body and makes it more flexible, yoga is becoming ever more popular among seniors. In fact, most people past middle age acknowledge how important to their health a regular activity is, and medical research demonstrates the necessity for body weight strength exercises that build muscle and can help reverse bone loss, as well.
Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 speaks to you in this short lecture about the importance of proper alignment, making adjustments to students, and modifications with props in Tree Pose. What should Yoga teachers know about Tree Posture? Tree is one of the most well-known and easily accessible balancing postures of yoga. This simple yoga posture helps [...]