I had so much fun teaching our first chair yoga class, on Monday.
And, I’m excited to announce we’re running regular classes, starting next Monday at 11am.
Learn more and book into chair yoga classes here.
Here’s what attendees are saying about chair yoga…
“After two knee replacements for arthritis, I felt unable to get up and down off the floor quickly. Which made me feel I couldn’t do yoga.
But, with chair yoga, I know I can do it and I feel way better for it. I feel more flexible, even after one class.”
– Nicola Krijger
“My main obstacle is getting up and down from the floor, gracefully; lack of strength in taking weight on right side, due to shoulder rotor cuff.
I’ve experienced flexibility on left side of neck… Stretching felt good. I also enjoyed the positive feeling from getting back into it; nice people; and calm clear instructions.
I recommend chair yoga, as it promotes exercise at any stage or ability.”
– Shelley Bunting
“I wasn’t sure how I would go, being hospitalized a lot, but was able to attempt all moves.
Really rapt I was able to participate, because I have been really crook.
I enjoyed stretching my abdomen, back, and neck.
There’s good energy and you feel better for it.”
– Leonie Middleton
Chair Yoga is not just for those with mobility issues, either.
It’s also good for anyone who wants to do something gentle & low-intensity, while enjoying the full benefits of regular yoga.
And, as several of Monday’s chair yoga group will tell you… it’s a real workout!
So, if you want to check out chair yoga, then click here:
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