Accessible Yoga  | Gentle Chair Yoga

| Gentle Chair Yoga Program |

  G   037_Happy Yoga Sunflower Sunset

Bask in the setting sun over the vast sunflower fields of summer as we enjoy a modified yoga practice using a chair for support. Including gentle seated sun salutations along with easy to follow yoga moves to create more ease in the hands, neck, shoulders, back, hips and more.

  B   001_Alternate Nostril Breathing

A 5 minute breathing technique that helps keep create more calm, clarity and ease in the mind and body. Use this practice to help restore imbalances in the brain, clear your energy channels, improve your sleep, release tension and calm your nervous system. Try starting slowly with 1 or 2 rounds and gradually increase as you continually tune into the body. Keep your eyes closed throughout and cultivate taking long, deep, smooth breaths without force or effort. Sit quietly for a few moments after you have finished and enjoy the benefits.

  MB   014_Happy Yoga Desert Sunset
Enjoy the glorious desert sunset, gaining clarity and stability with an accessible yoga practice while using a chair for support. Including seated sun salutations, stretches to open the hips and release tension in the spine and a standing sequence linking breath with movement, building strength, balance and focus.

  M   002_Meditation for Relaxation

 

Breathe in the luminous ocean sunset as we take a few minutes to reconnect to the natural rhythm of your breath. Allow the peaceful ocean waves to calm and soothe your body, feeling recharged and relaxed!

  G   036_Happy Yoga Cascading River

Allow the resplendent river energy to recharge your body as we explore a modified seated yoga practice using a chair for support. Including gentle sun salutations along with easy to follow yoga moves to create more ease in the hands, neck, shoulders, back, hips and more.

  B   002_Square Breath Technique

The square breath is designed to create balance and help cleanse your entire nervous system by inhaling and exhaling in equal parts. It is called square breathing because you create a box with your breath. As you practice this technique and your lung capacity expands, you can begin to increase the number of seconds from 4 to 5 to 6 and so on.