For individuals with arthritis in their hips, knees, and low back, this Sun Salutation variation uses the back of a chair. An accessible version of the classic sequence, it helps to lengthen and strengthen the back body and lubricate all the joints.
Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar) traditionally is a sequence of twelve poses that strengthens and brings flexibility to the legs, shoulder, back, and chest. This version is done using a chair to accommodate times when you would prefer not to get down on the floor, such as when traveling. Be sure to place your chair against a wall for safety.
This seated version of a Sun Salutation strengthens the arms, legs, core, and back muscles. Just because it’s done in a chair, don’t think it’s easy! There is plenty of challenge here along with the classic benefits of this twelve pose sequence that bring flexibility and mobility to the entire body.
A floor sequence for balancing the sun and moon, or yin and yang energies in the body. Includes a 10-minute interoceptive breath practice in which we explore the effects of Surya Bhedana (sun breathing), Chandra Bhedana (moon breathing) and Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing).
This 60-minute chair yoga practice and meditation focus on acknowledging all the things that fill our hearts with love and gratitude.
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