Teaching Chair Yoga Online I do remember the day the lockdown had come in. I was distressed about the amount of people I had seen walking across the park situated at the front of my house. It was like the busiest, sunniest bank holiday and I was distressed because I had also come to theContinue reading “The New Normal”
I have been teaching chair yoga for 3 years now and it has been an amazing learning journey. I always thought, because of where I started with my yoga practice, that I would be heading in the vinyasa-ashtanga direction. In complete contrast now, I am making yoga accessible to the elderly and less abled. MyContinue reading “The Role of Adaptation in Chair Based yoga”
Yoga together while staying apart COVID-19 has shaken my and all of our lives to our core, unemployment and homeschooling became part of the current reality. It’s tough.Scared and anxious at the start; for my health, and my income, I slowly got my head around a new routine and things started to flow again; aContinue reading “WEATHERING THE STORM”
5 reasons why you should be teaching chair yoga already This is a very strange time for all of us all, all over the globe. The very vast and fast spread of COVID19 is affecting all of us in our homes and communities. What is coming through, as an underlying theme, is how dependant weContinue reading “Online Chair Based Yoga”
Chair based yoga is already an adapted form of practice, either sitting on a chair or standing by the chair or using it as a prop to support your yoga practice. During my time teaching chair based yoga I have discovered that although this is already an adapted yoga practice, even more adaptation is requiredContinue reading “Adaptation in Chair Based Yoga”
The media these days create an impression that yoga is only for the young and flexible, an image that does not reflect the benefits of yoga, which are for everyone.If you can breath, you can do yoga is one saying and indeed there is a large range of modified practices that are suitable for everyone,Continue reading “The W’s of Chair Based Yoga”
THE DO’S AND DON’TS Life expectancy in the UK is around 79yo for men and 83yo for women. The Uk’s population is aging and by 2050 1 in 4 people in the UK will be over 65yo. People are definitely living longer.We all want to live happy healthy lives, but getting older comes with itsContinue reading “YOGA FOR OSTEOPOROSIS”
I have found great pleasure in teaching chair based yoga classes. The participants are often very receptive to the practices and are looking forward coming back to the classes every week. It gives me great satisfaction to watch my students progress with their poses and benefit deeply from the practices on a different level overContinue reading “4 Principles of Teaching Chair Based Yoga”
When I declare to people that I am a yoga teacher, they often reply “you must be very flexible to do that”. The truth is I am flexible; flexible in the way I think, flexible in the way I approach my life and business, flexible in the way I teach my yoga classes. This initiallyContinue reading “6 STANDING, CHAIR BASED YOGA POSE ADAPTATIONS.”
As the year comes to a close it is only natural to contemplate the year that has just been, the highs and the lows.
Discover 5 alternative ways to express gratitude beyond writing a journal.