I take this class (free) at my YMCA. It’s only 30 minutes but it is so good. Stretching and restful music makes the time fly. The instructor changes the routines so it’s not boring. For people who hate to exercise this is the answer.
I agree, Jane. I’ve tried traditional, but “gentle,” Yoga and chair Yoga. Both have helped me become more limber, but I’ve found that it’s difficult to stick with it. I enjoy upper-body exercises, using weight machines, but the stretching that Yoga provides is really more important.
I also hate exercise, I so use yoga chair, and really it’s so good, I bought mine one from Reecoupons by using online coupons and really it’s worth buying for me, I suggest you must buy it you will feel much better after using this.
Chair yoga<span style=”color: #202124; font-family: arial, sans-serif;”> is a gentle form of </span>yoga<span style=”color: #202124; font-family: arial, sans-serif;”> that can be done while sitting. Some poses can also be done standing using a </span>chair<span style=”color: #202124; font-family: arial, sans-serif;”> for support. </span>Chair yoga<span style=”color: #202124; font-family: arial, sans-serif;”> can improve your flexibility, concentration and strength, while boosting your mood, and reducing stress and joint strain.</span>
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