Today's Senior is not your average grandparent! Yoga can keep you mobile and agile. Classes can be designed to assist your golf game or increase daily energy needs. Some of our favorite classes formats can increase yoga golf swing, enhance your dances moves and or improve your riding skills.
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Schedule a private or semi-private aqua yoga class and experience the bliss and relaxation of aqua yoga all while maintaining social distancing.
Aqua yoga is a form of yoga where the asanas are performed in water. It can be a pool of warm water or more natural, open water like the ocean. It is a gentle and low-impact activity and as such may be more accessible to those having trouble with physical exercising.
Aqua Yoga adapts the postures and concepts of yoga to the aquatic environment, including breathing and consciousness. Due to the effect on the body of being in water, it's a particularly relaxing, soothing and restorative form of yoga.
Balance is the one human skill that can not be cross trained. Meaning you have to practice balance to have it. Stronger legs will not increase the vestibular system.
Along with instability, as we age our back care becomes a focus of a healthy productive lifestyle.
Yoga is scientifically proven to alleviate back pain and increase your range of motion.
Best of all for: beginners eager to learn and perfectionists
This is a precision practice. Instructors encourage students to focus on alignment and feel the role of each muscle in each pose. As a result, alignment focused classes will hold poses much longer than many other yoga practices.
Unlike faster-paced yoga styles, this class gives you the opportunity to learn how to get into a pose and how to use props — blocks, straps, blankets, or chairs — to support yourself in a position.
This type of yoga isn't going to count as a cardio workout, but you'll definitely gain knowledge of your body and alignment.
Best for: Beginners, older adults, and individuals with chronic conditions, balance issues, or injuries
Can't get down on the floor, feel comfortable standing for a long time, or recovering from injury that doesn't allow you to do your usual business? The Chair Yoga may be your answer.
A chair allows you to perform yoga poses while sitting or helps to support you while standing. Some classes may only use chair poses, but many beginner-friendly classes may provide a chair and allow you to choose whether or not you want to use it for some — or all — posses.
Best for: beginners, older athletes, and people with muscle stiffness or balance problems
Similar to restorative classes, yin yoga is a slow-paced, meditative practice that gives your muscles a break and allows the gravitation to perform work during poses.
You can expect to breathe in one posture or stretch for a few minutes, usually three to five, but some instructors may stay longer. This is targeted at dense connective tissue in the body that can become particularly stiff in older adults.
Yin is a great opportunity for beginners, older athletes, and anyone who spends a lot of time sitting or hunched over, because poses are held longer, it's an opportunity to really counter the positions that we hold throughout the rest of our lives.
Yin is also a great option for people with balance problems, as all poses are done on the floor.