Feel Good Chair Yoga – Live Online Improve Your Flexibility, Balance and Sesne of Humor

Discover the benefits of Chair Yoga, a form of yoga that is practiced while seated in a chair or using a chair for support during standing poses. Ideal for individuals who have difficulty getting up and down from the floor or limited mobility, Chair Yoga is designed to make yoga accessible to everyone, including seniors and people with disabilities.

8 Wednesdays, March 15–May 3 and a Special Saturday class on Digestive Health

10:00 am (Pacific Time) 1pm (Eastern Time) 30 Minute Classes  

Class recordings are available on demand during the series, so you won’t miss out if you can’t make it live.

Incorporating gentle stretches, twists, and poses, Chair Yoga helps to increase flexibility, balance, and circulation. This low-impact form of exercise also includes breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and humor to reduce stress and promote overall wellness. Suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels, Chair Yoga is a safe and convenient way to improve your physical and mental health.

*Digestive Health Bonus Class included May 13th 9am (Pacific Time) 12 (Eastern Time)

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Chair Yoga Benefits:

•   increase range of motion in your joints

•   improve your posture

•   reduce joint pain and build tensile strength

•   better balance

•   strengthen your digestion

•   more ease bending down to pick things up

•   increase the stability of the muscles around your bones

Chair Yoga Will Help You With:

•   restful sleep

•   feeling calm

•   strengthening your immune system

•   becoming more resilient

•   greater flexibility, mobility, and agility

Photo of Happy Chair Yogi’s



Tight Hips? Do these 3 Yoga Stretches to Loosen your Hips #hipexererices

Open your flow of energy and meridians that run up and down your body to feel oh so good!

Did you know you have over 20 muscles that cross the hip?

A collection of inner thigh muscles known as the adductors, the collection of outer thigh muscles known as the abductors, the hip flexors in front, deep lateral rotators in back, and more. 

Tight hips affect your ability to simply bend over to pick up something up from the floor.

Hip openers improve your range of motion and circulation and decreased back pain. Hip stretches also keep the joints and muscles in good alignment.

Yogic tradition holds the hips as a storage ground for negative feelings and unaddressed emotions. Hip-opening can create space for the birth of new ideas. Loosening the hips can create an energetic shift or release as well.

Stay connected to Health and Joy with Patricia Becker


How to Strengthen your Arms and Shoulders, 3 times a week!

If you don’t lift heavy things, your arms and shoulders muscles will get weak.

Do you want to rely on asking someone else to pick up heavy items for you?

As I am out and about in the community, kind people will offer to help me lift items.

No thank you, I can do it. It may take a little longer and I enjoy the practice.

“If you don’t use it, you lose it”

Here is a 4-minute video with arm and shoulder strengthening exercises.

Practice playfully 3 times a week. 🦾

You are invited to join us for Aging with Grace Yoga 

and Feel-Good Chair Yoga

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You Rock Yoga!

Greetings 🌲 Have you been out for forest bathing lately?

There are happy healing benefits to be out of our buildings, under the sky with our feet on the earth instead of on concrete.

People who spend time in the forest experience decreased cortisol (stress hormone) levels, which can help relieve high blood pressure, heart conditions, skin conditions, and asthma.

By reducing stress levels your body’s natural immunity defense systems are able to work their magic. 🌍

Trees release oils into the air, called phytoncides, and inhaling these natural essences can actually help to boost your immune system.

Take little steps to greater health with a walk in the woods, at the Baylands or at the beach. 🐋

My longtime friend, Ilona and I take walks together about once a week.

She is a good videographer, and we like sharing stretches so you can radiate good feelings in your body, mind and heart. 

Watch our video and answer the question in YouTube comment section!

See you on YouTube 👍

Patricia