Chair Yoga for Dummies (Paperback)
If you can sit in a chair, you can enjoy the benefits of yoga
Chair Yoga For Dummies is a guide to developing a yoga practice that you can do while seated in a chair. Traditional yoga poses can be replicated as sitting yoga poses and stretches, enjoyable and accessible for people at all levels of experience and mobility. There's a reason yoga has been around for thousands of years. Practicing chair yoga regularly can decrease your blood pressure, anxiety, inflammation, and chronic pain. It also increases flexibility, balance, and strength. And it helps you sleep better, too. All you need to get started is yourself, a chair, and this book--couldn't be simpler.
With this book on your desk, you can infuse a little namaste into your office routine or build a personalized home practice that fits your lifestyle and abilities. You'll learn specific poses to target problem areas, and guidance on creating your own chair yoga workout plan. Practitioners can achieve meditation, flexibility goals, and more.
- Get guidance on creating your own custom chair yoga workout plan
- Reduce stress, get stronger, and feel healthier--without leaving your seat
- Enjoy the benefits of yoga adapted to office workers and those with decreased mobility
- Learn proper technique and alignment from clear illustrations and descriptions
Stay active while seated
About the Author
Larry Payne, PhD, is the president of The International Association of Yoga Therapists. He founded Samata International Yoga and Health Center and is the author of Yoga After 50 For Dummies. Don Henry is a Yoga therapist who has been teaching Yoga for more than a decade. He is a member of the Writer's Guild of America.