Wellness for Seniors

Seniors can benefit physically, mentally, and emotionally from wellness practices. Whether you can move comfortably through yoga poses, or you are new to yoga, there is a class for you. New age yoga classes, like chair yoga, welcome all levels of practitioners. Safely incorporating balance, focus, strength, and lots of fun. Seniors have a blast practicing yoga, especially in groups. Wellness practices are suggested to have amazing health benefits for seniors.

Servicing

Age Restricted Communities * Retirement Communities

Residential Care Homes * Independent Living

Continuing Care Retirement Communities * Assisted Living Communities

Nursing Homes * Skilled Nursing Facilities * Senior Wellness Communities

Benefits

delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease * fight memory loss * depression * control anxiety

improve circulation * joint mobility * respiration * heart health * digestion * immune functions * sleep quality

increase  strength * flexibility * balance * bone mineral density weight loss * productivity

reduce heart rate * blood pressure * cortisol levels * inflammation * stress

decrease chronic pain * susceptibility to colds and other illnesses

lengthen attention span * focus * efficiency *increase joy and happiness

regulate emotions * mood * build self-esteem * self-awareness  enrich creativity 

Creating community, both in person and virtual.

Popular Practices

Hatha Flow Yoga

Hatha flow is a balancing practice that is gentle on the body and heavily focused on the breath. Many of the poses within the hatha yoga practice focus on bringing balance to the body and building core strength.

All Meditation Practices 

Seniors have mature minds that are capable of comprehension, understanding, and other tools needed to practice meditation. For more information about all meditation styles visit the meditation practices page. >

Yoga for Circulation

Cold hands and feet? Deep breathing paired with specific yoga flows oxygenate the blood and improve circulation throughout the entire body.

Breathing Practices

Breathing is essential for everyone and is directly linked to our nervous system. We have the power to release endorphins, reduce blood pressure, and more by working on our breath. To view all breathing practices visit the breathing practices page.>

Yoga for Joint Mobility

Limited joint mobility, joint stiffness, and inflammation are problems many people face. Yoga provides the tools to free your joints while reducing inflammation. Say goodbye to aches and pains and give yourself the gift of better mobility.

Walker Yoga

Walker yoga offers the opportunity for people with movement limitations to practice yoga. With the support of a walker, yoga poses that require balance and stability can be practiced. 

Challenging yoga poses can now be explored like never before.

Desk/Chair Yoga

Yoga can truly be practiced anywhere. Desk/chair yoga allows people to practice small exercises that will improve their day to day function while seated for long periods of time while working and traveling.

Yoga for Deep Sleep

We all can relate to sleepless nights. By combining deep breathing with gentle flows, yin, and restorative postures yoga will put your tired mind to rest. Say goodbye to sleepless nights!

Agua Yoga

Exercising in water allows us to move without the restraint of gravity. With the use of pool noodles, straps, and other aqua props even the most challenging yoga poses can be practiced with ease.

4-7-8 Breath

A breathing practice designed to combat stress instantly! This way of breathing calms the nervous system when experiencing stress and anxiety. An easy exercise to incorporate into busy schedules as it can be completed under a minute!

Yoga for Back Pain

Got back pain? Yoga can help! Yoga is a healthy way to ease muscular tension, expel spinal toxins, and decompress joints like the spinal vertebrae. With effective methods you can ease back pain or possibly eliminate it completely through your practice.

Yin + Restorative Yoga

Feel your stress melt away with each breath. Yin and restorative yoga ease tension in the body. Stretching postures are held anywhere from 1-10 minutes making this relaxation take over an experience to remember.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

If you're looking to challenge yourself and break a sweat then a vinyasa flow practice is your you! Internal heat is built in the body from the inside out. Using only one breath per movement when moving from one pose to another. Endurance and strength increase while quenching your workout thirst.

Sound Healing

Sound healing is the practice of using sound to heal the body, mind, and soul. Using instruments, frequencies, singing bowls, and vocalization sound surrounds the body and create a safe space to channel love and heal, 

Power Flow Yoga

Power flow is similar to a vinyasa class in intensity, but the structor differs. Not only will consistent yoga flows challenge your endurance, but longer holds in more challenging postures will challenge and increase your strength at a higher rate.