Dec 11 - Dec 17
$10 per class
All times PDT
Who This is For
There are many reasons why we tend to slow down and become more sedentary with age. It may be due to health problems, weight or pain issues, or worries about falling. But no matter your age or physical condition it is never too late to take up a Have-A-Seat Yoga program.
A significant benefit of introducing corporate wellness programs into your workplace is improving employees mental and physical health. Healthy employees are more productive, happier, less stressed and work with increased morale.
Physical rehabilitation can get you back to your prior level of function or maximum potential after a major injury, surgery, fall, disease, or another event that led to deconditioning. Not only will you increase your strength, but you may reduce pain and increase your activity tolerance, endurance, and balance.
You don’t need to have full mobility to experience the health benefits of Have-A-Seat Yoga. According to the Center for Disease Control more than 1 in 4 US adults age 18-64 have a disability. Adults with disabilities are three times more likely to have heart disease, stroke, diabetes, or cancer than adults without disabilities.
Meet your Instructor
My journey with yoga began when I was 40 years old and recovering from thyroid cancer. I had three separate surgeries in three years and also a round of radiation that left me weak, frightened and wondering how I would gain not only my physical strength back, but more importantly, my emotional and spiritual strength.
I stumbled on a yoga class that was scheduled to be a pilates class and was hooked! Yoga provided me an opportunity to rebuild my strength at my own pace with no judgement.
As I became stronger physically, it allowed me to grow my emotional and spiritual strength too. That is the essence of yoga - creating balance and harmony and taking what you have learned and applying it into your daily life.
Kelly is a certified 200/hr Registered Yoga Instructor and a member of Yoga Alliance and The International Council on Active Aging. She is a proud mother of three grown children who are her most prized possession and continues to raise her “fourth baby” with gratitude and devotion, Have-A-Seat Yoga.
Benefits of Have-A-Seat Yoga
Reduction in stress, anxiety and insomnia
Oxygenates the blood, brain and internal organs
Lowers blood pressure
Stimulates brain activity
Relieves head, neck and back strain