For Seniors

It's never too late to take up a Have-A-Seat
Yoga Program!

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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.

According to the CDC, all older adults can benefit from regular physical activity. Not only can it
positively affect our physical health in many ways but also our emotional and mental well being.

The National Institute on Health and Aging has shown that it is important for seniors to get all four types of exercise:

Endurance
Strength training
Balance
Flexibility

Have-A-Seat Yoga combines all of the above in a gradual and inviting physical, emotional and mental experience. And Healthday reported in a study that exercise protects the aging brain and networking functioning improves with physical activity.

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Testimonials

Karen S.
Rancho Santa Fe

“Kelly’s class is comprehensive by providing breathing exercises, excellent stretching techniques with overall benefits to the whole body. Her wise guidance in yoga, provides her students with improved balance, breathing and tranquility."

Anisa E.
Activities Director - Westmont Encinitas

“Have-A-Seat Yoga is a great program for older adults!  Our residents really enjoy her program and feel more confident coming to yoga knowing it is all seated. They really feel that it benefits their well being and they look forward to her coming every week!”

Kay M.
Rancho Santa Fe

“I look forward to my class with Kelly.  As the time disappears, my “monkey brain” ceases and a serenity envelops me.  Thank you Kelly for your spirit and guidance.

A grateful pupil, Kay”

I've Worked With

Brookdale Senior Living

Stellar Senior Living

Casa Aldea

Casa de Manana

Belmont Village

Atria Senior Living

Wesley Palms

Merril Gardens

Westmont Living