8 Tuesdays: March 2nd – April 20th
8 Tuesdays: May 4th-June 22nd
Zoom with Ann * Tuesdays at 11am
Pull up a chair to practice self-care! All ages and mobility levels are welcome. Learn calming breathing practices, refreshing stretches, and specific yoga poses adapted for the chair, including some standing poses. Cap it off with a relaxation practice and tips for how to take your yoga practice into your everyday routine.
Our 60-min classes are designed to develop and maintain the strength, flexibility, balance and agility needed to stay active as we age. We hope to create a space where you feel supported exactly as you are, with expert guidance on how to progress safely towards your wellness goals in both mind and body.
We need stable routine, and we need fellowship. Join our Chair Yoga community for the entire series to receive access to class recordings and personal practice tips each week. (Or drop in to individual classes as your schedule allows.) You’ll receive a Zoom link a few hours before each class you’re registered for. The next series will begin May 4th-June 22nd.
New! Community Pricing:
- Helper: I can help someone else – $100 for 8 classes, drop in $15
- Helpee: I need a little help – $70 for 8 classes, drop in $10
- Attend any 4 classes out of the 8 by entering “HALF” as a coupon code upon checkout, for 50% reduction in price.
- You can always pay by check! Just email Ann to let her know: email@example.com
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Ann Grace MacMullan is a certified yoga instructor (E-RYT 200, RYT 500) and believes in the therapeutic value of yoga for everyone, no matter what age, level of fitness, or life circumstance. Ann is currently pursuing her C-IAYT, certification in Yoga Therapy. She has been teaching yoga and meditation throughout the Philadelphia area for over five years.
Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.-Bhagavad Gita
Looking for props to help support your practice? Limited supplies of gently used block/strap sets available to those in the Wallingford-Swarthmore-Media, PA area for hand-delivery.
Age is not a disease. It’s a state to which we aspire. As we age, all kinds of things happen, like growing wiser and getting to know ourselves better, and developing gratitude for any level of health or fitness that we maintain. There’s also the harsh bio-mechanical reality to aging…