The Best Is Yet To Come Yoga50Plus, Yoga on a Chair?
(as of Dec 25,2019 15:30:55 UTC – Details)
The Best is Yet to Come: Yoga on a chair? Try if you dare! Are you interested in Yoga for Seniors? Would you like to do yoga but you can’t sit comfortably in Easy Pose any more? Or do you teach Kundalini Yoga and want to make it more accessible for beginners who are in the second half of their lives. This book will give you the answers to these questions and more. Its practical knowledge is based on many years of teaching Yoga to older students. There are many seniors who don’t want to face the challenges of a “normal” class but still want to experience yoga. With this book you will learn how to adapt the most popular kundalini yoga poses and exercise sets and suit them to your needs and abilities. The Best is Yet to Come helps you to minimize the unwelcome symptoms of declining physical activity and to perceive the aging process as a benefit, a stage of maturation, which opens you up to a transformation from sheer physicality to powerful wisdom and insight. The concept is based on two pillars – the physical and subtle. On the physical level, the five main objectives of The Best is Yet to Come are: an upright and flexible spine, a stable pelvic floor, deep breathing, and balance and coordination skills. Progress in these areas is a guarantee of quality, as you grow older. At a subtle level, The Best is Yet to Come helps you to align and renew your life in relation to the changing conditions and challenges of the aging process. The wide range of meditations found in the teachings of Yogi Bhajan offers the perfect tools for “aging successfully.” In this Yoga for Seniors Manual, you will find: Over 400 illustrations 21 Kundalini yoga sets inspired by Yogi Bhajan Senior-friendly modified yoga postures Senior-specific warm-up sequences Partner yoga exercises and Venus Kriyas And a variety of additional exercises for specific body parts Plus many tips for yoga teachers!