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What is Chair Yoga?
- Poses use a chair for support
- Focuses on increasing range of motion
Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga, done slowly and mindfully especially for those with limited mobility. However, chair yoga can also benefit active individuals who want to build strength and learn ways to stretch utilizing a chair for support. Anyone who suffers from joint or chronic pain, is recovering from surgery/injury, or experiences limited mobility can benefit from Chair Yoga. It is gentle enough to be accessible to everyone, yet can also be challenging enough to provide results.
More about Chair Yoga
I love teaching chair yoga because folks are surprised at how much of a workout it can be. It doesn’t matter if you have limited mobility or are an experienced yogi, chair yoga can benefit everyone. Using a chair for support in yoga poses helps practitioners increase range of motion, improve balance and build strength to move throughout their day with confidence.
An entire one-hour Chair Yoga class can be done at Yoga Mojo & Movement Therapy, and there is so much variety available that no two classes are identical. Plus, we’ll have fun together while practicing!
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Breathe, move and live – better.
If you are in chronic pain, experience limited mobility or are recovering from an injury or surgery, Chair Yoga may be ideal for you.
I would love to share the many benefits yoga has to offer with you so you can start strengthening your mobility and decreasing aches and pains. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
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Yoga Mojo & Movement Therapy
108 SE 124th Ave, Suite 18
Vancouver, WA 98684
Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm
By appointment only
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Yoga Mojo & Movement Therapy is conveniently located off I-205 and Mill Plain and serves all of the Clark County, Washington area including Vancouver, Washougal, Camas, Felida, Salmon Creek, Ridgefield, Battle Ground, Hockinson and La Center.The second exit after the NB I-205 bridge, Yoga Mojo is also quick and easy to get to from Portland, Oregon.