Chair Yoga with Rachel
Please join me in one of many prerecorded classes (see link below)
Specializing in high quality yoga instruction for seniors
Chair Yoga, Therapeutic Adaptive Yoga,
Parkinson's Disease, other movement disorders
& Fall Prevention
To purchase a gift card to use at in person classes click the link below to choose the amount you wish to gift.
Chair yoga/yoga provides many benefits for seniors or those with limited mobility, including:
Increased range of motion
Restores joint mobility & flexibility
Helps with stress relief
Strengthens joints & muscles
Improves foot health
Improved mental ability
Yoga easily adapts to the varied levels of fitness & flexibility of seniors.
A simple straight backed chair can be used to help provide support, allowing anyone to participate & gain the enjoyment of regular exercise. When done in a small group setting this has the added benefit of creating a great environment to make new friendships.
Classes are held at:
The Estuary, 220 Main Street in Old Saybrook.
Classes are Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10.00am.
Drop in rate $10.00 or purchase a ten class card for $80.00.
First class is complimentary.
Class cards are valid for one year.
On Line Classes Now Available On Demand
By clicking an individual video below, you will have the option to rent the video and take the class in the comfort of your own home. Rentals last for 5 days.
Payment is on a sliding scale - you can pay what you can afford (with a small minimum)
Or sign up for All Access on Demand Classes for just $40 for 30 days.
Sign up by hitting this button.
** Teaser for my Chair Yoga DVD! **
I am excited to share highlights from my latest Chair Yoga DVD that was released in March, 2020.
Filmed during one of my classes at the Estuary Council of Seniors in Old Saybrook, you will be able to follow me and take a class in the comfort of your own home. Divided in chapters so that you can play the entire DVD or skip to the part you want to focus on!
$1.00 from each copy sold will be donated to The Estuary Council of Seniors to help continue their work in the community.