Chair Yoga for You : A Practical Guide
Chair Yoga for You is a practical guide, giving you easy-to-follow instructions for over 80 poses and exercises. Included are basic yoga principles and guidelines, breathing techniques, seated and standing poses, hand, feet and eye exercises, meditation and recommended sequences. For easy visualization of poses, we include black and white photos for most poses. Yoga instructors needing ideas for chair yoga classes can quickly find cues for poses and structure sequences. We hope you find that this is the most extensive book about chair yoga available.
- Paperback | 82 pages
- 200.66 x 248.92 x 10.16mm | 181.44g
- 20 Apr 2011
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- North Charleston SC, United States
- black & white illustrations
About Olivette Baugh Robinson
Clarissa C. Adkins Clarissa is YogaFit trained, RYT 200 (Registered Yoga Teacher), with a passion for the study of all styles of yoga, especially Ashtanga and Iyengar. Her background includes a BA in English from James Madison University (1997), teaching English in Japan, and learning yoga from her father starting at age 14. She spends time coordinating yoga classes, teaching yoga, and freelance writing. Much of her writing appears on Livestrong.com. In 2011, she celebrated her six-year anniversary as a yoga instructor. Olivette Baugh Robinson Olivette was born in Petersburg, Virginia, in 1925. She received a MA degree in Early Childhood Education from NYU in 1953. After enjoying a long career as the director of a day care center in Brooklyn, New York, Olivette discovered yoga. In 1994, she took the month-long teacher training course to become a certified Sivananda Yoga instructor. She began teaching yoga classes and chair yoga classes in senior centers in Queens, New York. Having moved to Midlothian, Virginia, she introduced chair yoga to one of the YMCAs in 2001. Olivette continues teaching yoga, chair yoga, gentle yoga, and kids yoga at YMCAs, a retirement community, and a senior center. At age 86, she feels blessed to be able to continue teaching yoga. Barbara Leaf Stewart Barbara has an MS in Physiology from Florida State University. During her thirty-year career in college teaching at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College (Professor Emeritus), she worked on the national, regional, and local level advancing science education and teacher preparation. Her yoga practice began in 1985. Retirement gave her the opportunity to fulfill her long-term dream and complete the Teacher Training Course at the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre (RYT 200). Barbara currently teaches yoga in the Richmond, Virginia, region.