“Gate Latch Pose”, version I’m demoing works the whole body from toes to fingers.
“Windshield Wiper Twist”, just like your car’s windshield wipers, is a gentle smooth twist that most people enjoy. I use it mostly in my classes as a warmup or finishing pose.
“Standing Lunge with Chair”, is a modified pose using a chair for balance and safety. You’ll be using your bodies weight to strengthen and stretch your pelvis, legs and more.
“Chair, Back-bend” a powerful pose physically and especially mentally.
Barefoot “Standing Heel Raises” are a great way to strengthen and stretch the toes, ankles and knees
My friend and fellow yogi Joyce Eubanks asked me to like this Face Book page, “Yoga Enlarged”, I did and I think it’s great! I’ve had students tell me they can’t do yoga because there to big.
Squats are definitely an exercise that builds strength in your legs to help with stability. But also works the whole body, all your muscle groups. This “Modified Chair Squat” is a body-weight squat where we are using our own bodies weight.
This modified Downward Dog pose uses the seat of a chair for this Downward Facing Dog version.
This modified Downward Dog pose feels GREAT and works for those with limited mobility.