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Chair Yoga beginning in March at Dominican Center at Marywood

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Are you interested in yoga, but would like a gentle class to begin? Then Chair Yoga is for you.
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Chair Yoga is for you if you would like to begin with a gentle class.

Chair Yoga is for you if you would like to begin with a gentle class. /Stock photo purchased from www.fotolia.com; edited by RSteers, DCM

Map to free parking at Dominican Center

Map to free parking at Dominican Center

Are you interested in yoga, but would like a gentle class to begin? Then Chair Yoga is for you. In this safe and supportive class you will gently move your body using a chair to help you cultivate flexibility, strength and balance. The chair will serve to assist you in exploring seated movements, standing/balancing poses, and as a tool to help you get up and down from the floor (should you need assistance). Deep breathing and rest will be woven throughout. You will leave feeling refreshed and energized, yet calm and relaxed. No need to be self-conscious. This is a great group of people who would like to know more about yoga and are reluctant to go to a class. Find out if chair yoga is for you. Come to one or all sessions. Cost is $10.00 per session if you register in advance by phone (616.454.1241 Option 5) or online. Walk-ins are welcome: price at the door is $12.00. Click on date or dates below and register now. We look forward to seeing you in this new class. Classes held from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. on the below dates (No class in July).

 

Instructor: Susan Duesbery, DCM adjunct and adjunct instructor at Wester Michigan University

Cost: $10.00 each–walk-ins are welcome as space permits for $12.00 per session.

Info/Register: March 14, 2013 || April 11, 2013 || May 9, 2013 || June 13, 2013 || August 8, 2013

 

 

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