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If you emerge from winter with joints that need to move, consider springing into action with Chair Yoga.
Jean Reimer, OP (Dominican Sister at Marywood) begins with simple stretches.

Jean Reimer, OP (Dominican Sister at Marywood) begins with simple stretches. /JChavez/DCM Staff

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Would you like to try yoga but you're intimidated by those pretzel-like positions you see in magazines? You really don't have to tie yourself in knots to do yoga. Chair Yoga might be for you.
 

A safe and supportive class, you will gently move your body using a chair to help cultivate flexibility, strength and balance. The chair serves to assist in seated movements and acts as a tool to help with standing and balancing poses.
 

Deep breathing and rest will be woven throughout. No need to be self-conscious. This program is for those of you who would like to know more about yoga but are reluctant to go to a general class. And you just might decide to stick with Chair Yoga.
 
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You won't have to do anything that your body won't appreciate. If you want to feel better, come give it a try. Cost is $10.00 per session, and runs from 4-5 pm on the following Thursdays (each link takes you to online registration for that specific date): March 14, 2013 || April 11, 2013 || May 9, 2013 || June 13, 2013 || August 8, 2013For information or to register by phone, call 616.514.3325. See map to free parking at lower right.

Walk-ins are welcome, but price at the door is $12.00 - still a reasonable fee.Come on over and give it a try. (Plan ahead for regular weekly sessions that are being scheduled for the fall.) We look forward to seeing you.

 
Your Yoga Guide
Susan Duesbery, pictured at right,  will be your guide. Click here to read more about Susan. A graduate of the Holistic Health Care Graduate Program at WMU, she holds a Certificate in Holistic Stress Management. You will be guided by an expert, pay less than almost anywhere else in the area, and come away feeling great.
 
 
 
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