Date(s) - 17/01/2018
Let your imagination go wild… move your body, have fun and feel great.
No yoga or dance experience necessary.
Gord Downie (1964-2017), Tragically Hip said: “Music brings people together. So my function in anything I do is help bring people closer.”
Chair yoga dance uses an upbeat movement and motion musical flow based on the seven chakras (energy centres), working on cardiovascular fitness, increasing strength, mobility and visual skills all with the use of the chair. It is set to music from many traditions around the world. This is a delightful form of physical fitness that is designed for people who need and want to move their bodies, but are hindered because of illness, pain, or lack of mobility,( Arthritis, MS, Parkinson’s Disease, etc.) and people in wheelchairs.
Enjoy a practice that will leave you with a blissful body, joyous heart, and a steady and quiet mind.
In this four-hour interactive workshop learn how to create yoga dances in the chair.
Interested? Please join certified Let Your Yoga Dance Instructor Bobbi Greenberg on January 17 to share a joy-filled workshop dancing and playing together.
A native of Toronto, Canada Bobbi Greenberg, E-RYT, YACP is a member of Yoga Alliance and the Kripalu Yoga and Ayurveda Association. Bobbi has been deeply engaged in the practice of yoga for more than 30 years and has developed a passion in teaching a gentle practice specifically geared to the senior population. Bobbi is a certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor, certified Let Your Yoga Dance Teacher, and has completed additional training in yoga for seniors; yoga nidra; yoga for children and teens; pre and post-natal yoga; yoga for cancer and more.
This workshop qualifies for 4 CEUs with the Yoga Alliance.
This Workshop investment is: 450 mxn pesos or 25 usd ( + paypal fees of 2.50)
*Reserve with the Jan. 14 – 16 chair yoga certificate course and save $
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