Details for YOGA ON A CHAIR - Ad from 2019-10-17

Looking for a way to take your outdoor exercise inside for safety and pleasure during the colder months? Why not consider joining us for a Chair Yoga class sometime soon? Are you thinking it would be too easy? Compared to what? The more you stretch, lift, bend, reach, and build resistance with props, the more benefit you will derive. Or maybe you think it would be too hard? Rarely have I heard that complaint from the over 850 individuals who have tried Chair Yoga over the past six years. If there are problem areas, hold back on your effort for those stretches, or skip them entirely, or try a modification to make it more comfortable. Hour-long classes in Racine and Kenosha lead to improved muscle tone, more flexible joints, improved circulation and respiration, steadier balance, greater stress-relief and a general feeling of well being. Men and women are welcome. Classes are on-going, so please jump in whenever it works for your schedule. Dress in comfortable clothes and wear socks; everything else is provided for you. Remember: What you don’t use (muscles, joints, balance, strength, coordination), you lose. Never will you hear “go for the burn” or “no pain, no gain”. You may hear “do what you can”. Just start where you are, put forth the effort that is right for you, and you will be moving in the direction of positive change. in Racine Covenant Presbyterian Church 40 Ohio Street Mondays and Thursdays 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. in Kenosha Wesley United Methodist Church 4700-60th Street (Hwy.K) Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. Cost: Try a class for $9 but if you decide to return, apply that $9 to the cost of a pass: $55 for an 8-class pass ($6.88), or $30 for a 4-class pass ($7.50). Passes never expire. For more information, e-mail or call the certified yoga teacher, Jana Gasiorkiewicz, at or 262-498-4098.

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