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Senior Yoga Pros- Chair Yoga

February 15, 2018 - February 18, 2018

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$745 until 1/31/18

Senior Yoga Pros


Chair Yoga for Seniors and the Health Challenged

35 Yoga Alliance CEU’s

  • Chair yoga can make a difference in the lives of seniors and those that are health-challenged!
  • Expand Your Chair Yoga offering to more students!
  • Safely teach those with with osteoporosis, hip replacements and shoulder problems!
  • Make your classes more fun and interesting!
  • Attract more students to your classes!
  • Learn how to properly use inexpensive props with seniors!
  • Be coaching by two expert teachers!

Register early so you have plenty of time to read your fabulous resource materials:

Cost: $795 including lunches and materials

Your training includes:

  1. Extensive educational materials are included in your tuition
    1. Age Without Limits – Over 200 Chair and Standing Yoga Poses for Seniors and the Health-Challenged, a 393-page book with >700 pictures and step-by-step instructions.
    2. 100-page instructional manual on how to teach seniors — download from Internet
    3. Better Balance for Daily Living video of a 93-year-old woman doing yoga in her home.
  2. Coaching: how to observe, assess older adults
    1. Observe residents of an independent and assisted living center.
    2. See and talk to seniors from 60 to 90 doing an advanced chair yoga class.
    3. Plan a sequence of poses that will be good for the people you observe.
  3. Coaching:  how to teach poses
    1. Sitting in a chair
    2. Standing by a chair
    3. Hands on the chair seat
    4. Wall poses
    5. Pose modifications
    6. Unique use of props

Why Train to Teach Seniors and the Health Challenged?

  1. There is a tremendous demand for chair and standing yoga that does not require seniors to get up and down from the floor.
    1. 76.4 million boomers want to stay fit, stay healthy and enjoy their retirement.
    2. One in seven people in the USA is 65 and older
    3. The median income for this age group is increasing more rapidly than any other age groups. (US census 2015).
    4. One in three people doing yoga are over fifty and they need instructors who know how to teach them.
    5. This age group attends on a regular basis keeping your classes full.

Training open to:

  • Yoga teachers
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Body workers
  • Older adults
  • Caregivers

Educators  – Amy Kraft, E-RYT 500 and Janet Rae Humphrey, C-IAYT, E-RYT 200

  • Over 5,000 hours of training in functional anatomy, biomechanics and therapeutics
  • Combined 50-years teaching experience with students up to 100-years old
  • 20-years experience in medical research and clinical care including neuromuscular diseases

For your place at the next (Feb. 15-18, 2018) session Register and pay here.

Questions: Pros@SeniorYogaPros.com

Janet: 480 656-0791
Amy: 406 546-6922

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Amy Kraft
Janet Rae Humphrey