I periodically change the resources posted here, based on the needs of my current students. If you like any of these resources:
A mat practice for spine, core, hips, hamstrings.
Try this after too much sitting!
A centering and balance practice.
Essentrics Workouts for Shoulders, Upper Back & Pectoral Stretch.
No mat required!
Tai Chi is often described as meditation in motion. A gentle form of movement that can help maintain strength, balance, and flexibility.
Jessica takes you through a basic home exercise routine for a variety of knee injuries and pain. As a physical therapist, these are the knee pain exercises she gives to most of her clients with knee pain.
Check out this practice you can do in your bed!
Dr. Loren Fishman explains his "12-Minute Daily Yoga Regimen that Reverses Osteoporotic Bone Loss." Learn more about the medical study here.
If this practice is too fast for you, watch the video and write down the 12 poses, then do them at your own pace. Use the video for reminders and options.
If you miss taking dance classes, check out this graceful video from Jennifer Kries - Master Pilates Instructor and fitness pioneer.
The music is just as lovely as the movement!
Somatic Psoas Release (6-min)
Anyone can benefit from these gentle moves!
Created by therapists for multiple levels.
If you're ready to do more standing with your chair practice, try this new routine!
A relaxing and restorative practice.
Discover your Qi!
This YOQI qigong flow routine is designed for beginners to gently move and circulate your qi energy.
Do not let the word "Athlete" intimidate you from checking out this practice!
This practice is also for Chair Sitters who want to open up their front side.
Author of The Athlete's Pocket Guide to Yoga.
Not all exercise is suitable for everyone. This, or any exercise program, could result in injury. Always consult your doctor before embarking on this, or any exercise program.
To reduce the risk of injury, never force or strain. Always take care when determining your ability to do the exercises offered in any in-person or recorded class, especially if you have a particular injury or condition. If you feel pain, discomfort, dizziness, DO NOT CONTINUE.