With the amount of time people sit at their desks or travel on long flights, there has been an increased awareness to bring increased circulation and exercise into our daily routines. Practicing chair yoga can help improve flexibility and relief stiffness and cramps that come from being a sedentary worker.
For people with illnesses including chronic pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoporosis, and multiple sclerosis, chair yoga is the perfect kind of exercise. Additionally, it might help older individuals who find it difficult to perform the up-and-down motions of regular yoga. They can maintain their balance by doing chair yoga. Yoga has several advantages, including better mental health, more flexibility, and weight loss. It's crucial for senior individuals to incorporate exercises like chair yoga into their routines.
Dr. Aman Jain, Yoga Instructor
He is an experienced yoga professional with an experience of more than 2 decades. He is a practicing physician in Chandigarh for the last 15 years. He has been teaching Yoga, and Martial arts for over 20 years now. He has been running his own yoga and fitness Studio in Chandigarh for the last 9 years- Amshi Fitness.
“After practicing a few postures suggested in the session, my body feels less stiff.” Pranav Kumar, Bank Manager
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