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The Benefits Of Chair Yoga
The ability to bend, twist, stretch, and move freely is important for more than doing yoga. The Rule is use it or lose it...... By gently challenging your body with chair yoga, you can actually increase your fexibility and improve your mobility.
(Proprioception or kinaesthesia, is the sense of self-movement and body position. It is sometimes described as the "sixth sense".The central nervous system integrates proprioception and other sensory systems, such as vision and the vestibular system, to create an overall representation of body position, movement, and acceleration) Yoga can be great to shift smoothly from one pose to another.
Using your muscles to complete yoga poses builds strength, tones and can assist in weight loss. It can also improve your body's ability to withstand injury
Researchers have repeatedly demonstrated that one of the perks of exercise is reduced pain. That’s because working out prompts the body to release natural painkillers like endorphins.
Maintaining a regular exercise routine is often associated with better sleep, and chair yoga is no exception. The exertion of this exercise can help ensure that you are ready to rest, and the accompanying reductions in stress and pain can reduce the chance that these disruptive discomforts will interfere with your ability to get a good night’s sleep.
I am a true testament to this and one of the reasons I took up yoga, and delved into it deeper, was due to a severe hamstring injury. The pain was at the time unbearable. I could not walk let alone do exercise, which was crippling given I was a fitness instructor.
I said NO to cortisone injection and pills that the western medical world wanted to offer me and started to do yoga. 3 months later, I was back into instructing classes as a personal trainer and fitness instructor with minimal pain. Participating in chair yoga allows you to capitalize on this natural form of pain relief.
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