Senior yoga Classes and Courses for 60+ Students
Yoga is a great way to keep yourself feeling vibrant and healthy as you age. Yoga has no age limit. In fact, older adults have the most to gain by engaging in safe and mindful movement practices, relaxation, and meditation.
Over time, a regular yoga practice will help you:
Reduce Stress, Hypertension, and chronic pain
Improve bone health
Manage anxiety and improve mental wellbeing
Decrease pain associated with Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, and other conditions
Improve strength, mobility, and balance
Be social and fun! It's a great way to connect with friends - and meet new people.
If you feel like you’re not flexible, young, or fit enough to do yoga, it’s OK! You’re not alone - these are the most common hesitations we hear from new students. Let go of your worries and simply show up. Over time, you will improve your flexibility and strength, feel younger, and experience a greater sense of peace in your life.
Our teachers are experienced and skilled at working with students with a variety of health concerns and injuries. Our focus is helping you modify yoga for your own needs and goals.
Starting Yoga After 60 Courses - A Great Way to Get Started
Prefer to join a regularly scheduled class instead of or in addition to a course?
We recommend that you start with one of the following classes if you've never done yoga before, have just a little experience, or have a particular health concern or injury:
60+ Yoga Open Classes (these classes are regularly scheduled classes that run on an ongoing basis - not to be confused with the Starting Yoga After 60 courses)
Chairs are optional in all of these classes to give you more support if you need it.
Before you arrive, it's good to know ...
Arriving at Class
All classes start on time. We encourage you to arrive 10 minutes before class time to give yourself time to set up you mat, bring yourself present, and connect with others. If this is your first visit, you may want to arrive a little earlier to fill out our new student form and get acclimated.
Pre-registering for Classes
We appreciate online pre-registrations because it makes check-in move more smoothly and helps you create a commitment to your practice. Pre-registration is not required.
We understand that sometimes you may run late. If you're running up to 10 minutes late, don't stress. You're welcome to join us anyway. Please enter the room quietly and mindfully so that you don't disrupt other students. If you're running more than 10 minutes late, we encourage you to wait for the next class on the schedule.
To maintain a peaceful environment, we ask that you don't bring your cell phone to your mat with you. We understand that sometimes you need to be available for emergencies. If you must bring a phone into the studio, please make sure that it is silenced and vibration is OFF. If you need to text or receive a call, please step out of the studio space including the time even if its before or after class. Thank you for your understanding.
What to Wear
Wear comfortable exercise clothing. Yoga is meant to be practiced with bare feet. Please remove shoes and socks before practice begins.
We recommend that all students bring a mat to class. We have a limited number of complimentary mats available. Please be sure to clean the mat after you use it with our mat cleaner located in the room.
If you must cancel a workshop and do so 72 hours before the event, we will provide a refund or credit. With less than 72 hours notice, we will provide studio credit only if we can fill your spot on the roster. There is no refunds or credit for no-shows.