I am 72 years old and have always found Yoga to be very painful and not enjoyable. Ty's classes are different and designed for people like me. I'm very stiff, have never worked on stretching or flexibility. In Ty's class, in a gentle way, I am able to stretch and exercise. Most of the time from a sitting position. The atmosphere and back ground music are relaxing. I would recommend giving Ty's yoga class a try. No contract, pay as you go. If you like it keep going. Nothing to lose.- - K.M.
- - I. H.
I always look forward to going to Ty's Yoga50Plus program - I feel both energized and relaxed after every class! It is great to be able to 'come as you are,' start where you're at and let your body guide you on how far to take each movement. The calm music, the short rests in between movements and the final meditation are so soothing - it makes the body work your doing, very enjoyable rather than something to get over with!' This is a wonderful way to de-stress and keep fit!
- - C. S.
Your class is highly morivating.
- - A. W.
Ty's Yoga50Plus class is really a class for all ages. Do not let the name fool you. Since I am well under 50, but have some physical limitations that do not bode well with sitting on the floor for any extended period of time that would be required in a regular yoga class, this class has allowed me to participate in a yoga practice. I have noticed my range of motion and stamina improving within a few classes. This yoga practice does range from the easy to the challenging with modifications to suite the individual's needs. I appreciate the light and fun atmosphere that Ty has created. Namaste!
- - C. C.
So awesome. I found chair yoga for the 1st time and I can't wait to go every Wednesday and Sunday night.
We will follow a standard class structure.
1) Tune in - A short opening process that helps ground us, get us in the mood to practice our yoga, and mentally start the process.
2) Warm ups - a series of movements, stretches to warm up our bodies for the Kriya
3) Kriya - a series of movements/practices that lead to a goal such as Total Balance, Thyroid, Kidneys, Releasing Fear, Stress Set, Improve the Immune System, Energy Set or other. These Kriyas are designed by the Kundalini Research Institute and supplied to me for teaching. They are based on 3000 year old yoga philosphy and technology. This practice has been working for people for thousands of years.
4) Shavasana - the most important part of the session. At the end, we sit or recline quietly with our eyes closed, breathing slowly and allow the body to process the work we performed.
5) Tune out - Marks the end of the session
There will be music during every class.
Most people find the music for Kundalini yoga to be quite beautiful, pleasant and relaxing.
-- Yogi Amrit Desai