If you enjoyed last week’s chair yoga instructional video, then sit right back down. New here? Then you’re welcome too. Join Amy Eberhardt, MPH, CYT, LMT, CPMT, a certified integral yoga instructor from NYU Langone Medical Center, as she guides you through another routine to move your joints and remove tension from your body.
Start the week with a wonderful way to reduce stress and energize muscles. You can easily do chair yoga at home or at work whenever you have a few spare minutes. Amy Eberhardt, MPH, CYT, LMT, CPMTa certified integral yoga instructor from NYU Langone Medical Center, will guide you through the moves with a brief and enlightening video.
Why not maximize your time and your effort by doing short spurts of activity throughout the day?
Our body and mind crave balance and rebooting, and one solution takes only a few minutes each hour! It’s called a “mini-refresh.”
Begin the day on the “right side of the bed” without even leaving it!
Not only is dancing good for your body, it’s also been proven to be a great mood booster and stress-reliever. Wake up your bones and start this Monday off with some fresh moves of your own or try one of the classic moves featured in our new animated GIFs.
Yoga is a great way to start the week – it can perk you up (without the coffee!) and give you the mental space to invite positivity and energy into your daily routine. Welcome the new day and the beginning of the week with a few, simple moves from the sun salutation yoga routine.
Mindful walking is one way to make a daily meditation practice part of your regular routine. The key is to pay attention to the experience of walking – the sights and sounds of your surroundings, the sensation of your feet on the ground and the rhythm of your gait.
A small change in how you sit or stand can make a big difference in your confidence. This Monday, refresh your mind and your body by taking two minutes to find your own power pose.