When I was little I used to run around on my tip toes all day long. As I moved into elementary school, gymnastics became a big part of my life and I could kick up into a handstand and hold it forever.
Things have changed a little since my younger years. I have noticed that maintaining my balance seems to take a lot more effort and practice now-a-days.
Balance is one of the first things to decrease as we age, not only in our physical body, but also in our minds. Daily annoyances that we once moved past with ease, may feel like an overwhelming burden as our resiliency slowly diminishes.
Just like upholding your physical strength, preserving your balance in body and mind takes continuous effort. Working on enhancing your balance is a wise investment to make now and is a huge gift to your future self.
This week’s yoga class will inspire balance both physically and mentally as we age with grace.
This week’s 30 minute Hatha Yoga Class, Yoga for Maintaining Balance, is all about using single leg balancing postures to engage the muscles in the feet and core to enhance stability. This class is perfect for seniors and can be done with a chair for extra support. Yoga with Meditation Mutha is for everyBODY. Please join me in this opportunity to maintain your balance for healthy aging. Enjoy!
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