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Yoga Class Description

Simple chair yoga for neck, shoulders and wrists. This online yoga sequence was designed for those of us who spend a lot of time sitting, driving, or at a computer. It aims to open up the joints in the shoulders and wrists while stretching the delicate muscles in the neck. This practice is done mostly seated in a chair and is suitable for beginners and people with knee or ankle injuries who have trouble standing. All you need is a chair and a towel (for when we lie on the floor). This sequence can be done at home, in the office, at the airport, anywhere you want! (28 mins.)

Level: 1 Style: Restorative Yoga Focus: Beginner Yoga, Chair or Office Yoga Yoga  

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Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Amanda S

I like the first 15-20 minutes or so, walking through the arms, neck, legs, back from the seated position. I think there's too much time spent just laying on the floor in the last 10 minutes, so I usually do the first 20 minutes and skip the last bit. Highly recommend for people who sit at a desk all day!



Margaux Permutt

Margaux Permutt is a Hatha Yoga Teacher in Los Angeles. Her style combines many aspects of the tradition and draws upon a myriad of influences from her teachers and guides. Through mindful flow, restorative postures, breath work, meditation, and small controlled therapeutic movements, Margaux's teaching aims to bring union to mind and body, body and breath, and breath and spirit. She strives to provide her students with a safe environment in which they can heal, grow, and transform. She currently teaches privately in Los Angeles as well as publicly at YogaWorks Westwood.

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Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Amanda S

I like the first 15-20 minutes or so, walking through the arms, neck, legs, back from the seated position. I think there's too much time spent just laying on the floor in the last 10 minutes, so I usually do the first 20 minutes and skip the last bit. Highly recommend for people who sit at a desk all day!