Sherry has been teaching in various Senior Care facilities in her community for many years. She candidly shares her mistakes, assumptions and creative approaches to bringing Yoga into these special student populations. From Memory care, to board-and-care, to step-up living environments, learn how Chair Yoga can be modified and adjusted to include everyone!
After this workshop you’ll understand:
- The common scenarios you might encounter in teaching to this population
- Why and how to modify Chair Yoga movements to keep your students safe and engaged
- Different types of Senior Care Facilities and the various health profiles of the Senior residents
- How to work with the Administrative staff to find opportunities in your community to serve
This workshop ends with a full Chair Yoga class that incorporates the workshop concepts as well as a detailed Workshop Hand-out of all the poses and modifications we discuss.
|Module 1||Workshop Handout|
|Unit 1||Senior Care Facilities: Workshop Handout|
|Module 2||Video: Part 1 - Teaching Yoga at Senior Care Facilities|
|Unit 1||Video: Part 1 - Teaching Yoga at Senior Care Facilities|
|Module 3||Video: Part 2 - Teaching Yoga at Senior Care Facilities|
|Unit 1||Video: Part 2 - Teaching Yoga at Senior Care Facilities|
|Module 4||Video: Part 3 - Teaching Yoga at Senior Care Facilities|
|Unit 1||Video: Part 3 - Teaching Yoga at Senior Care Facilities|
|Module 5||Videos: Learning Vignettes|
|Unit 1||Videos: Live Wheelchair Yoga Classes|
|Unit 2||Videos: Learning Vignettes|
The Silver Tsunami is here! Be a part of the Creative Senior Healthcare Solution and learn to Teach Chair Yoga To Seniors in your community. Senior & Community Centers, Assisted Living & Skilled Nursing facilities, Parks and Recs, etc… the opportunities are endless to share the health benefits of Yoga. Open to Yoga Teachers and anyone with a Passion for Serving their Senior Community! Online and Live Teacher Training Programs available at www.YogaVistaAcademy.com.
Bonus: LIVE Wheelchair Yoga Class Videos
Filmed at an Assisted Living Center, Sherry leads Wheelchair Yoga classes that are accessible and fun for all.
I taught at my first nursing home, and it was very challenging! They could only do a fraction of the movements. I found myself with a one-hour class and 15 minutes worth of material. Made it through okay, but realized I have a lot to learn 🙂 you have a really great program, and I’m continuing to watch your YouTube videos for more info. Thank you for your Compassionate Heart!
I am happy to say that because of your course I am able to teach people with confidence at nursing homes, offices, yoga studios and memory care facilities.
I have been asked to teach at a Nursing Care Home for the Elderly and was feeling very nervous about it. Your course, however has reassured me and I found lots of points useful. For example- starting the class by checking which joints are moving, instead of starting with a quiet meditation. I loved the video showing how you do the shoulder and neck massage. Its something that I do not normally do in my yoga class, but will now be added as I feel much more confident with it. I also like the idea of greeting every student prior to commencing the class. I loved the course!