Chair Yoga in the Cathedral

Chair yoga is returning to the Cathedral after a summer break, and attendees are looking forward to gathering for this gentle exercise.

An initiative of the Health Ministry, the classes are led by experienced yoga instructor Monique Smith.

Ideal for both young and old, chair yoga is a unique way to exercise while sitting in a chair. Classes will be held in the Cathedral, making it easy even for those with mobility issues.

As Monique explains, “As far as abilities, even beginners will feel welcomed! … The key is to listen to one’s body.”

These weekly classes are sure to provide a stress-free way to exercise your body, mind, and spirit in fun and friendly group sessions.

Chair yoga classes resume on Friday, 15 September, held from 10:15-11:00 a.m. All classes are open to the public to drop-in, with no need to register. The cost is $5 per session, payable each week.

Still curious about Chair Yoga? Learn more in the article, Chair Yoga and Why Seated Yoga Poses are Good for You.


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