A Full, Gentle Daily Practice

Satiya Channer
Instructor Satiya Channer
Average: 4.7 (44 votes)
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This calm, all levels hatha yoga class is gentle, but also has a few sequences that will be challenging for beginners. Satiya guides you through a flow that emphasizes listening in to what your body is telling you. With a good variety of poses to build strength, flexibility and balance, this gentle class can provide an array of benefits for yogis practicing at any level.

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Seniors


sgdfranklin 3 months ago

I really appreciated the pacing of this session; it allowed me to feel into each pose. Also, the preparatory poses before the peak poses made this class more accessible for me. Thanks!

fwhst11 5 months ago

As a ‘senior’ with tight psoas, this was challenging, yet relaxing. I loved the pacing and flow. Thank you!

putnam1115 6 months ago

Great class for me when my rheumatoid arthritis is flaring. This class allowed me to continue my practice despite painful joints and fatigue. Thank you.

brindmore 6 months ago

there must be some alternative to fire log position
no way my legs will ever go into that formation

Weaselbear 7 months ago

I really wanted to love this one - but I had to fast forward through loads of it. This is definitely not a beginners class - with hardly any modifications offered.

Currach 8 months ago

I am a senior returning to yoga after several years. This was a nicely paced stretchy yoga program. However, I've never been particularly good at balance poses and I not at all good with them now. I thought there was too much emphasis on balance poses for a beginning yoga routine. There were about 10 minutes of this class that I just couldn't do.

KateInHawaii 10 months ago

I'd like to try before buy. More than happy to IF I know I will revisit

nipper 11 months ago

Very serene, Satiya and the scenery. Nicely paced, excellent balance progression.

mrswright2015 1 year ago

What a fantastic class. Just a hint of challenge while staying inward and listening to my body. Thanks Satiya!