Hatha Yoga for the Hands, Arms and Shoulders

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Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.9 (191 votes)
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Releasing the muscles of the hands, arms and shoulders is so beneficial for everyone, without exception. In particular, this class is great if you want to help prevent or heal joint problems such as arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome, improve performance at the office or in your chosen sport, improve posture or just feel better. As David says, the key is understanding alignment and moving in a way that encourages release and allows you to let go of stress.

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


Great class for ...
Kkbuckey 2 months ago

Great class for stretching my hands and shoulders. Thank you

Haha, have to ...
DeeCoop 2 months ago

Haha, have to remember to move my lower body a bit since one foot fell asleep!

Good shoulder and ...
Epplr1996 2 months ago

Good shoulder and hand stretches but hard on my upper middle back to sit in one place that long on the floor.

Feet fell asleep ...
ceresfarms 2 months ago

Feet fell asleep while I was doing this. LOL

This is an ...
Marilyn K-M 2 months ago

This is an excellent class for me. I am tightening up at 63 and I need this so it will be repeated again. Thank you

I love these ...
mrebhun45 2 months ago

I love these hand and feet stretches. Areas that do so much but never get the care they need. I sit at a computer most of the day so my wrists have really tightened up over the years and these are the only exercises that really help me have that not happen! Thanks, David!

This practice was ...
Luna.Fjora 2 months ago

This practice was perfect for me as I have a lot of tension in the upper back, shoulders and arms. I felt very relaxed after and will be doing this regularly. Thank you so much David.

Feeling good after ...
kbodker 2 months ago

Feeling good after that class

Great class, so ...
Pamela Hedrick 2 months ago

Great class, so happy to be back to David's oh-so-clear instructions.