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! These ...
beesknees 2 months ago

Great class! These are good exercises to practice regularly. Thank you!

Everyone should be ...
EmBe 2 months ago

Everyone should be able to find some benefit from this practice in my opinion. While previewing the video, I started doing the stretches with David so I’ve done them twice in the past two days. I’m bookmarking this video and will definitely return to it in the future. Thanks for offering such a variety of videos in this 30-day Challenge.

love the arm ...
bronwynhegarty 2 months ago

love the arm and hand work. This is one I need to do regularly to keep the fingers supple & shoulders loose.

Very thorough for ...
Judith62 2 months ago

Very thorough for hands and arms

Another great class ...
hanagalp 2 months ago

Another great class to bring life to the arms, fingers, wrists, and upper back especially for those of us spending a lot of time sitting and typing. Thank you

As I am ...
Yoga soul 2 months ago

As I am recovering from surgery, my yoga classes/postures are limited. This class helps keep my upper body loose and worry-free as lower body recovers :)

Lovely. I did ...
DKincade 2 months ago

Lovely. I did not realize how tight my arms and shoulders were.

nice overview of ...
turnersusmc 2 months ago

nice overview of arm stretches. As a beginner, I had to switch my foot/leg position halfway through.