Hatha Yoga for the Hands, Arms and Shoulders

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Instructor David Procyshyn
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Average: 4.9 (191 votes)
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Duration:
20
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35

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

Comments

Gracias David this is just
arfito 1 year ago

Gracias David this is just what I needed and those "Core Power" are not doing in class.

Feedback from today's yoga
TinaMay 1 year ago

I really enjoyed this class, it was simple but so effective. Thank you.

Very easy but hugely
ksank 1 year ago

Very easy but hugely benefiting class.
I was able to move well past my usual eagle arms, which is a telling sign for me that the shoulders are loose after the initial prep.

Thank you David.

Easing tension
leah_michelle 1 year ago

This class is one that I keep returning to over and over and over again. It brings me huge relief from tension in my neck and upper back, and invites more spaciousness into my chest and heart. A perfect short practice to bring into your day!

Energy!
Literateparakeet 1 year ago

I work graveyard shift, and when I do this at the beginning of my shift the rest of the night I feel so much more energized and awake. It's wonderful. Thank you.

Lovely Computer Hands Relief!
katielee23 1 year ago

Thank you, David. That was just what my hands & arms needed after a day at my work computer. I'll be coming back to do this again ..and again.. :-)

Has been very helpful in dealing with neck pain
Srividya 1 year ago

Excellent class to gently stretch out neck and shoulder muscles to help them stay strong through the day. Thank you David.

great to emphasize these
katcarp 2 years ago

great to emphasize these areas. thank you!

I enjoyed this. I've been
nancytreads 2 years ago

I enjoyed this. I've been working on my upper body strength and didnt realize how non flexible my upper body was. I will be doing this a couple times a week.