ONE OF THE MOST COMMON QUESTIONS WE’RE ASKED IS:
Why is Ageless Grace performed in a chair?
Shouldn’t exercise be performed standing up?
Benefits of Chair Exercises
Challenge Your Brain
If someone asked you to play baseball, or do yoga, or perform a breaststroke while seated, chances are you would have to think about how to move your body to make this happen. When figuring out how to move your body in a new and different way, you engage your brain, whether you are 7 or 70.
Almost Anyone Can Exercise in a Chair
It really levels the playing field.
- Sprained your ankle?
- Just had surgery?
- Limited mobility?
- Does regular exercise (standing up) make you dizzy?
Just sit down and perform the same motions in a chair!
“I just love Ageless Grace. I have muscular dystrophy and Denise and her program have me dancing in my seat and giggling!”– G.M.
It is often easy to ‘cheat’ when standing up and performing an exercise. You can avoid using the parts of your body that aren’t as strong by using stronger muscles – but when you sit in a chair, you MUST use your core muscles. A stronger core makes for a stronger, happier body and healthier brain!
“The Ageless Grace program was everything I expected and even more! After day one I already thought: I’m going home, to apply all of this very soon. Ageless Grace is fun, bodywork in a chair (and good for the abdominals too I found out!) and it feels really good.”– Marion Pellekaan
Watch the video about chair exercises and why we perform Ageless Grace seated in a chair for a complete explanation.
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