Jenny Loe Yoga – Chair Yoga
Chair Yoga Teacher
‘If you can breathe, you can do yoga’
I am a dedicated chair yoga teacher who provides a welcoming and supportive class for everyone, making yoga accessible to all. I specialise in adapting my teaching to individual needs and offer different variations so you will be able to participate fully.
My chair yoga classes in the community are ideal for anyone who would prefer to do yoga without having to get up and down from the floor and are suitable for people with mobility issues, chronic pain, fatigue and older adults.
The classes include gentle, mindful movement as well as breathwork and relaxation – promoting improved mobility, flexibility, strength, coordination, pain management, reduced stress, and enhanced mental well-being.
The classes I offer include
- Community Chair Yoga
- Residential Care Homes and Day Centres
- Social Groups and Clubs
- One-to-One or Small Private Sessions
I specialise in working with people with additional needs and disabilities and people with dementia. My chair yoga sessions in care settings take into account individual needs, preferences and differences to create an enjoyable session for everyone.
You are warmly invited to try out a class and see the benefits for yourself.
Yoga is for everyone.
Areas: Herne Bay and surrounding areas
Last Updated: 6th February, 2024
Quality recognition and indicator awards
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Award or recognition:
Fully qualified British Wheel of Yoga teacher
Masters in Special Educational Needs and Inclusion
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