Teaching Safe &
Accessible Chair Yoga

"Insightful and well organized. 5 out of 5 stars"   Gayle D, RYT 200 

"Who knew chair yoga was so versatile?"  MaryAnn B. 

"I can't wait to bring this great style to my clients of all ages! Thanks!"  Jenny H.

Interactive, virtual/living training with Chair Yoga Specialist, Stacey.

      Saturday/Sunday, 9:00 am - 1:30 pm

      2022 - May 7, 8, 14, 15

      2022 - November 26, 27 & Dec 3, 4

Successfully teaching chair yoga is more than just knowing the poses.  It's also about understanding the nuances and subtleties of this style to ensure a truly safe, always stable, completely accessible practice. It's about recognizing the physical and sometimes emotional needs of the participants. It's about creating a positive experience and space that offers the greatest opportunity for success. Focus on safely adapting 40+ familiar hatha yoga poses such as Mountain, Warrior II, Downward Facing Dog and Tree up from the mat and onto or beside the chair.  Understand the various demographics that benefit from this style of yoga. Compose and practice sequences with stability and modifications ultimately creating a well rounded, fully inclusive class. 

Open to all yoga teachers.
Note to future RYT200's: with pre-registration this workshop may count towards training hours for our merged RYT 200 program. More information coming soon. Pre-requisites may apply.

Lead Trainer:  Stacey, E-RYT 500, YACEP, Yoga-TFL, OA, LVCYT, Bone Fit™ Trained

Watch this page for more details and registration information. 

Minimum 6/Max 10 participants. Add yourself to our growing wait list now - send us an email.

$367.50 includes GST

Includes our comprehensive training manual (.pdf). Arrangements can be made to pickup a printed copy (additional fee) in either Cloverdale (Surrey, BC) or Walnut Grove (Langley, BC) or for us to forward by prepaid mail or express post (allow time for delivery).  

18 BCRPA/Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits

​Props needed:  2 yoga blocks, 8-10' strap, 2 armless chairs (no wheels), yoga mat (that you don't mind having chair leg impressions on); 1 foam block recommended as well.

Receipt can be used for business expense only.