Chair yoga was developed by BKS Iyengar and his wife Geeta to build a helpful practice specially for people with injuries or inability to achieve certain poses. Chair yoga is a means to achieve the end result that is unsupported asana practice with proper alignment, stability, precision and staying longer in the asana.
This form was developed to help perform difficult postures independently, and help achieve correct alignment during the asana practice. Chairs are best to stay longer in challenging asanas in order to attain the full benefit of the pose.
It’s excellent to investigate asanas in depth.
Chair yoga is an ideal exercise for those suffering from health conditions, such as chronic pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoporosis, and multiple sclerosis. It may also benefit people over a certain age who have trouble moving through the up and down motions of traditional yoga. Chair yoga allows them to stay stabilised. Yoga offers a myriad of benefits.