Ann Swanson designed this sequence to help people with balance problems work on improving their balance and prevent falls.
Ann Swanson, M.S., C-IAYT, E-RYT500, LMT is a mind-body science educator and author of Science of Yoga. She holds a Master of Science in yoga therapy from Maryland University of Integrative Health, where she is now an adjunct faculty member. Ann applies cutting-edge research practically to yoga while maintaining the heart of the tradition. In her private practice, she makes yoga therapy, qigong, and mindfulness meditation accessible and convenient in an online format, helping people worldwide manage pain, arthritis, and stress effectively. For more about Ann, head to AnnSwansonWellness.com
This post was edited by Nina Zolotow, co-editor of the Accessible Yoga blog and Editor in Chief of Yoga for Healthy Aging.
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