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STIFF BODY | SENIOR | PLUS SIZE | WHEELCHAIR

1 on 1 yoga practice with July Lai (45min)

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For students with Stiff Body

Muscle stiffness is when your muscles feel tight and you find it more difficult to move than you usually do. Reasons: either muscles are overuse, or being physically inactive for long periods of time. I am here to assist you to overcome the issues through yoga practice.

For students with Bigger Bodies

Obesity is a medical problem that present a risk to heath. In class, I will help you to work on the issue internally (increase energy metabolism and reduce inflammation) and externally (strengthen muscles and joints)

For Senior students

Senior Class is taught based on classical Hatha Yoga which typically involve gentle physical postures (yoga poses) and breathing techniques. Better balance, stronger bones and better breathing can be achieved after a period of time practicing yoga.

For students with a Wheel Chair

Wheel Chair Yoga is the union of body, mind and breath. Regardless you are siting, standing or lying down, as long as you are able to connect these three aspect in your yoga practice, you are doing the true yoga. Keep in mind: Empty ourselves appropriately to have enough room to spit out the old and add the new. Learn to empty ourselves to embrace everything that was given in life.

 

 

About July Lai

July Lai began practicing yoga in 2008, and had completed her study at MAYI Yoga Academy in 2016, received certification in International Yoga Instructor Course (IYIC) at MAYI Yoga Academy, the only institute registered with Ministry of Education and certified by the Malaysian Association of Yoga Instructors.

During her journey as yoga instructor, she proceed to deepen her practice by completed 50 hours Yoga Alternative Healing & Therapy Course in 2018.

She has experienced herself the yoga’s transformation power - both internally and externally and finds it to be a source of love and strength on top of overall well-being. Through teaching, she wish to help more people, young or old, man or woman, to learn yoga and apply liberally in their life.