As we get older, our muscles weaken and our flexibility decreases. This makes it difficult to practice yoga at home.
Fortunately, there are plenty of poses that elderly people can do, even if they are not the most flexible or strongest.
Yoga for Elderly People
They are also simple to do at home, and many of them don’t require much space. If you’re looking for ways to stretch and strengthen your muscles and relieve stress, read on to discover one of the best asana poses for elderly people.
One of the best poses for strengthening your arms and shoulders, as well as opening your chest, warrior pose is a basic pose for anyone. All you need to do is lie flat on your back, with your arms at your sides, palms facing up.
You can also raise your arms above your head or close your fists. As you practice these variations, you’ll feel the muscles in your back and shoulders tighten and relax, making them stronger and more flexible.