Health & Wellness
Yoga for Brain Break in the Chair Modality - Inclusive Wellbeing - One on One
Learner practices chair yoga poses and breathing exercises to create a body/mind break, release stress, tiredness, and replace those with feeling deep relaxation, ready to enjoy the rest of their day/evening in an uplifted, balanced way.
Pamela Ocana, M.A. - Humanities/Yoga/Art/Languages
347 total reviews for this teacher
learner per class
How does a “One-Time” class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
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Learner shall be cleared by his/her Physician to engage in the physical practice of Yoga. This is a one-on-one chair yoga class for any young student needing to cultivate body & mind awareness, strength, or just a brain break from day's stressors. Chair Yoga is an inclusive modality which may be practiced by all children, including children who: may need the extra support; just want to learn how to take great body/mind breaks between classes or homework time; or just because it is fun,...
To develop self-awareness and to learn a set of skills for stress management that cultivate physical & mental wellbeing for a lifetime.
Teacher has a B.A. in psychology, is a Yoga and Meditation college professor, holds the highest credentials from the Yoga Alliance (a certified Teacher. Continued Education Provider, and Lead Yoga Teacher Trainer) and is also a certified Yoga Therapist, with experience spanning over 30 years. She teaches traditional yoga in a self-honoring way, following a mindful, slow pace, bringing the mind and body to harmonize and bring forth a sense of well-being at all levels.
N/A, but Learner is encouraged to continue practicing on their own each week, to select and practice daily a favorite pose or a a breath exercise, developing self-awareness, physical/mental concentration, and building a discipline that will turn into a solid personal practice to help as needed in life.
Learner will need to have a comfortable/quiet practice space and an armless chair of a height that allows learner's feet to touch the ground.
Informally, throughout the session, and then with a final review in an encouraging way to help Learner further develop that very important self-awareness.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Safety First: Learner shall be cleared by their Physician to engage in the physical practice of Yoga. By registering Learner in this class, Guardian/Parent(s) acknowledge(s) they understand there are always risks in any physical program, assume(s) all risks, and waive(s) any rights to file any claim against the instructor in regards to Learner's participation in class. In addition, yoga should practice on an empty stomach and learner should be properly hydrated before class.
Pamela Ocana, M.A. - Humanities/Yoga/Art/LanguagesIt is my passion to share the gifts of Yoga, Meditation, Art History/Humanities, Languages, Kindness & Logic in a joyful & mindful way with children of all ages, including those young at heart. I believe these areas of study help cultivate personal wellbeing, an enriched community, and ultimately, a more peaceful world.
347 total reviews
636 completed classes
1) I teach subjects that have captivated my mind and heart for a lifetime: Mindful Yoga, rooted in its well-proven techniques (Poses, Breathing Control Exercises, and Meditation); kid-friendly Art History classes; Linguistic Explorations intended...