Welcome to Over the Hill YOGA
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Our mission is to provide age relevant online yoga and meditation that is accessible to all active older adults.
Yoga for those just starting their journey, and those that have been practicing for years. We're just getting started and hope you'll come along and join us!
We offer a wide variety of classes from shorter tutorials to hour long strong flows. As a member you can take your ticket and commit to the ride - anytime, anywhere...knowing that you are helping to grow our free library of classes to offer exceptional content to all yogis
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THOUGHTS ABOUT PRACTICING YOGA AS WE AGE,
FROM OUR INSTRUCTORS
I started practicing yoga at 61. At 72 I am more flexible than when I was 20. Join me on this path, you will not be disappointed.
Yoga creates space, balance, vitality, harmony and peace within us and around us. Practicing yoga helps us to thrive, create radiance, promote longevity and feel "ageless"
I find yoga to be a great metaphor for life, challenging us to be engaged yet relaxed on life's path.
I love teaching classes for older community members! Our bodies need to stretch and move and practice balance. It's vital for us as we age. I am grateful to offer yoga content for more people so we can all share yoga together.
The qualities that we cultivate on the mat in yoga, patience, acceptance, openness, deep listening...are exactly the qualities that we need to guide us on our journey to the next chapters of our lives. How amazing!
"Practicing yoga at our age is a true testament to the maturity that comes along with a yoga practice. The dance between ego and openness. Between push and pull. So that in the end it's the total body and mind connection for however and whatever shows up."