Yoga can strengthen joints, which is crucial for delaying and managing arthritis. Yoga can also regulate the body’s uric acid levels, which can contribute to arthritis. Most importantly, yoga can lead to a healthier lifestyle, enhancing resistance against arthritis and other chronic conditions. Learn simple postures aimed at addressing arthritis from head to toe. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and have a mat/towel for second class. No experience necessary; seated, standing, and/or floor options.
Gloria Drayer holds a 500-hour Kripalu yoga certification and has nearly 30 years of experience teaching yoga. Her sessions are given in a non-competitive environment where participants are encouraged to engage at a healthful and enjoyable level. Her workshops, including those dealing with life-altering topics such as grief, insomnia, osteoporosis, and back care, are held around the country. She is co-author of the book Yoga and Grief: A Compassionate Journey Toward Healing.