Jivana Heyman is Making Yoga Accessible To Everyone

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Yoga is for everyone. Learn more about Heyman's mission here. 

Want to learn how to build a potent yoga practice that is accessible to all? Join Chair Yoga 101, our five-week workshop led by Accessible Yoga founder Jivana Heyman. You'll explore safe, effective chair adaptations of yoga asana, along with meditation and pranayama. Sign up today!

This video is part of Yoga Journal's National Yoga Month 30-Day calendar of classes to help you recommit to your practice. See the full schedule, and how to enter to win a mat and free online yoga training, here.

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