Meditative Chair-Based Yoga Practices 

Has this website helped you? Please feel free to share you experiences.

Posted on December 29, 2013 by Corey Roos | 3 comments

Hi Everyone. I would love to hear how and the resources it provides have impacted you and your life. What practices have been especially helpful? What has your experience been like as you try different meditation and yoga practices? Or, is there something missing on this website that you are looking for? Let me know. I am open to any comments or feedback.




  • Julia

    As for how this practice has impacted my life…where do I start? I will start by expressing my sincere gratitude for the wonderful work you have done in creating this program. I am forever grateful! Thank you, Corey and many blessings to you!

    A year and a half ago, I lost my husband and son in a horrific event. My grief was inconsolable…I did not want to go on in any way. I entered grief therapy. Spent a whole year with an intern and didn’t seem to get anywhere. While I learned a lot, about grief and its stages, for whatever reason…it was not helping. I was sinking lower and lower into the abyss, compounded by my physical pain and physical limitations I was slowly moving down a suicidal path. I will mention here, I am 70 years young. I have scoliosis, degenerative disks and rheumatoid arthritis mostly in my fingers. While I do have a vitamin regime that I am faithful with…I take no medications as I am blessed to have not acquired diabetes or high blood pressure or any of the most common ailments that a lot of people have at this age. My debilities are all bone related.

    Well, I knew I had to do something or die so, went on another search for the “right” therapist. Three months ago, I found her! One of the tools she suggested was yoga and proceeded to explain all of its benefits. This woman is 80 years young and has been practicing yoga most all of her life! Maintains a thriving counseling practice, is very active in our community and always seems to have boundless energy. She is such inspiration; I thought I would give it a try. I watched videos for 2 days on YouTube for the perfect yoga practice! Until I found your Mindful Chair Yoga videos.

    I will tell you, Corey; this practice is literally changing my life! I have been doing the 40 min Beginner’s Practice, every single day for the past 6 weeks. I cannot go one day without doing it! Even if I wanted to skip a day, my body won’t let me! I love it and embracing every minute! I even have my neighbor doing it!

    My posture has improved, my balance has improved, I am starting to see some muscle development and getting stronger by the day. But best of all…my attitude has changed tenfold! My moods are lighter; my grief attacks are becoming less frequent. I am more focused. I simply cannot give this enough praise or recommendation! I am hooked! I can’t wait to see me after a year! But can’t stop there, as there is no doubt in my mind I will be doing this for the rest of my life! Thank you again, Corey!

  • larry

    Your chair yoga – 40’ has been my first go at yoga. Now it’s impossible to go a morning with out it. Also the meditation on thoughts was a leap forward. Many thanks

  • Mary Kolar

    I had a SEVERE migraine (1st one in my life). The pain was excruciating. I knew it was neck related. I found the on-line yoga chair practice and I now do it almost every morning. Sometimes if the neck is bad I will do it more than once/day. Besides, strengthening and relaxing the neck, I’ve found by doing the brief morning practice I am more in the “now.” I have fibromyalgia along with spinal issues and arthritis and the gentle movements have markedly improved my range of motion to a very noticeable degree. Some days I simply do the breathing because if I’m audibly moaning I’ve decided perhaps it’s not the wisest thing to ‘push through’ but I always do the most that I reasonably can. I feel good that I am reconnecting with my body in a positive manner. I feel good that I am devoting time to mindfully breathe. I feel good that I am gently and lovingly moving my body and focusing on movement rather than disability. I feel good investing time and focus into something that I CAN do. I just feel good doing my little morning practice.


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