Take control of your health and fitness.

Are you doing what it takes to be fit and healthy? Or you are living a sedentary life, and seeing your quality of life deteriorating as a result?

COURSE FEATURES

Routines are specifically designed to be beneficial for everyone - strong, weak, athletic, poor physical shape, or even for people working out in a wheelchair. Each movement is repeated several times, slowly, so you have time to learn the proper technique to maximize results and minimize the chances of injuries.

  • Alignment principles to improve your sitting and standing posture.

  • Drills to improve your balance and coordination to prevent falls.

  • Simple yoga and tai chi sets to strengthen your internal organs, calm your nervous system and feed your brain.

  • Gentle and effective workouts to improve your cardiovascular health and muscular strength.

In just a few minutes a day and without leaving your house, you can dramatically improve your health and fitness, and recharge your energy in the process.

  • Work at your own pace, progressing gradually and safely

  • Learn about proper body alignment, both in stillness and movement

  • Improve your balance and coordination

  • Burn calories to control your body weight

  • Improve your cardiovascular health

  • Gain flexibility through yoga drills and other dynamic and static stretches

  • Strengthen your bones and joints

  • Boost your energy levels

  • Relieve stress, anxiety, and depression

  • Lift your mood and sharpen your mind

Instructors

Carlos Bracuto

Carlos is a certified Fitness Trainer, Certified Yoga Teacher, Certified Advanced Qigong Instructor and Tai Chi Teacher, and Certified Senior Fall Prevention Coach. He began his formal Mind-Body instruction more than two decades ago in the martial arts field; he then trained in yoga, cardio kickboxing, HIIT, and other fitness modalities. In his practice, he incorporates internal energy circulation for building physical strength from the inside out, cleansing and invigorating internal organs for optimal bodily functions, and strengthening the immune system to prevent disease.

Natalie Stawsky

Natalie has been a student of yoga for more than 20 years. She has studied copiously with world-renowned teachers and is a graduate of the Yoga Therapy Program at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. She is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and Yoga Alliance. She has released 5 DVDs: Yoga for Beginners (in Spanish), Pre and Postnatal Yoga (in Spanish + in English), Yoga for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, and Restorative Yoga for Chronic Pain . Natalie loves making yoga accessible and delightful for her students. She uses the therapeutic application of yoga postures to help people access their innate ability to self-heal. She teaches versatile techniques to release chronic tension that facilitate a restored mind-body connection. Natalie has helped people move through chronic pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, postural mal-alignment, unbalanced gait, limited range of motion, and osteoarthritis. She can modify postures for elders, children, and women in the pre-natal/post-partum periods. She helps people find relief from chronic pain, stress and attention disorders through individualized techniques.

FAQ

  • Can I access the course at my own pace?

    Yes. The course is yours to keep and you can access it and repeat it as many times as you want.

  • Can I participate if I have some physical limitations?

    All the videos have modifications that address physical limitations, and we offer options and different ways to perform the practices. Previously sedentary older adults who begin physical activity programs should start with short intervals of moderate physical activity (5-10 minutes) and gradually build up to the desired amount. Older adults should consult with a physician before beginning a new physical activity program.