Yogi Able Adaptive Chair Yoga is a creative, mindful approach to adapting poses for the body. To make yoga more accessible and accommodate physically challenged yogis like herself, Mary teaches Adaptive Yoga from a chair. Her classes integrate mind and body sensation over simple physical asana. You will love Adaptive Chair Yoga because it meets you where you are. You don’t need to be flexible or understand Sanskrit to enjoy Adaptive Chair Yoga. Students are encouraged to find agency and customize their practice to fit their body.
Pull up a chair and give it a try.
Yogi Able Adaptive Chair Yoga is for everyone. Click below if interested in booking an Adaptive Chair Yoga or Accessible Yoga Session with Mary.
As a newspaper writer, editor, journalist, film critic, breast cancer awareness coordinator, Mary has written for more than 10 different publications spanning a 30-year writing career. With a master’s degree in English and a bachelor’s degree in journalism, Mary is an online college English Instructor for Butler Community College in Kansas.
She’s been a college English Instructor for more than 20 years: 8 years online and 12 years face-to-face.
In 2017, Mary’s writing focus shifted to Adaptive Yoga after earning RYT 200 and becoming a certified Accessible Yoga Teacher. You can read Mary’s adaptive yoga journey in Yoga International online magazine HERE.
Click below if you would like to repost an article or hire Mary to write for your publication.
Yogi Able mission is to spread yoga diversity by breaking down barriers to yoga, especially for underserved populations. As a RYT 200, Yoga Body and Image Coalition community partner, certified Accessible Yoga Teacher, Mary shares her devastating car wreck at age 19 and her journey to yoga and self acceptance at speaking engagements, lectures, and conference appearances.
Mary connects with audiences by speaking through an authentic lens. She believes in the transformative power of yoga. Ultimately, Mary wants to use her life to bring hope to people suffering from trauma and loss.
If you would like Mary to speak at your event, lecture, or conference, click below.