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2/22 Improving Your Balance (4-Week Series)

March 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm


Workshop Overview

Let’s Improve our Balance!
Our Balance is important at any age. It helps us navigate our path ahead. We can make a difference in our overall balance by challenging and practicing our balance.
Did you know that 1 out of 5 falls cause a serious injury. Broken bones certainly slow us down and practicing our balance is important when we have bone loss. Falls are also the most common cause of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Falls are preventable and do not have to be an inevitable part of aging.
Yoga improves our balance by:
• creating greater awareness
• increasing our strength, flexibility and agility
• challenging our balance which is necessary to maintain good balance
In this fun 4 week series we will be:
• focusing on feet, ankles, knees and hips
• playing with yoga poses in new and different ways to challenge our balance
• strengthening important muscles used for balance
• layering on distractions
This is an ALL levels class. You are never too young or old to work on your balance. Join Susan Kjesbo, C-IAYT in starting off the year on the right foot!

Course Details


  • $100 Pre-registration
  • $120 Same day registration


  • Thursdays, February 22nd – March 14th
  • 11:00 – 12:30pm PST
  • In-studio
  • Space Limited

Susan Kjesbo, C-IAYT

Susan’s teaching is centered around therapeutics, restorative, yoga for seniors, meditation and hatha yoga. Teaching allows here to share what she has come to love and has made a part of her life. Trained at the Ananda School for Yoga and Meditation, she has an alignment base style but also one that encompasses the whole individual meeting him/her where they are in the moment. She is a certified yoga therapist, C-IAYT. Her meditation techniques are from the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda.

Susan has participated in an international yoga study that is indicating that yoga can improve bone strength for someone who has osteoporosis or osteopenia. This is an area of interest for her and she has lead workshops and classes on bone health and yoga in southern California. Information on Loren Fishman’s Osteoporosis study can be found at Sciatica.org. If you are interested in participating in the current bone strength study being conducted by Dr. Loren Fishman go to http://www.sciatica.org or contact Susan Kjesbo for more information. You can also view her website dedicated to yoga and bone strength at http://www.yogaforbones.com

Susan is a member of Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapy. She has been trained in hatha, meditation, restoratives, yoga for seniors, in the Fishman method yoga for osteoporosis, chair yoga, and yoga tune-up ball.


March 14
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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(949) 551-5300


Be The Change Yoga
14988 Sand Canyon Ave, Studio 5
Irvine, CA 92618 United States
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(949) 551-5300