Ageless Program Turns Back the Clock




Barbara Prema Brown

In December 2016, Barbara Prema Brown, E-RYT 500, opened a private yoga studio to accommodate clients for her Aging Agelessly program, which encourages women and men to excel at any age and be happy and healthy by slowing down the aging process.

        The program entails breathing exercises that increase stamina, remove toxins and prevent disease, followed by a 45-minute Yoga Warrior practice that helps strengthen the body, improve focus and balance and encourage good circulation. Meditation follows, with techniques to reduce stress and improve concentration.

        A special part of the program uses techniques to help maintain a youthful look. Brown is accepting clients for an Aging Agelessly workshop in mid-August.

For more information, email Barba8Bro@verizon.net.

 

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