UltraFit™ Yoga Charts
Clear instructions for a variety of yoga poses, all on durable, laminated charts.
Provide self-starting yoga instruction for beginners by hanging posters in your exercise space. Students will be able to clearly see the yoga poses instructions, understand how to achieve them, and can get started working on them right away, without delay, at their very own pace!
Quick, Clear Instruction
Thanks to clear, easy-to-understand visuals and step-by-step breakdowns of each pose, learning yoga through these posters is made simple. Students only need to glance at each pictured pose to see exactly how they should be positioned and what the proper form looks like. From straddle to pointer, cat pose to child’s pose, and beyond, all of the basic, essential poses are on display for your students to learn from.
These yoga pose instructions are large enough for everyone in your class to see when they’re hung up, and their laminated surface makes it possible to easily tack them to the wall in your PE space. With 6 poses on each 24”L x 18”W poster your students can go through an entire range of motions at their own pace, before directing their attention to a different poster or a harder set of poses. Self-paced learning lends confidence to students as they attempt new poses or motions.
- The practice of yoga engages core muscles to provide an excellent total body work out and enhance balance, flexibility, posture, coordination, and strength.
- Students and users don’t need to wait for further instruction to get started working—movements are right there on the mat for them to get working on right away!
- Users are all given the same movements and instructions to work through, so no one is ever left bored or wondering what to do next.
- By using a combination of exercise and breathing techniques, yoga provides a total body workout that has both physical and mental benefits. In most yoga classes, the focus on the physical poses (called asanas) can be done quickly to increase heart rate and develop strength, or more slowly to increase stamina, improve balance, and promote flexibility.