Aqua Exercises for Active Aging. Think Tai Chi in the water. This 15-minute workout uses the buoyancy and resistance of water to reduce stress, increase mobility and improve core stability. Ideal for training in your backyard pool or for groups that do not have the benefit of a live instructor.
- WECOACH 6 directional movements deliver better and faster results
- Think Tai Chi in the water as you reduce stress and improve mobility
- Soothing whole body stretches help build core stability and balance
- Laurie’s easy to follow and cheerful instruction inspires you to work to your potential
- Relaxing music helps guide your movement speed for better results
- Pair with HIIT Aquatic Cardio, Strength is Balance, Total Body Mobility or Water Exercise for Knees & Hips for a longer workout
Level: Beginner to Intermediate (no equipment required)
This is a downloadable digital workout. Also available on Audio CD.
Ai Chi is so relaxing – I thought I was going to melt. – Lori Howard, Florida
Listen to Ai Chi Relaxation AUDIO PREVIEW
Your purchase includes a one-time download. Once downloaded you will be able to use it across all of your portable devices (computer, phone, ipod, mp3 player).
Get your workout in 2 simple steps:
- After completing your purchase you will be automatically directed to a page in your web browser displaying your order number and receipt. You will also receive an email. Click the DOWNLOAD NOW button from either location.
- Transfer the file to your desktop or directly into your itunes account. Synch your computer with your portable device and you are ready to go!
Tips for download and access:
- Download. Step one must be done on a computer. Downloading directly to a portable device will create a temporary download, but will not provide continued access.
- Access. Depending on your computer settings, your digital workout may open directly on your desktop or move into your downloads folder. If your workout does not open on your desktop or in your itunes account check the downloads folder.
- Trouble finding your downloads folder? Click the search bar. This is the ‘magnifying glass’ found in the top right corner of your computer screen. Type the word “download”. This should lead you to your downloads folder. If that doesn’t work, try searching for workout that you purchased (total body mobility, knees and hips, HIIT aquatic cardio or noodle abdominals).