Fun Activities For Seniors

Staying active is the key to a healthy life!

Never Ending List of Fun Indoor Activities and Hobbies for Seniors

We all know, or at least we should know that staying active is the key to a healthy life. There’s no debating this fact. Research shows that any type of regular activity can boost self-esteem, enhance mood, improve sleep quality, build energy, reduce stress, and possibly even help stave off or reduce the risk of developing dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Indoor Activities for Seniors

Unfortunately for many of us, the older we get, the harder it is to get motivated to do anything. While staying or getting motivated may be easy for some newly retired seniors or older adults who’ve been looking forward to starting the next chapter in their lives, it can be a challenge for those without a supportive network of family and friends around for encouragement.

If you’re more of the indoor type of person and are looking for something fun to do to past the time and stay active, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you want to learn a new language, learn to play an instrument you’ve always wanted to play, start a low impact exercise program, engage in a fun craft, research your family tree, learn a new game, start collecting, or something else, we’ve got you covered!

Many of the suggestions we have listed below will direct you to a page complete with instructional videos that will help you get started learning about your new hobby or activity. As the title of this post says, this is a never-ending list of activities and hobbies that you can do indoors. We will be continually adding new ideas and suggestions, so please keep checking back each week to see what’s new, unless, of course, you already stumbled upon something you really enjoy doing. In which case, we wish you luck and hope you stay with it for years to come.

Don’t be afraid to challenge yourself. Anyone can become an expert at something at any age. Just because you may be considered an elderly adult, doesn’t mean that you have to stop learning. Just make sure you set realistic goals for yourself. If you start a new hobby or activity and later discover that it’s not right for you, move onto the next until you do find something that’s right up your alley. Enjoy!

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Learn to Play the Ukulele

If you’re looking for a fun instrument to learn that’s not overly complicated and will guarantee your popularity at any Hawaiian-themed party, give the ukulele a try. Although the Ukulele originates from Portugal, the instrument is primarily associated with Hawaii and Hawaiian songs. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning the ukulele.

 

Learn to Play Acoustic Guitar

It’s never too late to learn how to play acoustic guitar. While you’re not likely to become an expert guitar player within a few months of picking up a guitar, you will be able to play some great songs by learning just a few basic chords and some common strumming patterns. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning the acoustic guitar.

 

Fly Tying for Seniors

Fly tying is a really fun hobby that takes a bit of skill and technique to master, but once you know the basics, you’ll literally be hooked with this fun and very therapeutic activity that’s enjoyed by thousands of people all over the world! Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning fly tying.

 

Candle Making for Seniors

Candle making is a super fun hobby that’s enjoyed by thousands of people from all walks of life. And the good news is that you don’t have to be a super creative crafty person to excel at this activity. Candle making has been around for centuries. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to make candles.

 

Start a Book Club

There are thousands of book clubs all over the country that get together on a weekly or monthly basis to discuss and share their thoughts on particular novels or books that the group collectively chooses to read. Some book clubs may chose to focus on a certain genre, such as romance or horror, while others may focus on the works of a particular author or on a series. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for starting a book club.

 

Learn All About Coin Collecting

Coin collecting has been around as a hobby ever since there were coins to collect. The thrill of collecting comes in knowing that you own a beautiful piece of history that will likely appreciate in value over time. Today, there are millions of coin collectors (also known as Numismatists) around the world, and thousands of collector’s clubs that these hobbyists belong to. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning coin collecting.

 

Model Railroading for Seniors

Model railroading is more than just a hobby for enthusiasts around the world, it is a passion. If you’re considering getting into the hobby, you won’t be disappointed. Although the first model train sets appeared in the mid to late 1800’s, it wasn’t until the 1950s when scale model trains became more widely available that people started collecting and displaying trains as a hobby. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning all about model railroading.

 

Paper Quilling for Seniors

Quilling is a fun and very therapeutic craft that is enjoyed by seniors all over the world. The popular craft of paper quilling involves rolling, shaping, and gluing strips of colorful paper to create decorative art for greeting cards, boxes, 3D pictures, gift bags, mobiles, and much more. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning the art of paper quilling.

 

Paper Mache for Seniors

The art of making paper mache or papier mâché has been around for many, many centuries, dating as far back as 200 AD in China. Although there are many variations of paper mache, the basic technique is to layer paper with paste to create solid stand-alone objects, such as a facemask, or vase. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to do paper mache.

 

Decoupage for Seniors

Decoupage is both a craft and an art form which involves decorating objects with paper cutouts (from magazines, books, etc.), gold leaf,  paint, and other decorative elements and techniques in order to create original and often amazing designs on keepsake boxes, plates, bottles, furniture, and much more. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to decoupage.

 

Scrapbooking for Seniors

Scrapbooking is a really fun hobby or craft activity that is loved by seniors all over the world. The process of scrapbooking involves using photographs, printed media, and artwork, to create books, boxes, and other decorative items which can be used as gifts or keepsakes. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to scrapbook.

 

Quilt Making for Seniors

The art of quilt making has been around for centuries, and has always been a popular hobby among seniors. Quilts are generally used as blankets and covers, however some can be very elaborate and used as a showpiece. One of the biggest benefits associated with quilting, besides creating a blanket from scratch, is the therapeutic and psychological benefits associated with it. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning quilt making.

 

Needlepoint for Seniors

Needlepoint is a form of hand embroidery that’s done on a stiff, open weave canvas. Unlike other forms of embroidery, needlepoint isn’t simply embellishing a piece of fabric, it’s creating one. Needlepoint can be used to create practical items such as purses, belts, jewelry, keychains, and more. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning needlepoint.

 

Hand Embroidery for Seniors

Hand embroidery is a fun craft or hobby which uses an embroidery needle and hoop to apply thread or yarn to a piece of fabric such as cotton. It’s a great way to embellish any piece of material with your own special creative touch. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning hand embroidery.

 

Cross Stitch for Beginners

Cross stitch is one of the oldest forms of embroidery dating as far back as the Middle-Ages. Cross stitching has been traditionally used as a means of decorating common household items made of woven-fabrics, however today it’s popular for creating stand-alone framed pieces of art using a pre-designed pattern on a piece of open weave fabric such as Aida or linen, which can be stitched over. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to cross stitch.

 

Crocheting for Beginners

Much like knitting, crocheting involves stitching yarn together to make a variety of useful items such as sweaters, hats, blankets, mittens, socks, beanies, scarves, and more. It’s also great for creating home décor items. Crocheting is a relatively easy hobby to pick up and is a popular activity for seniors all over the world. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to crochet.

 

Knitting for Beginners

If you’re looking for a fun hobby that you can do just about anywhere at any time, give knitting a try. It takes a bit of skill to master, but once you know the basics and have some practice under your belt, you’ll be making everything from hats, to sweaters, blankets, mittens, socks, beanies, and more. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to knit.

 

Pilates for Seniors

Pilates is a form of mind-body exercise designed to help workout your core muscles, although you can work other muscles as well with this popular form of exercise. In a study reported by the National Library of Medicine, Pilates was shown to improve functional autonomy, static balance and quality of life in elderly women. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to do Pilates.

 

Learn to Speak Romanian

Romanian is one of the easier languages to learn for English speakers. Similar to Spanish and Italian, Romanian is a Latin language and therefore it is considered to be one of the romance languages. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak Romanian.

 

Learn to Speak Norwegian

Like Swedish and Danish, Norwegian is a Germanic language derived from Old Norse, the language spoken across Scandinavia, and the Nordic settlements from which Vikings originated. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak Norwegian.

 

Learn to Speak Swedish

Pratar du svenska? For a native English language speaker, Swedish can be one of the easiest languages to learn. Swedish grammar uses many of the same principles as English grammar does. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak Swedish.

 

Learn to Speak Dutch

Dutch may sound like it would be a difficult language to learn for English speakers, but it’s actually one of the easier languages to master as it shares many similarities with both English and German. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak Dutch.

 

Learn to Speak Portuguese

The Portuguese language is very similar to Spanish and is relatively easy to learn. Both languages stem from Latin and are spoken widely throughout the world. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak Portuguese.

 

Learn to Speak German

Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Learning to speak a new language such as German is a fantastic hobby idea for seniors. Research has shown that learning a second language can decrease the risk of developing dementia and improve social skills. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak German.

 

Learn to Speak French

Parlez-vous francais? If you don’t speak French, there’s no better time to learn than right now. If you’re considering taking up French as a hobby, you’re making a great decision. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak French.

Learn to Speak Italian

Similar in origin to Spanish, Italian is one of the easier languages to learn. It also happens to be the language of love! It’s a melodic language that rolls off your tongue like a beautiful song. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak Italian.

 

Learn to Speak Spanish

It’s never too late to learn a new language, and Spanish is a great language to learn! It is estimated that more than 500 million people around the world speak Spanish as their native language. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to speak Spanish.

 

Learn to Write Poetry

Poetry is a literary work which often expresses ideas, emotions, and feelings, in a distinctive form, style and rhythm. Poetry has been around almost as long as language has been around and there are many different forms worth exploring. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to write poetry.

 

Learn to Play Chess

If you’re considering taking up the game of chess as a regular hobby or activity, you’ve come to the right place. Chess is one of the oldest and most popular board games around the world, originating in India in the 7th century, although in a different form than what we know it as today. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to play chess.

 

Learn How to Make Greeting Cards

You don’t have to be a design expert to make some amazing greeting cards for special occasions like birthdays, Christmas, anniversaries, etc. Websites like Canva make the process really simple for just about everyone. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to make greeting cards.

 

Photography for Seniors

Photography can be an indoor or outdoor hobby. It’s never too late to learn photography, and you don’t need to be an expert to get started. Sure, we have all taken pictures with a camera, but that’s pretty much where our knowledge of this art form ends, at least for most of us. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning photography.

 

Learn How to Start a Blog

Blogging has been a popular activity for people all over the world for over 10 years now, and is a fantastic hobby for seniors with extra time on their hands. If you have some writing skills and know a few computer basics, there’s no reason you can’t be a successful blogger. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to start a blog.

 

Couponing for Seniors

In addition to being a great money-saver, couponing is a fun and rewarding hobby that is enjoyed by people all over the world, especially among seniors who are on a limited income. You may think that couponing is complicated and not worth the effort, but that thinking couldn’t be further from the truth. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to save money with couponing.

 

Learn Genealogy

Since the advent of DNA tracing, genealogy has taken the world by storm. Thanks to online research websites and companies such as ancestry.com and others, this fascinating hobby and pastime is now enjoyed by millions of people around the world. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning all about genealogy and tracing your family roots.

 

Learn How to Make Origami

Origami is a really fun craft and hobby that is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. The art of origami involves the folding of paper to create 2 and 3 dimensional figures such as animals, usually from a single piece of paper. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to make origami.

 

Learn to Play the Mandolin

Believe it or not, learning to play the mandolin is relatively easy compared to other string instruments such as the guitar or violin. With that being said, it will still take a lot of practice to be able to master the instrument. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to play the mandolin.

 

Learn How to Play the Harmonica

If you’re looking for a fun, easy, and inexpensive new musical hobby, give the harmonica a try. One of the best things about playing the harmonica is that you can take it anywhere. It’s small and portable. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to play the harmonica.

 

Learn to How to Play the Banjo

The banjo is one of those instruments that you can instantly recognize being played in any song. This unique sounding instrument originates from Africa and came to the U.S. during the slavery period. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to play the banjo.

 

Acrylic Painting for Seniors

If you have some level of artistic talent and are looking for a hobby that is both therapeutic and fun, give acrylic painting a try! Acrylic painting really isn’t that difficult. The paint is easy to work with and it’s very forgiving. In fact, most people who start painting, do so with acrylic paint, as painting with oil is much less forgiving, messy, and takes a long time to dry. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning all about the art of acrylic painting.

 

Learn to Write a Novel

Have you always dreamt about writing a novel? There’s no better time to get started than now. If people tell you that you have a way with words, or a knack for storytelling, then you may indeed have what it takes to be a novelist or a fiction writer. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to write a novel.

 

Belly Dancing for Seniors

Belly dancing is an ancient form of dance that originated in the Middle East centuries ago. Opinions differ on the exact place of origin, but most believe this captivating form of dance can trace its roots back to Egypt. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to belly dance.

 

Pottery Making for Seniors

One of the best things about making pottery besides the fact that you get to create something really great, is that the process can be very therapeutic. Studies have found that through interaction with clay, kinesthetic experiences of physical actions and movements release energy and sensory focuses on the experiences of both external and internal sensations. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to make pottery and ceramics.

 

Learn Flower Arranging

Floral arrangement or arranging flowers is a fun hobby that has been around since the ancient Egyptians back in 2,500 BC, and possibly even earlier. Of course, back then flower arranging was more for ceremonial purposes rather than purely for decoration. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning the craft of flower arranging.

 

Learn to Play the Bassoon

The bassoon is a double reed woodwind instrument that is primarily featured in orchestral music. The instrument is primarily known for producing a warm vibrato and deep rich sound with a wide range of notes. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to play the bassoon.

 

Learn to Play the Oboe

The oboe is one of those instruments that most people are unfamiliar with unless they are a connoisseur of classical music or played in a school band or orchestra. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to play the oboe.

 

Learn to Play the Accordion

Although it may seem like the accordion is a complicated instrument that’s difficult to play, it’s actually one of the easier instruments to learn once you get familiar with a few of the basics. For beginners, not being able to clearly see the keys due to the way the instrument is held is probably the most challenging aspect of learning to play. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to play the accordion.

 

Learn to Play the Bagpipes

Who doesn’t want to learn to play the bagpipes? The bagpipes produce one of the most recognizable sounds of all musical instruments. Once we hear bagpipes playing, we are automatically transported to Scotland or Ireland. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to play the bagpipes.

 

Learn to Play the Cello

As with the other string instruments in the violin family, learning the cello takes time, practice, and dedication in order to become proficient. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to play the cello.

 

Learn to Play the Violin

Learning to play the violin can take some time, but once you put in the work and practice, you’ll be really glad you made the effort. The violin is a beautiful string instrument that is played by millions of people around the world. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to play the violin.

 

Learn to Speak Ukrainian

Approximately 40 million people speak Ukrainian as their native tongue, with the vast majority of those living in Ukraine. Most Ukrainians also happen to speak Russian, and while the two languages have some similarities, they are not the same. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Ukrainian.

 

Learn to Speak Polish

Estimates are that more than 50 million people around the world speak Polish as their native tongue, with the majority living in the European Union. Of course the majority of Polish speakers live in Poland, with nearly 97% of the Country’s citizens declaring Polish as their first language. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Polish.

 

Learn to speak Hungarian

Estimates are that the world is home to some 13 million native Hungarian speakers. Hungarian is most widely spoken in Hungary, where it is the official language. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Hungarian.

 

Learn to Speak Greek

Greek is an ancient language, having the longest documented history of any Indo-European language, spanning at least 3,400 years of written records. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Greek.

 

Learn to Speak Japanese

It’s never too late to learn a second language, and Japanese is a great language to learn! Estimates are that there are more than 120 million native Japanese speakers around the world, with the vast majority of those living in Japan. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Japanese.

 

Learn to Speak Korean

It is estimated that there are approximately 80 million native Korean speakers in the world, with the majority living in South Korea. In addition, there is a substantial Korean population in the United States (Americans of Korean ancestry) with the number totaling around 2 million. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Korean.

 

Learn to Speak Croatian

Croatian is a language that is grouped together with the Slavic branch of Indo-European languages which are spoken in most of eastern Europe. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Croatian.

 

Learn to Speak Indonesian

Unlike some other Asian languages, Indonesian can be relatively easy for native English speakers to learn. The basic grammar and vocabulary if fairly straightforward and it uses the Latin alphabet. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Indonesian.

 

Learn to Speak Danish

Not to be confused with the tasty sweet fluffy pastry, Danish is a North Germanic language spoken by approximately 6 million people throughout the world, but most notably in and around Denmark where it is the native language. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning to speak Danish.

 

Learn the Art of Stenciling

At one point in our lives, we’ve all used a stencil to transform a shape, figure, or letters onto a piece of paper or even a wall in a room. Stenciling can take on many different forms and styles depending on the type of material you are applying the stencil to, the stencil designs being used, the material being applied, and the instrument that you are applying the material with. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning how to stencil.

 

Charcoal Drawing for Seniors

Charcoal presents a unique look and texture when applied to paper. Artists like drawing with charcoal for its versatility when drawing. You can smudge, shade, draw hard lines, and draw soft lines without the need for additional materials. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning charcoal drawing.

 

Pastel Drawing and Painting for Seniors

Pastel drawing is a form of art that lies somewhere between drawing and painting. It’s like you’re painting with a stick of color. Pastel painting can produce very rich textures and opaque vivid colors, which is why a lot of artists like or liked to use them, including Leonardo da Vinci. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning pastel drawing.

 

Abstract Painting for Seniors

Abstract painting is…abstract. The term itself is difficult to define. In the world of art, abstract represents a sort of departure from reality. It uses shapes and forms, colors, and textures, to present something that is unrecognizable and strays away from visual reality. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning abstract painting.

 

Splatter Painting for Seniors

Splatter painting can be a fun and sometimes messy creative hobby for anyone, including seniors looking for an easy artistic form of expression. Splatter painting is the process of creating an original work of art by “flicking”, dripping, or throwing paint onto a canvas to give it a splattered look. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning splatter painting.

 

Watercolor Painting for Seniors

Watercolor painting is fun and easy hobby for seniors looking to express their artistic abilities without needing to go through an excessive amount of training. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning watercolor painting.

 

Oil Painting for Seniors

Oil painting is a fantastic hobby for seniors that don’t mind a bit of an artistic challenge. With that being said, there are many painters who will tell you that painting with oil is easier than painting with acrylic paint. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning oil painting.

 

Learn to Do Bonsai

The ancient art of bonsai traces its roots back to China, however it was Japan that perfected the techniques that we associate with bonsai today. Bonsai remains an integral part of Japan’s cultural and artistic tradition. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning the art of bonsai.

 

Posture Exercises for Seniors

It’s no secret that aging can have a negative impact on posture. The bones which make up our vertebrae can weaken and shorten, spinal disks harden and lose volume, and the muscles that help to support the spine and keep us upright eventual weaken with inactivity. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning posture exercises.

 

Barre Workout for Seniors

Unless you’ve been living alone isolated in the woods these past couple of years, you’ve no doubt heard of barre exercises or barre classes. Barre exercises typically combine techniques that are used in yoga, ballet, and Pilates, to develop strength and flexibility in various muscle groups throughout the body. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning Barre for seniors.

 

Meditation for Seniors

Meditation is an ancient practice designed to clear your mind and enhance both physical and mental well-being. The term “meditation” refers to a variety of practices that focus on mind and body integration which are used to calm the mind and enhance overall well-being. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for learning meditation.

 

Full Body Workout for Seniors

As we age, our bodies lose strength, endurance, and flexibility, all of which can make us more prone to injury. However loss of muscle mass, endurance, and flexibility, isn’t necessarily a direct result of the aging process alone. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for full body workouts for seniors.

 

Leg Strengthening Exercises for Seniors

Walking and running are a great way to strengthen your legs, but sometimes it’s good to do a workout that specifically focuses on building leg strength. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for leg strengthening workouts for seniors.

 

Tai Chi Exercises for Seniors

The practice of Tai chi is a form of exercise which consists of slow gentle movements and physical postures, a meditative state of mind, and controlled breathing. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for Tai Chi exercises for seniors.

 

Core Exercises for Seniors

An important exercise for active seniors that’s often overlooked involves core strengthening. Core exercises should always be included with any fitness program. When you work your core, you’re primarily working your pelvis, lower back, hips and stomach. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for core body workouts for seniors.

 

Chair Exercises for Seniors

Chair–based exercise is a seated, structured and progressive exercise program, which uses a chair to provide stability. This type of exercise program is a great option for seniors with limited mobility. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for sitting chair workouts for seniors.

 

Cardio Exercises for Seniors

Done in moderation, light cardio exercises can be a great way for active seniors to improve or maintain their level of fitness. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for cardio workouts for seniors.

 

Balance Exercises for Seniors

During the normal aging process, physiological changes occur in our bodies which can sometimes create problems with balance and overall visual and spatial awareness. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for balance exercises for seniors.

 

Stretching Exercises for Seniors

One of the great things about stretching exercises for seniors is that you can pretty much do them anytime and anywhere. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for stretching exercises for seniors.

 

Indoor Walking Exercises for Seniors

If you’re a senior and not familiar with all of the health benefits of walking on a regular basis, it’s time to take note. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for indoor walking exercises for seniors.

 

Resistance Band Exercises for Seniors

Resistance band exercises use large elastic bands that leverage oppositional force to train muscles, meaning that the more you pull, the more resistance you get. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for resistance band workouts for seniors.

 

Chair Aerobics for Seniors

For seniors with limited mobility, participating in low impact chair aerobics exercise activities is a great way to increase blood circulation, burn calories, improve flexibility, and enhance overall fitness without putting too much pressure on the body’s joints. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for chair aerobics exercises for seniors.

 

Strength Exercises for Seniors

According to the CDC, participation in regular strengthening exercises is essential to staying strong and vital during older adulthood. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for strength exercises for seniors.

 

Yoga for Seniors

Believe it or not, yoga isn’t exclusive to flexible women in their 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s hanging out at the yoga studio after work. In fact, the practice of yoga appeals to both women and men of all ages. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for yoga workouts for seniors.

 

Chair Yoga for Seniors

Chair yoga can be a fantastic way for seniors with limited mobility to get many of the health benefits that yoga offers without being overly strenuous on the body. Check out the beginner instructional videos we have for chair yoga workouts for seniors.