Examples of easy stretch poses for seniors include a seated hamstring stretch, standing calf stretch and seated back stretch. Other examples include a seated torso and chest stretch, according to About.com.
To perform a seated hamstring stretch, sit on a bench or in a chair facing another chair. Prop one leg on the other chair, stretching the toes out and keeping the other foot on the floor. Make sure the back is straight and abdominal muscles are engaged, and then bend forward from the hips until a gentle stretch is felt, instructs About.com. See a doctor before doing this stretch if a hip has been replaced.
For the standing calf stretch, place one hand on a wall in a split stance with one leg forward and one back. Press the heel of the back leg into the floor and lean forward. Repeat both of these stretches for the other leg. The seated back stretch involves sitting and clasping the hands together in front of the body and rounding the back deeply while pressing arms outward, explains About.com. Begin stretching with a five to 10 minute light cardio session. Hold each stretch for at least 10 seconds and repeat a couple of times.