Chair Yoga Classes suspended as precaution (Coronavirus)
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing, using a series of postures to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Poses can be modified to make them suitable for those with reduced mobility, and can be practiced standing, sitting in a chair or wheelchair, or even lying on the floor.
Practicing yoga can improve your core strength and balance and help you cope with everyday tasks. The relaxing benefits of yoga may also help you manage the mental challenges of MS, and it and offers the social advantages of being part of a group.
There is now a suggested donations of £2.50 offset some of the costs of running the class.
|Date and time:||Wednesday - 14:00 to 15:15|
North Durham Group
|Contact:||Jacqueline Stevenson [email protected] •Telephone: 0191 371 0646 •Mobile: 07976 274 794|
|Accessibility:||Accessible internal environment, Accessible toilet, Level access, Parking facilities for disabled people, Ramped access|
|Who should attend:||
People with MS, families and carers