Yoga includes physical exercise but it is also a lifestyle practice for which exercise is just one component. Training your mind, body and breathing, as well as connecting with your spirituality, are the main goals of the yoga lifestyle. Yoga can be beneficial for individuals with disabilities or chronic health conditions through both the physical postures and breathing work. Each pose can be modified or adapted to meet the needs of the members and can be performed whilst seated in a chair or wheelchairs. 

Yoga classes are currently held on a Monday, Tuesday and Friday afternoon.

We also have a Stroke Support and Yoga Group  on a Wednesday afternoon.

Tai Chi brings together deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements. Tai Chi originally developed as a martial art in 13th-century China. Tai Chi is today practiced all around the world. Tai Chi can help reduce stress, improve general balance and mobility and increase muscle strength in the legs.

Tai Chi classes are on a Thursday afternoon. All classes are adapted to suit our members and their disabilities, including wheelchair users.

 

 

 

 

 






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