Yoga practice can increase the quality of life and provide a lot of support in disability management. Yoga can be adapted to all kinds of needs and levels of mobility.
I provide classes that suit your current level of fitness and bring you closer to your health and well-being goals. You can choose whether to practice a very gentle, relaxation-oriented restorative yoga, chair yoga, a gentle practice on a mat or challenge yourself to do a more vigorous style of yoga.
Goals that can be achieved with yoga practice include:
– managing anxiety and moods
– managing chronic pain
– maintaining and increasing join mobility
– developing strength, flexibility and balance
– bettering general relationship with your body.
Disability and chronic conditions do not have to exclude you from yoga practice. I have experience in work with people struggling both with mental and physical conditions and I know that we can walk this path together, taking one step at a time.
I’ve been working with people living with:
- intellectual deficit
- Down Syndrome
- Dandy-Walker Syndrome
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Cerebral Palsy
- Visual Impairment
If you are curious how to start your practice, please contact me to find about your options.