Yoga is one of the most popular therapies for people with MS. It helps to provide core stability. It is a unity of mind and body and is as much about your breathing and your outlook on life as it is about postures. Done properly, yoga calms the mind and energises the body, as well as helping to counteract stress, fatigue and depression. It has a good effect on the endocrine glands, the circulatory and respiratory systems, and improves well-being.
The Centre is fortunate to have a highly experienced and well-qualified teacher, Gill Ansty, who has been teaching for over 20 years. Gill is a Viniyoga (AYS Practitioner) having completed the 750 hour Sadhana Mala Teaching and Yoga Therapy Certificate. Gill also holds a British Wheel of Yoga Diploma Certs, and Yoga for Health General and Remedial Certificates. Gill is CNHC registered. You can find out more about Gill on her website www.canoeyoga.co.uk.
Gill is assisted by Tara Hawes, who also runs the evening classes. Tara is also a Viniyoga (AYS Practitioner), with a Sadhana Mala Teaching and Yoga Therapy and British Wheel of Yoga Certificate. Tara is CNHC registered.
Places in the Yoga class are limited to 12 people and run in 12 week terms. We suggest a minimum donation towards the Centre’s costs of £60.00 for 12 sessions paid at the beginning of the term.