Tuesdays from 25th February, 1:30pm-2:30pm, donation-based
Accessible Yoga is a donation-based practice suitable for those who currently don’t have access to yoga practice due to injury, illness or disability.
What is Accessible Yoga?
Accessible Yoga is a practice suitable for those who currently don’t have access to yoga practices, especially communities that may feel excluded or underserved. These communities may include people with physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, or invisible disabilities such as chronic illness, emotional challenge or PTSD. They include people with vision or hearing impairments, canes, walkers and wheelchairs. People of all ages. This class will allow you to practice yoga using a variety of supportive props and each asana will be adapted to work best for you in the way you need it. In a safe, friendly and nurturing environment.
Price of Accessible Yoga
This will be a donation-based class. Each donation will go into the community pot which funds other ongoing community projects.
Why Come to Accessible Yoga?
We hope that by starting a group Accessible Yoga Class it will give a sense of community to individuals who may feel isolated. By practicing together in a group, it’s easy to see that we are all so different and unique in our own ways but we can all benefit and move together and hopefully end feeling a little lighter and a little calmer
About the Teacher
Keira May feels so passionate about sharing yoga with those who wouldn’t normally feel confident to join a class. She has extensive experience of working with people of all ages and abilities, having worked in the past as a professional carer. Keira incorporates her training as an accessible yoga teacher and a yotism (yoga for autism) and reflex yoga practitioner to create a practice that works well for each individual.