Breath.Life.Yoga Expands and Reschedules Class
Breath.Life.Yoga, in Indianapolis, has changed the name and time of what was previously entitled its Parkinson’s class. The new class, Therapeutic Adaptive Yoga for Neurological Disorders, now serves those with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia and other neurological issues, and has moved to Tuesdays from 11 to 11:45 a.m., and the fee is donation based.
In the class, participants experience movement to help with balance, flexibility, strength and stress reduction. Exercises can be done on the floor, in a chair, with the assistance of props and is appropriate for all skill levels.
Breath.Life.Yoga also offers group classes, private sessions, and classes in corporate settings, all designed with the goals, skill level and capacity of each student in mind. In addition, it offers kids’ yoga, restorative yoga, partner yoga and other specialty classes, including 200-hour teacher training. Lifestyle classes in ayurveda, vegetarian cooking, individual and group meditation, yoga philosophy and other related subjects are also provided.