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Yoga for MS

occurs on: Wednesdays
Book by emailing Lynne.Gibson@groups.mssociety.org.uk
time: 11:30 - 12:30
cost: £3.50 per session
A slow and gentle yoga class specifically for those with MS.

We will be seated in chairs for most of the class, with gentle balance improvement work at ballet barres - followed by a guided relaxation.
We start with breathing exercises to improve respiratory health and then move through every part of the body to release tension and to improve co-ordination, mobility and strength.

The class moves at a gentle pace and includes lots of one to one assistance and exploration so that you can also do the exercises at home.

Is this class suitable for yoga beginners?

Absolutely, the class is gentle and slow with lots of guidance and time to explore the movements.

Is this class suitable if I find it difficult to stand or walk?

Yes, this class is specifically designed to support those with MS and as such gently works to improve our ability to stand and walk with the assistance of ballet barres.

What happens in this class?

We start with gentle breathing exercises to relax, then we move through every part of the body to release tension and to improve mobility and strength - working towards reducing the imbalances in the body that are associated with MS. We often then take our time to stand at the ballet barres where we explore some standing movements with the assistance of the barres. Finally we enjoy a guided relaxation.

Is there someone I can talk to about this class?

Yes, please call the teacher Emma, on 07549 934 944

How do I book?

Email Lynne.Gibson@groups.mssociety.org.uk

about the Teacher

Emma Lowther-Wright: Studio Director

Hi, I'm Emma and I am very fortunate to have been trained to teach Ashtanga Yoga by world-renowned John Scott. John is one of the key teachers who brought Ashtanga yoga from India to Europe.

I am dedicated to and immersed in the Ashtanga practice and continue to travel to study with senior 500hr international teachers including Eddie Stern, Scott Johnson and Greg Nardi.

I teach with an emphasis on clear communication, empowerment, joy and compassion. I am especially interested in the neuroscience of yoga, how yoga can release physically held mental and emotional tension and how yoga can help us to live with greater joy, confidence and ease.

As well as studio classes I work within the community teaching in workplaces and education settings and to members of our community with physical and mental health challenges including those with deafness, who use a wheelchair and have cognitive challenges.

My classes are heart-lifting, empowering, flowing dances to the rhythm of the breath. I share movement and meditation practices with kindness, encouragement and joy - I hope to welcome you to a class soon.
RYT 200hrs, BAST PLdip, Groove Facilitator, POUND, Barre Concept

I am only fairly recent to the studio and to Emma as a teacher but wow what a difference it has made to my week each week and my well-being overall. I look forward to my classes and feel amazing after.

Emma is so kind and helpful  coaxing you to push a little further and increase your practice, making it more enjoyable and giving your a stronger basis. The yoga in the park during the pandemic was a life line and such a beautiful idea I almost sad to go back to a studio. We laugh, practice and most of all enjoy the moment. I recommend this school and teacher wholeheartedly ......”  Anna

Wow - what a difference!

I have practiced yoga with many teachers but have learnt so much from Emma. Her explanations are very clear and really help me to get more from each posture and my practice. I always feel wonderful after her yoga classes. Thank you for sharing your knowledge Emma. Pauline

Learnt so much

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