Gentle Yoga, Boise
This class consists of gentle movement and breath followed by a guided meditation practice known as Integrative Restoration (iRest). All ability levels welcome. The use of chairs and props make easy movements and postures accessible to everyone. (Wheelchairs welcome, too.) Simple breathing exercises can be profoundly refreshing. Yoga is now recognized as an excellent means of managing symptoms of MS. Benefits include: increased body awareness, release of muscular tension, increased coordination and balance, better flexibility and strength, decreased fatigue, increased tolerance to heat, improved circulation and breathing, improved organ function, enhanced alertness, stress reduction and an overall feeling of well-being.
Date: Monday, Wednesday, Thursdays
Time: Noon-1 p.m.
Yoga for Wellness,
1175 East Parkcenter Boulevard, Boise
Building is Handicap Accessible
The Utah-Southern Idaho Chapter has identified programs offered by other organizations that may be beneficial to those affected by MS. These programs may be of interest to those living with MS, as well as their family and friends. Please review the disclaimer before signing up or taking advantage of any of these non-National MS Society programs.
DISCLAIMER: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society does not endorse products, services, or manufacturers. Programs appear here solely because they are considered valuable information and you may find them beneficial. The Society assumes no liability for these programs or the use or contents of any product or service mentioned. Additionally, it is important to note that any person registering for the programs listed will be sharing their personal information with an organization outside of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.