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PWR (Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery) YOGA

Location:  St Mary’s Anglican Church, 2490 West 37th, Kerisdale, Parish Hall


Dates:  2nd & 4th Thursday of each month (break June – August)


Time:  1:00 – 2:00 pm


Price:  Free


Contact: Christina Niven 604-649-8522

Research has shown that large amplitude movements can be highly beneficial for those with Parkinsons, helping them to improve mobility, coordination and balance.


This class combines the PWR (Parkinsons Wellness Recovery) Moves designed by physiotherapist Dr Becky Farley with yoga stretches, breathing and vocalization. It is an opportunity to move, stretch, breathe and focus.


Each class will include seated (on chairs) and standing positions , so the ability to transition, either independently or with a caregiver is necessary.


Class size is limited to 12 participants (not including your caregiver). Please note that the instructor (Christina) is limited in the amount of attention she can provide to each individual, so if your PD is more advanced, please ensure you bring someone with you who can assist you in your movements. The ability to stand using support is a requirement for this class.


Newbies always welcome!


Location:  Green Room Yoga, 2645 E. Hastings (Hastings/Sunrise area)


Dates:  Mondays


Price:  See Green Room’s website for pricing


Time:  5:45 – 7:15 pm


Contact:  Christina Niven 604-649-8522


Register via the BOOK THIS CLASS button. You will be forwarded to Alix at Green Room Yoga. Thank you!


In this gentle therapeutic class, we will focus on relaxing the body and mind through breath awareness, gentle movement and restorative postures. Class will include practices that enable you to improve flexibility and build strength in order to find more functional movement and patterning in your body. You will also have an opportunity to experience deep rest in supported poses.