Class Schedule

Our daily Adaptive Yoga Moves Any Body classes for those with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and neuromuscular conditions combine mindful breathing practices, yoga postures, and meditation. Pure chair yoga classes, or a combination of on-your-seat, on-your-feet and on-the-mat are scheduled daily. They are designed to connect your mind, body, and spirit.

Until further notice, all Adaptive Yoga Moves Any Body classes are virtual, conducted live via Zoom. Practice in the comfort of your home, and at your pace with a supportive and interactive format.

To sign up for a class, fill out the WAIVER FORM.

Virtual Class Schedule

We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming session! We currently offer daily virtual classes Monday through Saturday with varying times, scope, and  focus. 

All classes are virtual, allowing you to practice with us online in the comfort of your home, at your own pace with a supportive and interactive format.

class schedule

Class descriptions below suggest props such as blankets, straps, and blocks that you may place nearby. Many adaptive yoga moves classes will be on one chair and sometimes two. It is very helpful to have two chairs when the title says “yoga with two chairs” and when the description refers to yoga “on the mat”. Yoga with two chairs is just like sitting on the floor without having to get up and down off the floor. The class will include a yoga flow with postures that enhance flexibility, strength, and balance. The second chair will provide an opportunity for a deeper stretch in the upper and lower body. Yoga on a mat is optional for certain seated poses.

Class descriptions below suggest props such as blankets, straps, and blocks that you may place nearby. Many adaptive yoga moves classes will be on one chair and sometimes two. It is very helpful to have two chairs when the title says “yoga with two chairs” and when the description refers to yoga “on the mat”. Yoga with two chairs is just like sitting on the floor without having to get up and down off the floor. The class will include a yoga flow with postures that enhance flexibility, strength, and balance. The second chair will provide an opportunity for a deeper stretch in the upper and lower body. Yoga on a mat is optional for certain seated poses.

The Yoga Moves MS schedule has many different types of adaptive yoga, breathing, and meditation opportunities. You are encouraged to mix it up! Try a little of this (postures, dance, meditation) and a lot of that (breathing). Remember, safety is your TOP priority.

Classes may focus on either on your seat, on your feet, and on the earth/mat. Adaptive presents different options for Any and Every Body. You can make the class your own by choosing to do each pose on your seat, on your feet, and on the earth/mat. If you have not experienced yoga and are new to the practice, it is highly recommended that you attend Foundations of Chair Yoga before taking other Adaptive Yoga Moves Andy Body classes.

The Class descriptions below suggest props such as blankets, straps, and blocks that you may place nearby. Most adaptive yoga moves require one chair and sometimes two. It is very helpful to have two chairs, especially when adapting to poses that are traditionally on the earth. Yoga with two chairs is just like sitting on the floor without having to get up and down off the floor.


New Yogis/Foundations of Chair Yoga for Any Body:

This is a class designed for new yogis and those who want to learn more about breathing and alignment in yoga poses. If you’ve been hesitant to try a yoga class, this class is for you! We will introduce you to the foundations of Chair Yoga with demonstration and practice of basic yoga poses. Interaction is highly encouraged and time is allotted for conversation and questions. Let’s learn together how to breathe and move for improved strength and flexibility. Calm your nervous system and build your confidence. Students have the option to stay for the following Chair Yoga class at noon. Props: Chair. Blankets, straps, or blocks are optional.


Chair Yoga (standing optional)

This 60-minute class will begin on the chair with breathwork, centering, and warm-ups. Standing options with the support of a chair(s) are optional. Props: Two chairs are suggested for safety with certain poses. Please make sure that your chair is secure and stable on a yoga mat or carpeting so that it will not slide.


Chair Yoga Duo

This one-hour adaptive yoga class is co-taught by two YMMS Instructors who demonstrate and teach poses seated and standing with a chair. Receive simultaneous demonstrations for On Your Seat and On Your Feet. You are sure to enjoy this fun teach duo! Props: One to two chairs, block, blanket, yoga strap or belt.


Balance and Core Chair Yoga (standing optional)

Improve balance and stability with a focus on the core muscles around your trunk and pelvis. Train the muscles of your pelvis, low back, hips, thighs, and abdomen to work together, which can improve balance and stability in daily activities. This class begins seated with attention to breath and whole body warmups and includes guided relaxation or brief meditation. Students may elect to transition to standing pose adaptations. Props: Chair, strap, and block. Light weights or filled water bottle (optional).


Breathe and Stretch with Two Chairs (standing or on the mat is optional)

We take over 22,000 breaths on average per day. What could be more important than focusing on your breath? This 45-minute class is dedicated to practicing a functional breath. A variety of yoga breathing techniques known as pranayama are introduced. A combination of seated stretches are incorporated. Standing poses and on the mat are offered as adaptations to a yoga pose. Props: Strap, block, and two chairs. For the second chair, a firm footstool is a good alternative.


Breathe and Meditate

This 30-minute class is dedicated to practicing a functional breath for optimal wellness. A variety of mindful yoga breathing and meditation techniques are introduced. The class format is interactive with time for questions and answers.


Yoga/Dance Flow

This class offers an exploration of movement through a fusion of dance and yoga. Research has shown that yoga and dance can improve coordination, energy, cognition, and confidence. Experience fun and movement with instructor, Julie. Props: Chair, strap, block


MS Yogis Self Help Support group

This support group is led by Yoga Moves MS students, Debbie Pike and Tracy Jackson who were trained by the National MS Society. It will integrate the common interests of yoga and MS and meets on the third Saturday of each month.

Class Descriptions

The Yoga Moves MS schedule has many different types of adaptive yoga, breathing, and meditation opportunities. You are encouraged to mix it up! Try a little of this (postures, dance, meditation) and a lot of that (breathing). Remember, safety is your TOP priority.

Classes may focus on either on your seat, on your feet, and on the earth/mat. Adaptive presents different options for Any and Every Body. You can make the class your own by choosing to do each pose on your seat, on your feet, and on the earth/mat. If you have not experienced yoga and are new to the practice, it is highly recommended that you attend Foundations of Chair Yoga before taking other Adaptive Yoga Moves Andy Body classes.

The Class descriptions below suggest props such as blankets, straps, and blocks that you may place nearby. Most adaptive yoga moves require one chair and sometimes two. It is very helpful to have two chairs, especially when adapting to poses that are traditionally on the earth. Yoga with two chairs is just like sitting on the floor without having to get up and down off the floor.


New Yogis/Foundations of Chair Yoga for Any Body:

This is a class designed for new yogis and those who want to learn more about breathing and alignment in yoga poses. If you’ve been hesitant to try a yoga class, this class is for you! We will introduce you to the foundations of Chair Yoga with demonstration and practice of basic yoga poses. Interaction is highly encouraged and time is allotted for conversation and questions. Let’s learn together how to breathe and move for improved strength and flexibility. Calm your nervous system and build your confidence. Students have the option to stay for the following Chair Yoga class at noon. Props: Chair. Blankets, straps, or blocks are optional.


Chair Yoga (standing optional)

This 60-minute class will begin on the chair with breathwork, centering, and warm-ups. Standing options with the support of a chair(s) are optional. Props: Two chairs are suggested for safety with certain poses. Please make sure that your chair is secure and stable on a yoga mat or carpeting so that it will not slide.


Chair Yoga Duo

This one-hour adaptive yoga class is co-taught by two YMMS Instructors who demonstrate and teach poses seated and standing with a chair. Receive simultaneous demonstrations for On Your Seat and On Your Feet. You are sure to enjoy this fun teach duo! Props: One to two chairs, block, blanket, yoga strap or belt.


Balance and Core Chair Yoga (standing optional)

Improve balance and stability with a focus on the core muscles around your trunk and pelvis. Train the muscles of your pelvis, low back, hips, thighs, and abdomen to work together, which can improve balance and stability in daily activities. This class begins seated with attention to breath and whole body warmups and includes guided relaxation or brief meditation. Students may elect to transition to standing pose adaptations. Props: Chair, strap, and block. Light weights or filled water bottle (optional).


Breathe and Stretch with Two Chairs (standing or on the mat is optional)

We take over 22,000 breaths on average per day. What could be more important than focusing on your breath? This 45-minute class is dedicated to practicing a functional breath. A variety of yoga breathing techniques known as pranayama are introduced. A combination of seated stretches are incorporated. Standing poses and on the mat are offered as adaptations to a yoga pose. Props: Strap, block, and two chairs. For the second chair, a firm footstool is a good alternative.


Breathe and Meditate

This 30-minute class is dedicated to practicing a functional breath for optimal wellness. A variety of mindful yoga breathing and meditation techniques are introduced. The class format is interactive with time for questions and answers.


Yoga/Dance Flow

This class offers an exploration of movement through a fusion of dance and yoga. Research has shown that yoga and dance can improve coordination, energy, cognition, and confidence. Experience fun and movement with instructor, Julie. Props: Chair, strap, block


MS Yogis Self Help Support group

This support group is led by Yoga Moves MS students, Debbie Pike and Tracy Jackson who were trained by the National MS Society. It will integrate the common interests of yoga and MS and meets on the third Saturday of each month.

How to sign up for a virtual class:

STEP 1

Complete our WAIVER FORM to secure a log in and join our community.

STEP 2

Once you have completed the Waiver Form, you will be automatically added to our Class Schedule email distribution. If you do not receive the weekly schedule, please CONTACT US directly.

STEP 3

Join the Virtual Adaptive Yoga Moves Any Body class of your choice by clicking on the Zoom link in the weekly email.

Classes are complimentary. However, if you would like to make a donation for the class, click below. A $10 donation per class is suggested.

View our Virtual Adaptive Yoga Moves Any Body class schedule.
The schedule is password protected. You must fill out the WAIVER FORM to get access to the class schedule.

For questions or more information, you can always email us directly at info@yogamovesms.org

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Benefits of Adaptive Yoga Moves any body classes

Practice safely with a supportive, compassionate, and accepting group

Learn from knowledgeable, highly experienced instructors

Move at your own pace

Improve breath, flexibility, strength, focus, sleep, circulation, digestion, mood and energy

Calm your nervous system