How it works
Yoga Moves MS is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to increase the quality of life for individuals with neuromuscular conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and stroke by providing Adaptive Yoga Moves Any Body classes within an empowering, safe, and supportive community. Holistic health and mindfulness practices are integrated into all of our educational offerings.
Our donation-supported classes are complementary to anyone who wants to join. Interested students must complete a WAIVER FORM to be added to the class schedule distribution email. We are 100% funded by the generosity and support of our donors.
I’m a Student
We look forward to seeing you at a LIVE upcoming session! We offer virtual classes every day of the week with varying times, scope, and focus.
Practice online in the comfort of your home, at your own pace with a supportive and interactive virtual format.
To join a class, start by filling out the Waiver Form by clicking the Sign Up button below.
You may also join our On Demand classes that are available for viewing based on your schedule. Learn more here.
FUND a Student
We believe yoga should be accessible to Any Body regardless of ability to pay. We appreciate any and all donations to further our mission! Our hearts and minds are always open, ready to help the next student and help guide them on their unique journey.
I care for someone with a neuromuscular condition
Care partners play an integral role on the Yoga Moves MS team. You are invited to attend classes as a student or assist during class. We also invite you to attend our annual Holistic Health and Wellness Forum for MS and Party with a Purpose. To join a class, fill out the Waiver Form by clicking the Sign Up button below.
The benefits of adaptive yoga
Learn more about the Adaptive Yoga Moves Any Body classes and how they can benefit you!
Weekly yoga is good for my body, my mind, spirit and my attitude towards this disease. When something in my body chooses to have a mind of its own, I hear Mindy’s words in my head–breathe and direct your energy to where you need it to go and be kind to your body.
I learned poses and relaxation techniques that I can practice at home with increasing success, helping my neck pain a great deal.
I recently installed a faucet; a tedious on-your-back job that puts a lot of pressure on the back. I used my yoga bridge pose extensively for comfort, fit and leverage, and it was THE KEY FACTOR in my ability to do that job. Who knew yoga would be great for amateur plumbers?