Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre
  • Home
  • About MS
  • MSRC Services
  • Get Involved
  • MS Research News
  • MSRC Groups
  • Useful Resources
  • Welcome To Josephs Court, MS Centre Of Excellence
  • Advertising
  • Best Bet Diet Group
  • E-Newsletter
  • Contact Us
  • Investor in People
    You are here : Home » Useful Resources » Tai Chi & Yoga

    Tai Chi & Yoga

    A A A
    [Print this page]

    Share |


    Cecily Sumner is a Viniyoga teacher who has several students with MS and has had some success in keeping students mobile. 

    Yoga cannot cure MS but with regular practice the student is able to cope physically better and also mentally with daily living. 

    Cecily teaches Viniyoga, and one of the main principles of Viniyoga is to teach yoga respecting the student's ability, age, health and culture.

    If you live in the Godalming/Cranleigh/Dunsfold area of Surrey and would like more details on Cecily's classes then please visit her website.

    http://www.vinyasayogagodalming.com/

    Details the variety of tai chi and therapeutic arts classes, and lists instructors. Includes healing arts directory and healthy eating guide.

    What is tai chi and who is it suitable for? What should I wear?

    Find a taiji or qigong near you with our directory listing geographically by county and town in UK/Ireland.

    Related Items
    Accessible Holidays
    Care And Respite Centres
    Carers and Caring
    Computer Software And Accesible Technology
    Disability Living Webpages
    Disabled Living Centres
    ELISA Tests
    Equipment and Gadgets
    Financial Support Sites
    General Web Services
    Health Related Websites
    International MS Organisations
    Lasting Power Of Attorney (LPA)
    MS Therapy Centres (UK and Ireland)
    Online MS Medical Broadcasts
    Other UK MS Organisations
    Personal MS Web Sites
    Recipes
    Research Organisations
    Specialist MS Centres & Specialist Neurology Teams
    Support Sites
    The Deferno Trust
    The Snowdon Award Scheme - help for disabled students
    Vitamins and Supplements
    Web Resources For Children, Teens & Parents


    Did you find this information useful? Would you like to comment on this page? Let us know what you think! We welcome all comments and feedback on any aspect of our website - please click here to contact us.