**See LOCATIONS tab for changes to Jacksonville schedule
***Philadelphia is back! See LOCATIONS tab for schedule and donation information
Please join us for free yoga classes! Click on LOCATIONS tab for detailed information and links to oMS Yoga locations.
Jacksonville, FL: Big Fish Yoga, MBody Yoga, Dragon Dance Yoga
Philadelphia, PA: In collaboration with MossRehab, 3 locations coming in July 2015!
Megan is a Nurse Practitioner and MS Certified Nurse who has been caring for families living with MS for 13 years. She is a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher and teaches based on the Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga methodology. She did her teacher training at Big Fish Power Yoga in Jacksonville Beach, and has completed Level 1 training with Baron Baptiste.
Weekly registration is required, and can be accomplished by visiting the studio website for the class you would like to attend. Please come dressed in comfortable, cool clothing. Bring a yoga mat, towel, and water. If you do not have a mat, you can rent one from the studio for a small fee.
Cheryl is a yogi, wife, and mom who has MS. She is a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher and teaches based on the Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga methodology. She completed her teacher training at MBody Yoga in Jacksonville.
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Why Yoga for MS?
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Purchase a beautiful oMS Yoga bracelet from Carma Blue, with a portion of the proceeds going to the North Florida chapter of the
National MS Society.
Classes occur in 6-week sessions with 2-weeks off between sessions. Join us for one, some, or all! We teach based on the empowering Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga Methodology to provide a gentle, yet challenging class with meditation that is adaptable to all levels of ability. If you use an assistive device, you must be able to independently transfer; if not, you must bring a care partner.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information between the brain and the body. oMS Yoga is changing the lives of people living with Multiple Sclerosis through yoga. The flow must go on.