Yoga for Caregiver Resources
We proudly support the following teachers who offer yoga specifically for Caregivers.
Y.E.B.O (Yoga Education Breathwork Outreach) offers:
Alzheimer's Prevention (Black Centered) Yoga Therapy Tools & Conversations.
Learn evidence-based yoga and meditation practices for Alzheimer's Prevention and Brain Longevity for People of Color.
What will you gain from these classes? Watch this short introduction video by Zee Cruise.
• Alzheimer’s disease is more prevalent among African-Americans than among whites — with estimates ranging from 14% to almost 100% higher;
• There is a greater familial risk of Alzheimer’s in African-Americans;
• Genetic and environmental factors may work differently to cause Alzheimer’s disease in African-Americans.
Zee Cruise and Nya Patrinos are Yoga Therapists certified in Brain Longevity by the Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Association.
Find them on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/Y.E.B.O.1on1
Yoga 4 Caregivers
Offers free classes on Facebook
Yoga4Caregivers is a new community focused on educating and empowering family Caregivers to explore the self-care practices of yoga, meditation and mindful movement. These ancient healing practices are proven to calm the nervous system, increase the mind-body connection and improve physical health and well-being.
Join the group here to connect with other Caregivers and learn how these tools can help lower levels of stress, anxiety and depression commonly experienced among Caregivers. Find support to rest, recharge, and reconnect with your inner resilience to help sustain your caregiving journey and improve your quality of life.
If you are a Registered Yoga Teacher/Therapist or Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction facilitator and would like to volunteer please connect with Founder and Director Jennifer Henius, LCSW, RYT firstname.lastname@example.org
Sacred Elders Yoga
Live from Banff, Alberta
Free or by donation
Seniors Chair Yoga and Meditation Live Classes Every week with Sacred Elders with Kristen Beaulieu, conscious-aging advocate. After many years of working with, and for, seniors she created Sacred Elders to offer services and support to seniors, their care-givers, and service providers. These services are inclusive of all experiences of aging as valid and worthy of being seen and recognized.