Yoga for Parkinson’s Online Training

Renée Le Verrier, Yoga for Parkinson’s Online Training

Next Session: To Be Announced

Whether you're convinced you can't do yoga or you're an experienced guru (or anything in-between), if you're living with Parkinson's, maintaining a yoga practice can help relieve symptoms in body and soul.

With a focus on areas particular to Parkinson's, yoga can increase strength, balance and fluidity throughout a body that the disease weakens, throws off-center and stiffens.

Learn areas to target, poses best suited for those areas, when and where modifications can assist with alignment and stability.

Focus is also on some of the non-motor effects Parkinson’s has on the whole person and the yoga approaches to help ease them.

This training is designed for people with Parkinson’s - no matter how familiar they are with yoga - and for yoga teachers interested in learning more about the topic and how to teach specific classes for this population.

Meet your Instructor

Renée Le Verrier, E-RYT, is a stroke survivor, certified yoga instructor, author and person living with Parkinson's.

Renée specializes in designing modifications to yoga to benefit people with movement disorders.

She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and giant service dog.

Renee Le Verrier, Warrior Flow School

Studies have found that practicing yoga can be beneficial to people living with Parkinson’s.

Yoga for Parkinson’s makes it even more so.

Yoga is a path to inner peace. Traveling that path with a progressive, degenerative movement disorder throws in a sizable detour. Yoga for Parkinson’s is a map through that detour.

The approach is designed to specifically address the symptoms, motor and non-motor, particular to the disease.

Understanding what Parkinson’s is and what it does to mind and body provides the tools to safely practice, teach, structure classes and empower those living with this movement disorder.

Here is an overview of what you will learn in the
6 hours Yoga for Parkinson's Online Training

Part 1: Understanding of Parkinson’s disease

Part 2: Ways that yoga can ease motor symptoms

Part 3: Ways that yoga can relieve non-motor symptoms

Part 4: How to structure and sequence a class for students with Parkinson’s

Part 5: Full practice

Resources

Next Session: To Be Announced

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Next Session: To Be Announced

$300
  • 4 hours of pre-recorded content with Renée Le Verrier (including lectures & practices)
  • 2 hours live session on Zoom hosted by Renée (the session will be recorded and available the day after in case you cannot attend)
  • 12 months access to the training
  • Access to the Warrior Flow School Community platform to engage with other students
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