Sundays 4:30 pm-6 pm, Starting April 28th
LoveYourBrain Yoga program is a 6-week yoga and meditation series, that is FREE for people who have experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and their caregivers. The next 6-Week FUNdamental series starts Sunday, April 28th and registration is required by both people with TBI and their caregivers on the LYB website: http://www.loveyourbrain.com/yoga/practice
We are beyond excited continue our partnership with LoveYourBrain!
LoveYourBrain (LYB) is a non-profit organization that aims to improve the quality of life of people affected by traumatic brain injury—from concussion to severe injury—through programs that build community. The LYB Yoga program supports people who have experienced a TBI and their caregivers to participate in community-based gentle yoga and meditation classes tailored to their needs. We believe that everyone should have an opportunity to improve and restore their physical and emotional wellbeing through these practices. LoveYourBrain is the message that embodies our positive approach to brain injury prevention and recovery. Everything LYB does is about connecting, educating and empowering people to promote a brain healthy lifestyle.
Om Prana Yoga has chosen to partner with LoveYourBrain because our mission aligns with LYB. Our commitment to teaching yoga that is tailored to the individual’s needs in a supportive and engaging environment make this partnership a perfect fit!
After our first LoveYourBrain yoga series for the traumatic brain injury (TBI) community the FUNdamentals series explored the benefits of gentle yoga, meditation, and group discussion for supporting their healing process. We are truly humbled by the resilience and compassion embodied by this group, and are grateful for the community we created together.
One of our students shared the three things they found most helpful from this series: “1. The amazing staff and the passion they brought to the table, 2. the guided meditation, 3. the modifications to technique and messaging that there’s no right or or wrong way to move.”