Sessions are held in the Civiletti Conference Center, Mondays and Fridays from 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.GBMC, in partnership with Tafiya Yoga and Wellness, offers a yoga program designed to improve stroke survivors' health, well-being and disabilities that result from stroke. Yoga involves strength training, stretching, balance, coordination and breathing techniques, which can all be incorporated into the daily lives of stroke patients. These yoga sessions are open to any stroke survivors in the community who have completed rehabilitation, regardless of their level of ability, including GBMC employees and volunteers.
Certified yoga instructor and physical therapist Kelli Bethel of Tafiya Yoga and Wellness is a practicing physical therapist with over 27 years of experience, is an IAYT certified yoga therapist and an experienced registered yoga instructor. Kelli is the owner of Tafiya Yoga and Wellness in Maryland and has worked as a physical therapist with both adult and pediatric clients, with an emphasis on neurologic injuries and diseases.
For more information about Yoga for Stroke Survivors, contact Kelli Bethel at 410-302-7663 or email@example.com.
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