Yoga, you don't have to be a heart patient to join. You just need to have a heart.

Yoga is popular amongst people who want to relax or increase their flexibility. It can develop strength, balance and co-ordination.

It has been shown to help with anxiety, stress and depression, conditions which affect many people who have suffered a cardiac event or have undergone cardiac surgery. 

If you have a heart condition, regularly practising yoga can be a way of helping to deal with stress and therefore helping you to cope with your condition. It can also help to increase feelings of wellbeing.

Some people find it helps with depression.

Yoga can make people feel better about themselves, which may help recovery and help to provide the confidence and motivation to maintain regular yoga practice and to make other beneficial lifestyle changes, such as other forms of exercise, eating healthily or quitting smoking.

Our class, tailored to benefit those of us with cardiac related health issues, is held on Wednesdays at 5 pm.

You don't have to be referred by a GP to join our Yoga Classes.

http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/fitness/Pages/yoga.aspx