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Incorporated in 2006, YogaCaps, Inc. is an all volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization that builds a healthy and resilient community by making yoga more available and affordable. In partnership with New Hampshire hospitals and community organizations, we specialize in evidenced-based therapeutic yoga experiences for those with chronic physical and mental health conditions. Our goal is to help people manage and reverse chronic diseases with therapeutic lifestyle change (TLC).
Our Yoga Volunteer Corps (YVC) shares free yoga classes with special populations and donation-based events for the general public. As such, there is great potential for yoga as a transformational tool for social justice. Visit our schedule page for regular classes held in Londonderry, Manchester, Merrimack and Nashua, NH. We often conduct other programs in other locations as well, so please feel free to sign up for our e-news.
Yoga can be as simple as conscious breathing (pranayam), gentle movements to free the body from stress (asan), clearing the mind (pratyahar, dharana, dhyan) and living in harmony (yama/niyama). The science of yoga attends not only to the physical body, but also the deeper layers of our being including the energy body, emotional body, wisdom body and bliss body.
We believe that yoga is for every body and mind, and aim to make it as easy as taking a capsule... thus our name, YogaCaps.
Copyright. 2006. All rights reserved.
"Subtle Yoga for Rejuvenation:
a DVD time capsule from the Himalayas for every mind and body"
The Power of Yoga Practices...
I find myself meditating and feeling my body healing my cancer. It is really hard to put into words but I can picture in my mind the cancer being destroyed and being dissolved by my body. I am in remission today and feeling great!
I feel that our yoga classes have helped me with my arthritis, especially my right hand. Last year I had to wear a glove on the hand especially when sleeping or doing things like knitting, etc. Now I donít have to wear it. I was also using Tylenol arthritis regularly, now only occasionally.
Yoga has definitely changed my life and I love the change...it helped me a great deal with lowering my blood pressure and it also has helped greatly on those target areas that had been affected during the various surgeries for both the breast cancer and the melanoma.
I came to class in a lot of pain in my lower back and right leg. I was able to release that pain ...
"RxRelax for Insomnia"
a 2-CD set to enhance your experience of sleep and reap the many benefits.
YogaCaps honored by Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau