Yoga for Alzheimer’s

Grab your yoga mat and help make breakthroughs possible!

Step into your favourite yoga positions while raising money to help defeat dementia.

The money raised will make a real difference, bringing us ever nearer to developing new diagnostics, treatments and preventions to help people with dementia through the world-class research we fund.

Experienced or not, organise your own Yoga for Alzheimer’s event with friends, family, fellow yogis or even your work mates!

From a sitting room floor. An office meeting room. A large venue and outside space. Almost anywhere is suitable for your Yoga for Alzheimer’s event.

Register your event

How to set up your event!

Whether you want to host your own event, or get your company, health club or residential home involved organizing an event couldn’t be easier.

Host your own Yoga for Alzheimer’s event in two easy steps:

  • Pick your date, find a venue and let ARUK know your plans.
  • Download posters and order more fundraising materials to support your Yoga for Alzheimer’s event from the ARUK website:
  • Ask friends, family and the local community to come and join you! We would encourage you to raise sponsorship on the day to help our cause in defeating dementia.

Register your event on the form below

Yoga for Alzheimer’s

Grab your yoga mat & defeat dementia! Please register your event with us.
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