Yoga with YoYo Crouch End Picture House yoga on the 3rd Friday of the month at 2pm This class is held at the dementia friendly Picture House where we have a large quiet room with cafe downstairs. Clare Morris, psychotherapist, yoga teacher, has over 30 years experience working therapeutically with people living with dementia and their support networks, and has been delivering inclusive yoga for people living with dementia of all ages for 6 years, both in classes and one to one. The focus is on slow, mindful, easeful postures and movement to promote neuroplasticity. Importance is placed on the wellbeing achieved for people living with dementia through familiarity with the space, and social contact with other participants. Contact us YoYo is a self-organised, self-financed group, consisting of people diagnosed with various forms of young onset dementia and their partners/carers. However members do not have to join with a partner. Those in YoYo who have been diagnosed with dementia are at different stages in the progression of their condition. They meet on Fridays and have had a variety of topics and activities; ranging from discussing a London manifesto on dementia, through group cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) to yoga, dance and nature walks. At our meetings we also have guest speakers and discuss new ideas for different activities. In addition to our regular Friday meetings we get together socially for support group meals. They are always open to new membership.