CNIB Foundation Virtual Programs – Some examples include yoga, meditation, guided movement & dance.
www.blindalive.com The home of a complete set of the Eyes-Free Fitness® audio exercise programs. All programs are completely free for your downloading pleasure — no strings attached. These programs allow you to stretch, strengthen, condition, and tone your body, all without the benefit of eyesight. All of these programs are thoroughly described with extra supplementary audio and text materials, should they be needed.
Reflect and Renew with Kevin Naidoo Prepare yourself for mind and body rejuvenation. Those with all levels of mobility can join host Kevin Naidoo on a self-transformation journey through thoughtful meditation and yoga.
Canadian Adaptive Snowsports and CADS Nova Scotia on Facebook – Giving people living with disabilities the opportunity to eliminate barriers that have prevented them in experiencing the freedom of Snowsports. Not only in an environment that embraces diversity but in an accessible community that treats each individual with respect, support and value. CADS does this by developing and promoting Adaptive Snowsports through partnerships, training, and instructor certification programs.
Parasport NS and on Facebook – Administered by Sport Nova Scotia, Parasport Nova Scotia (NS) supports and promotes the delivery of accessible sport programs across the province. Parasport NS is the first point of contact for athletes, parents, and volunteers to connect with the parasport community.
Canadian Blind Hockey and on Facebook – Canadian Blind Hockey is the national sports organization for the parasport of Blind Hockey in Canada. We change the lives of children, youth, and adults who are blind or partially sighted through our programs which include school field trips, youth teams, development camps, regional tournaments, and our flagship Canadian National Blind Hockey Tournament. Our programming spans the country from coast-to-coast while supporting Canadian hockey players who are blind or partially sighted of all ages, from playing on the pond to proudly standing on the podium. Our community includes boys and girls as young as four years old who are taking their very first strides on skates, to the elite members of the Canadian National Blind Hockey Team who proudly wear the Maple Leaf in international competition.
Sport Nova Scotia and on Facebook – Sport Nova Scotia was incorporated in 1971. We are the voice for amateur sport in Nova Scotia that promotes the benefits of health, personal development and achievement of all participants.
Canadian Blind Sports Association and CBSA on Facebook – The Canadian Blind Sports Association is a not for profit association serving individuals who are blind, visually impaired, deaf-blind, or are blind and have additional disabilities; and their families and other supporters.