New Meeting Location

Our regular monthly meetings are moving to a NEW LOCATION!!!

Wednesday October 7th, 10am to 11:00

Meadows Shopping Center
4800 Baseline Rd A-112
Boulder, CO 80303

It’s near Foothills Parkway and Baseline Rd between Michael’s Craft Store and Big Daddy Bagels. Free Parking!   http://www.incahootsmeetingplace.com

Adaptive Yoga

The fall Brain Buddy program is Adaptive Yoga. The first class is October 29th!!!

The Little Yoga Studio
2525 Arapahoe Avenue, E-42
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Boulder Yoga Studio — (303) 444.4950

The yoga studio is located in the same shopping center as McGuckin’s. The entrance to the little Yoga Studio faces Folsom street and is between McGuckin Hardware and Sprouts.

Every Thursday from 2:00 – 3:30
First class: October 29, 2015
Last class: December 10, 2015
(6 classes – No class on Thanksgiving)

How Much:
Any donation you feel is appropriate would be greatly appreciated, and can be given to a Brain Buddy board member at the yoga studio.

The class is being taught by Robin Saltonstall.  Robin has a PhD in Integrative Medicine and many years experience working with people at all levels of fitness and ableness.


Everyone is welcome but space is limited to 15 people!  The space is accessible and there are disabled parking spaces nearby.  Wear comfortable clothes!

Welcome to Brain Buddy’s website! Brain Buddy is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping those affected by aphasia.

Brain Buddy with the Mayor of Boulder after successfully getting the month of June deemed “National Aphasia Awareness Month!”

Aphasia is an impairment of language. It interferes with the abilities to listen, read, talk, and write. Aphasia most often resulting from a stroke and traumatic brain injury.

Those with aphasia may experience difficulty with daily tasks and may require various levels of assistance depending on the severity of their aphasia.

Brain Buddy June 2013

Brain Buddy with the Mayor of Longmont to celebrate June as “National Aphasia Awareness Month!”

Aphasia is a loss of language skills, not intellect. 

People with aphasia maintain the same level of cognitive capacities as before the onset of their aphasia, they simply now struggle with communication.

Feel free to explore our website! Learn more about what we do, and how you can support our mission!

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