EXERCISE classes are being held to help people with neurological conditions.
The Huddersfield Nerve Centre, which opened two weeks ago, says the classes will include yoga and the gentle exercises of tai chi.
The classes are to be held weekly and are aimed at people aged 18 or over.
The classes are at the group's base in Standard House in the town centre Half Moon Street.
There are specialist yoga classes for people who have difficulty standing or are in a wheel- chair.
Other yoga classes will be held on Fridays from March 2 and will focus more on floor exercises and breathing and relaxation techniques.
The class, originally run for the ME support group in Huddersfield, is open to anybody who may find it useful.
Pat Whalley, the centre's co-ordinator, said: "We are very optimistic and hope people come along and find the classes useful.
"We would also welcome suggestions or ideas of any other forms of therapy or exercise that people may like to see at the centre."
Yoga from a chair began yesterday and ran from 10.30am to noon.
Tai chi began today, lasting from 11am to noon.
There is a £4 charge for the yoga and one of £2 for the tai chi.
For any further information phone Dot Goodall on 01484 469853.