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Yoga’s stress reduction helps alleviate other problems, experts say (The Kansas City Star)
The ancient practice of yoga is increasingly finding a new following — among doctors and medical researchers who are working to prove its benefits for a variety of illnesses.
Lauren Cahn: Fiscal Crisis Yoga (HuffingtonPost)
Understanding and accepting that bad things happen, that things won’t always go our way, that people and events will disappoint us — it’s not pessimism. Rather, it’s reality.
Fiscal Crisis Yoga – Huffingtonpost.com
Well, I think it is safe to say that by now, we’ve all been downsized. Even if you still have your job, even if you invest your funds under your mattress rather than in the stock market, you’re feeling the effects of our country’s current fiscal …
Religion Blog: Is yoga (spiritually) dangerous? – Florida Times-Union
Muslim authorities in Malaysia certainly think it is. Last month, they issued a ruling banning Muslims there from the practice because they said it has traces of Hinduism that can threaten one’s salvation. Those Muslim leaders aren’t alone in their …
Yoga studio collects donations for Lakewood families (Lakewood Sun Post)
Puma Yoga, 15602 Detroit Ave., is helping local yogis give back to the Lakewood community through the “Yoga Tree,” a tree on which donations for families in need can be placed. The tree was set up in October by Puma…
Benefits of yoga: Relaxing movements target tension, which can alleviate other health problems (The Olympian)
“A lot of our diseases have some sort of origins in stress, and the stress reaction,” said William Frey, who is leading a yoga class at Rex Healthcare in Raleigh, N.C., as part of a UNC-Chapel Hill study among patients with irritable bowel syndrome. “By taking care of stress, you’re starting to eliminate some of the diseases that are caused by it.”
Yoga for all occasions (Tacoma News Tribune)
MIAMI â€“ You can do it if youâ€™re young. Or old. Or in 100-plus-degree rooms.
Medical field finds benefits of yoga arenâ€™t a stretch (Colorado Springs Gazette)
RALEIGH, N.C. â€¢ The ancient practice of yoga is increasingly finding a new following – among doctors and medical researchers who are working to prove its benefits for a variety of illnesses.
P’fit 4 print: Practical Power of Yoga With Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman (Pensacola News Journal)
Practical Power of Yoga With Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman
Hospital volunteers: Yoga, aquatics classes help those with MS (The News-Press)
Just a few weeks ago the Wellness Center at Cape Coral Hospital began featuring yoga and aquatics classes for those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
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