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22
Jul
Damaged basal ganglia cause Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases

Justine and I read alot about health, wellness, aging, Yoga and especially senior health. We often are sending each other articles and links about some interesting news or tidbits and asking each other what we think.  It could be anything from some medical research study, an anatomy concept or some new healing approach to an […]

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Tags: benefit of patterns, chair yoga dance, Huntington's diseases, Parkinson's,
08
Jul
Why Teach Yoga at Senior Care Facilities

The courageous and the lonely.  That is what I see in the beautiful people at the various Senior Care facilities where I teach Chair Yoga.  Almost all of them are in wheelchairs with some kind of physical or mental limitation.  I would say half are stroke survivors and the others have age-related conditions. Unfortunately, I […]

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Tags: senior care,
10
Jun
Teaching Ideas outside the Box

I had conversations with six different Yoga teachers this week. From Michigan and Indianapolis, to N. Carolina and Arizona and two fairly local to where I live in California.  All of us are in the age range between 50 and 70. And what amazed me about these individual conversations is that we all are carving […]

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