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18
Aug
How to Go Forth and Teach Chair Yoga at your Local Libraries
Tips from Lori in Canada! I just had to tell you how amazing my life is today! Last summer I went to several libraries regarding teaching Chair Yoga to over 50's who can't get down on a mat and the response was overwhelming. This summer my life has been blessed tenfold, I have libraries calling [...]
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Tags: library yoga, teaching at libraries,
03
Aug
Considerations in Teaching Yoga Using Study Protocols by Justine Shelton, C-IAYT

Introduction This article discusses the findings of the Boston Medical Center – Yoga Protocol for study on Chronic Low Back Pain (CLPB). To view the entire study. Once we understand the mechanics of the body and the healing process we can apply our Yogic knowledge of asana as a way to support improvement of the […]

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Tags: chronic low back pain, protocols, teaching yoga,
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 […]

Posted in: Blog,
Tags: benefit of patterns, chair yoga dance, Huntington's diseases, Parkinson's,

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