Topic: Say Yes to Yoga

Anyone tried yoga?

Say Yes to Yoga.

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Some more links on yoga for anyone interested.

http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer- … apies/yoga

http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Cancerinfor … apies.aspx

Interesting from the above link -

"Some people who have cancer find that yoga helps them cope with their illness and feel better generally. A recent study found that people who followed a four-week yoga course after they completed their cancer treatment had fewer problems sleeping and felt less fatigued."

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Yoga benefits are vast.  Definately helped through the grieving process.  Relief of stress and overall uplifting can be obtained.  Highly recommended.

Wishing all God's blessings!

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Thanks for that Karen!

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Karen....why don't you embellish a bit more on the benefits of yoga?  You are somewhat of an expert on the subject.  Always wonderful to hear from you.  Perhaps we will have another chance to meet up again soon.
Hugs,
Marion

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I love yoga but can't return till hernia surgery is completely healed.
Lisa

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A few links -

http://www.mdanderson.org/publications/ … efits.html

http://www.cancer.org/treatment/treatme … pirit/yoga

http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-cond … p-20056366

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Marion I hope our paths cross again very soon.  Always so wonderful to connect with you. 
To add to what I previously wrote on Yoga....when practicing you must be in the moment...right here, right now so the mind does not have a chance to wander around feeling a wee bit sorry for itself.  Yoga is the union of mind, body and spirit.  The physical benefits of keeping you flexible helps in many ways.  Always have a sensation of peace, calm after a practice.  Certainly worth giving a try - absolutely nothing to loose.

Wishing all God's blessings!