Standard medical practice has some extremely powerful, effective and toxic tools at its disposal. It can harm as quickly as it can heal. Adding other, complementary, approaches to standard medical practices makes sense especially for older people. Nancy O’Brien is a leader in the field of blending the healing power of yoga with particular needs of older people. She sent me a note today announcing that…
I am happy to be offering an Everyday Yoga for Arthritis workshop this Monday. Participants will learn how to integrate breath, gentle movement and deep relaxation into their daily and nightly routines to help with the challenges, the pain and stiffness of arthritis.
Everyday Yoga for Arthritis
Integral Yoga Institute
227 West 13th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues)
Monday, Oct. 19 • 6–7:25 p.m.
$20 ($8 discount for students, seniors, veterans, & people on unemployment.)
Of course many of you will not be able to attend, but please send this along to any of your friends, family, patients or clients who might benefit.
To register by phone, call 212-929-0586, or online at www.iyiny.org. (Please note: discounts are available only via phone or in person registration.)
The current health care reform debate is all about finding the money for vital, basic medical care but we are also going to have to broaden the discussion to include the reality that complementary methods can offer comparable results with far fewer side-effects. This is the future of healing.