We all know that inflammation affects our joints (think arthritis), but have you given any thought to how much it impacts the strength of your bones? Read on to learn more about several simple yoga breathing techniques that may help lessen arthritis pain AND lower your risk of developing osteoporosis.
As if menopause isn’t bad enough. post-menopausal women also need to pay special attention to their bone health. Read on to learn how you can lessen your risk and keep your bones strong.
From an Ayurvedic perspective, fall is Vata season, bringing with it a predominance of air element in the atmosphere. Consider adding one or more of these six (6) strategies for optimal heath throughout the autumn.
Falls are no laughing matter, especially if you’ve been diagnosed with osteoporosis. About 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of 50 will suffer at least one osteoporotic fracture. Here are six (6) tips to help you balance better.
A breast cancer diagnosis can cause stress, anxiety and depression. Yoga can help alleviate these emotional side effects and support you during healing.
During cancer treatment, one of the most common side-effects is fatigue. At the same time the emotional upheaval of being diagnosed with cancer and undergoing treatment can be draining. When it does, try this grounding, nurturing yoga practice.
Ankle stability is a key component of balance — a foundational and often overlooked part of good health. So why do we lose ankle mobility and strength as we get older? What happens when we have wobbly or stiff ankles? How can you work on your ankles when you fear falling? Read on to learn the answers along with four yoga poses for keeping your ankles strong and stable.
As we get older, poor postural habits can have a domino-effect on our entire bodies stressing joints as well as internal organs of the heart, lungs and digestive tract. Quite often, pain or injury stems from postural imbalances. That is why improving your posture, strength and mobility can help you move more freely with less pain and stiffness. Fortunately, it is never too late to improve your posture.