By Kristin Akerele, Yoga Teacher at A Gentle Way Yoga Center
I was thrilled to see a recent article on the NPR website about a study showing yoga can help with back pain. Most people who are new to yoga have heard that it's good for your back. However, the danger is that if it's not the right kind of yoga for your body, it can actually do more harm than good.
We see many students at the studio where I teach,
A Gentle Way Yoga Center, walk in with numerous things going on with their body. Some examples are arthritis, injuries such as herniated discs, spinal fusions, people healing from knee and hip replacements, etc. Not to mention just basic wear and tear that we all experience with age. We also see students who have taken yoga classes in the past and gotten injured.
We invite you to learn more about our studio and our style of yoga for just $25! AGW Members attend FREE when you bring in a new student. Experience a sample class with poses from each type of class and learn how to modify them for your body.Register yourself and a friend today!
Yogis in Recovery
SUN July 16 | 3-5pm
Share Experience, Strength, Hope and Yoga at this gathering for yoga teachers and students in recovery to share teachings and benefits to their recovery based on yoga.