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Some physicians are now prescribing or suggesting yoga for all sorts of medical conditions. That’s appreciated! But now what? Do they have recommendations or will you be left on your own to find one? Most won’t really know how to explain yoga other than to have their patients go for stretching and strengthening. It’s also likely they won’t know where to send them and it’s possible they think all yoga practices are the same. How is the patient supposed to know how to safely treat their body with Yoga if they are not instructed by medical professionals?…..
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“With the Holiday shopping season on the go Poppy and Geoff bring the very special Cheryl Albright, creator of Soul To Soul Yoga project, to help us on alleviating all of the stress of the season. Not only does Cheryl help people alleviate some of that stress but she also brings that to all kinds of people with special needs.”
Cheryl Albright, owner of a yoga facility in Sarasota, Fl., works to help people understand the benefits of yoga in maximizing their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Today we talk with her about how Soul to Soul Yoga is helping people with disabilities to maximize their potential, by making the healing and strenghthening art of yoga accessible to everyone.
On The Edge With April Mahoney
Brains are you that sibling thats’ entire life has been submerged or maybe even suffocated by the needs and demands of a dis-able, troubled or mentally challenged brother or sister? Have you ever talked about it? Do you hurt inside with anger holding on to feelings of neglect and resentment toward your parents that are now suppressed inside your body and emotions? Are you tight and depressed because of never being able to release the bitterness you feel or felt? Come listen to my guest Cheryl Albright open up to release the pressure and some pain with yoga, compassion, God and love. Heady right!?
Jacob typically interviews people with disabilities. He interviewed Cheryl Albright instead. Her brother is nonverbal and this is what she has to say
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