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A Yogi Never Forgets Written by Aubree Kozie Edited by David Webster

Memory is one of the most powerful abilities of the human mind. Billions of neurons at any given second are firing within your brain to help store, recall, rewrite, and analyze everything from the memory of what you ate for breakfast this morning to the syntax you learned in high school English class, to the emotion you felt watching your

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The Power of a Pose: Side Plank for Scoliosis by Aubree Kozie

Scoliosis is a chronic spinal condition in which the spine curves off to one side laterally, often causing lower back pain and stiffness. This condition affects nearly 6 million people in the United States alone. This can often be a lifelong condition with onset as early as age 10, occurring more frequently in women than in men (Whiteman, 2014). Statistics

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A Brighter Day for Arthritis Patients through Yoga By Aubree Kozie

“I saw people at the gym doing it (yoga) and you’re like ‘yeah right’ I’m never going to be able to do that I’m not even gonna try…at first, I didn’t even consider it. You hear yoga and arthritis and you just don’t think the two mix,” These are the pre-experimental sentiments of one participant in a study to examine

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YOGA FOR STROKE PREVENTION AND REHABILITATION by Aubree Kozie

We live in an age of chronic illness. Stroke is a widespread chronic health condition in the United States, and the third leading cause of death. It is also the leading cause of serious, long term disability in the U.S. The risk for stroke is moderated by age but nearly a quarter of all strokes occur in those under the

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Yoga and Brain Health – Memory Maintenance Yoga by David Omkar Webster

Alzheimer’s Disease is almost epidemic. In fact, it may potentially bankrupt the Medicare system by 2050. The statistics are daunting… • More than 5 million Americans are living with AD. • Alzheimer’s diagnosis is on the rise. • 1 in 8 of people over the age of 65 has Alzheimer’s. • Every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops

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Living Better through Mindfulness for Stress Reduction by Aubree Kozie

April is National Stress Awareness month, and National Stress Awareness Day falls on April 16! This time of mindfulness was created by the Health Resource Network, who notes that chronic, long-term stress takes significantly more destructive toll on your body than acute stress does. Chronic stress can raise blood pressure, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke (two of

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