A two week period of MS fatigue and its associated misery inspired me to look to yoga for was to cope. I wasn’t surprised to find there’s lots for yoga to teach us!
Meditation is often recommended for people with MS, but just what can meditation do for us, and what’s the evidence?
The latter four limbs are where the magical powers of yoga are found. They’re not easy to understand, but worth the effort.
Pranayama is one of the most powerful and accessible tools of yoga. Purely by changing how we breathe, we can change the state of our mind and body.
Today’s yoga practice is all about the fancy postures. But stripping it back, what can we learn from the ancient teachings and how can it help our practice?
Understanding the Eight Limbs is key to benefiting from yoga, but where and how do we start?
More than just yogas guide to ethics and morals, the yamas and niyamas hold the key to changing our internal and external world view.
Understanding the history of yoga will define how you practice. Here’s why and how.
Yoga is amazingly beneficial for MS! It can help manage and reduce MS symptoms, rebuild your relationship with your body, and more.