CMSC INforMS: Using Adaptive Yoga to Battle Multiple Sclerosis
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Posted by: Elizabeth Porco
Yoga has long been considered an effective form of exercise to help the body and mind. But recently it' also become an important part of a comprehensive approach to treat patients with multiple sclerosis and many other chronic diseases.
Local yoga instructor Mindy Eisenberg founded the non-profit Yoga Moves MS and recently wrote a book exploring her philosophy of healing and the importance of the mind-body relationship. She and yoga instructor Katherine McRae visited the Fox2 Studios Sunday morning to discuss the book and demonstrate a few of the recommended exercises they share with their clients in classes throughout the Metro Detroit area.
Learn more about the classes on the Yoga Moves MS website.
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