by Steffany MoonazFor the individuals who don’t know me, I’m a research scientist and a yoga healer. I serve as the Director of Research at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, which offers the only Rulers of Science in Yoga Therapy, and my research is exclusively concentrate on yoga and yoga regiman, especially as it applies to people living with arthritis, rheumatic cankers, and chronic agony. As a yoga therapist grand-parented through IAYT, I have explored such areas as a clinician as well as a scientist for many years. In detail, the information was the topic of my doctoral essay at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and has subsequently become the criteria for my life’s work. This work is a dharma that met me without me knowing fairly how or why at the time. In retrospect, I knew as a kid that there was a lot of suffering in the world and that feeling connected would help reduce standing. I believe that the work I do now does help people to feel connected in many ways and thereby does shorten digesting. Doing the present working, I have been honored to share in the outings of people whose lives have been absolutely changed by the teachings and rules of yoga. Sometimes this happens gradually over meter and sometimes it happens in a single time via a particular pose or a abrupt epiphany. I decided to write my book, Yoga Therapy for Arthritis: A Whole Person Approach to Movement and Lifestyle, to share some of those stories and hopefully provide information to foster even more of those narratives. I wrote it for people with any form of arthritis at any age, for yoga professionals, and for healthcare providers who perform them. Within it, each should find something handy. It is my sincere hope that this journal, through its science, rehearses, tales, and suggestions, somehow makes a small gap in the lives of those who read it and those they touch. The book will come out December 21, 2018 and Nina invited me to share an excerpt from it on the Yoga for Healthy Aging blog. So today I’m agitated to share two excerpts. The first is from the beginning of the book where common understanding and stories about arthritis are discussed. The second is a test rule from later in the book that uses a chair as a prop. The record follows along the koshas, from the physical body to the subtle forms, and explores the role of arthritis at every level, as well as the role played by yoga in addressing the challenges common to life with arthritis. It is appropriate for beings with arthritis, yoga professionals, and healthcare providers. If you’re are of interest to buying the book, you are able to pre-order it now on Amazon, on my website, or immediately from the publisher. Here’s the first extract :< iframe height= "4 80 " src= "https :// drive.google.com/ record/ d/ 1n6mIuJB9PnzH9ghIsV93IIp7VqtzgQKl/ preview" diameter= "6 40 " > iframe >( c) 2018 Singing Dragon, singingdragon.com/ usa/ yoga-therapy-for-arthritis, $35.00, Reprinted with permission.Here’s the second largest obtain :< iframe height= "4 80 " src= "https :// drive.google.com/ enter/ d/ 1Ba_F-A6FgDpt0N1Q44xcu0PBJ3e6DyTv/ preview" diameter= "6 40 " > iframe >( c) 2018 Singing Dragon, singingdragon.com/ usa/ yoga-therapy-for-arthritis, $35.00, Reprinted with dispensation. Dr. Steffany Moonaz is a yoga therapist and researcher, currently serving as Director of Clinical and Academic Research at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, which offers the nation’s only M.S. in Yoga Therapy. She is the founder of Yoga for Arthritis, its organisation imparting evidence-based yoga programs to people with arthritis national, as well as educating yoga professionals to make safely and efficiently with this population. Dr. Moonaz participates on various interdisciplinary research teams and mentors emerging integrative health researchers.Subscribe to Yoga for Healthy Aging by Email deg Follow Yoga for Healthy Aging on Facebook and Twitter deg To seek Yoga for Healthy Aging: A Guide to Lifelong Well-Being, go to Amazon, Shambhala, Indie Bound or your regional bookstore.
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