News July 2011

  • Princeton Center for Yoga & Health Offers Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis

    Press Release – (Skillman, N.J.: July 13, 2011 – Revised 08/22/2011)

    Next Workshops Yoga for MS:

    September 18, October 30, December 11

    Dan Fernandez Pose 2The National Multiple Sclerosis Society advocates practices such as yoga and tai chi for alleviating symptoms of MS, such as fatigue, numbness in limbs and loss of balance. By emphasizing stretching and breathing, yoga postures (known as asanas) can be profoundly effective at promoting balance, coordination, circulation and mental clarity. A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that yoga can be effective at managing the progression of MS. A 2004 study by the Oregon Health & Science University, for example, found that six months of yoga significantly reduced fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis.

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