Mind-body practices to support whole-person health

Mind-body practices to support whole-person health

Tina Walter is an IAYT-certified yoga therapist who works in the St. Elizabeth Cancer Center Mind-Body Studio and for other healthcare organizations. She provides interventions to those receiving chemotherapy and care on both outpatient and inpatient units. She also...
Why is yoga therapeutic?

Why is yoga therapeutic?

Roughly half of those who practice yoga say they do so for health reasons. And although yoga is not a cure-all for physical or mental problems, research is beginning to confirm yoga therapy’s promise to offer relief from the suffering associated with a number of...
We are all one

We are all one

By Michael Lee In 1971, astronaut Edgar Mitchell was on his way home after becoming the sixth person to walk on the moon’s surface. Weightless in his capsule, he gazed out the window and observed the deep blackness along with the sun, the Earth, the moon, and...
Healing the causes of suffering

Healing the causes of suffering

By Annie Jones Offerings like “Yoga for Back Pain” and “Yoga for Stress Relief” are common, and seemingly increasing every day. But the truth is that no one set of tools or approach works to resolve any diagnosis or problem. Yoga therapy works best when it is...