How Yoga Helps Me

Sanford, Matthew
April 2007
PN;Apr2007, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p27
Trade Publication
The article shares author's satisfaction in applying yoga on his physical disability. Yoga has taught him to become more disciplined. He has observed its energetic connections between mind and body. A sense of wholeness and vitality that inform every aspect of the author's life. In addition, realization has given him a profound sense of inward freedom.


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