Restorative Yoga: Once a month I love to practice restorative yoga with my yoga teacher Jackie. This form of Yoga (restorative yoga) is the centering of your breath and body. Aligning the physical and mental by practicing stillness and gentle movement for extended periods of time. The props (blocks, blankets, bolsters, yoga belt and eye pillow) used in Restorative Yoga help assist you in holding poses for a longer period of time (5-20).
Myself personally, I love this form of Yoga as I find it helps me to relax, unwind, meditate, hold poses, stretch & an over all well balanced practice for mind, body and soul. Restorative Yoga to me is like a little treat for my body, mind & soul once a month that I look so forward to.
Welcome to the MS times, my experience with Lemtrada. The MS Times is a personal journey of my day to day life living with MS, also a MS Hub of my points of view on how medication has helped, worked for me and my experiences.
My multiple sclerosis story from the beginning 18 years ago. A journey living with MS, how i cope and deal with day to day life with MS.
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My diary of living with Multiple Sclerosis by Andre.
The MS Times: Working on centering for pelvic stability progressing to single knee folds.
In this video my Pilates teacher, Alison (www.simplypilates.biz), gives a brief introduction to herself & why she believes Pilates is beneficial to those afflicted by MS.
Walking exercises to re-train nerve pathways damaged by MS. Instruction by my Pilates teacher, Alison.
These are videos showing how to make a leg/foot splint (as assembled by my Pilates instructor, Alison) if you suffer from Foot Drop. The splint helps the motion of Heel-to-Toe walking, supporting the leg simultaneously.