Yoga Moves MS had its first in-person Party with a Purpose fundraiser post-COVID on Saturday November 11, 2023. The event kicked off at 6p.m. at The Mint in Lathrup Village, MI. Party with a Purpose is more than a fundraiser, it’s a special celebration to gather for friendship, fun and in support of the fabulous Yoga Moves MS community.
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Amy Weintraub, C-IAYT, MFA, E-RYT 500, YACEP, is the founder of the LifeForce Yoga® Healing Institute, an acclaimed yoga therapist, and a pioneer in the field of yoga and mental health. In 1999 Amy wrote “The Natural Prozac”, Yoga Journal’s first article addressing...
Yoga Moves MS founder Mindy Eisenberg was recently featured on Emily Rex’s podcast Yoga For Real Life for a conversation about breathwork, which has become a passion for her.
Episode highlights include:
How Mindy became interested in breathwork
How breathwork is so essential for an anxious, stressed society
Challenges with teaching breathing in online settings
Students’ concerns about the “right” way to breathe
Ways to incorporate breath, mantra, and mudra into postural yoga (asana)
This presentation was part of the Chicago Wellness for MS Forum held Saturday April 22, 2023 Dr. Block, MS Fellow at the University of Chicago, presents How the Inside and Outside Environment Affects MS. Her discussion includes information about the Gut Microbiome,...
Benefits, Safety, and Guidelines for Exercise in MS with professor Robert W. Motl
Mindy’s mother Linda was diagnoses with MS in her late 20s. She was a beauty and the beast was MS. It was primary progressive and there wasn’t much out there besides valium and steroids.
What Now? Post Rehab and Healthy Lifestyle for Multiple Sclerosis with Joy Wagner
This presentation was part of the Chicago Wellness for MS Forum held Saturday April 22, 2023 Watch the full presentation: Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder and What is New in MS? with Dr. James Voci...
“Each of us has a cup that we hold and can handle. Our cups fill with all sorts of exposures and stuff as we get older: illness, traumas, toxins, crappy food, bad air, toxic stress. These things are chronically inflammatory to our bodies – and inflammation is bad for our health. There will come a point when your cup will overflow or even tip over if all you do is put stuff in it. Overflow looks like a breakdown, a major medical illness, a smoldering problem that finally gets your attention, or any number other life-altering events.” -—From Monday Mantras with Megan by Megan Weigel