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Caregivers Need Care Too...How Yoga Can Help

Over the past few years I've watched my aunts & uncles care for aging parents. I've seen how taxing it can be mentally, emotionally and physically.

As important as it is to take care of those we love it is equally important to take care of ourselves so that we can be fully present and capable to care for those who need us.

Harry Cline has experience as a caregiver and has written an article on the benefits of yoga for those who are caring for someone who might be ailing, aging or in need of some close care. Continue to read on for Harry's wisdom!

xoxo - Sabby


Stretch Your Mind and Body: Give Yoga and Meditation a Try

Yoga has become one of the most popular forms of exercise in recent years. Part of its attraction is that it produces benefits for one’s mind, body, and spirit, and the incorporation of meditation makes yoga stand out among other kinds of exercise. The combination has proven to be especially effective for improving the quality of life for seniors, and it has also been known to aid caregivers and those in addiction recovery. If you know little about yoga and meditation, don’t worry, because anybody can start. Here’s why you should try it.