Case Studies - Circulatory ConditionsHow Yoga Practice Benefits its Practitioners with Circulatory Conditions.
Yoga for Circulatory Conditions – Yoga Practice
Yoga can help to manage circulatory conditions and regain fitness after a heart attack or stroke. By working with gentle movements over time you can maintain and increase your range of movement and build muscle strength to help maintain your fitness. I have worked with many different people who have benefit by reducing their blood pressure, gaining more mobility and improving their quality of life as a result of following a personalised yoga practice.
The following articles from Yoga Practice in Swansea are designed to show the wide range of people who have taken advantage of yoga practice and the diverse conditions that it can benefit.
As well as individual case study examples, links are provided to research undertaken for particular conditions, so you can explore how practicing yoga might benefit many individuals.
Find out how yoga practitioners can benefit from yoga as part of their recovery after a stroke.
Research demonstrates how yoga can help stroke survivors regain their balance and maintain their independence. This article was first published on the Stroke Association.
Short, regular bouts of exercise could add years to your life, say experts
Exercise can be as good a medicine as pills for people with conditions such as heart disease, a study has found.
Yoga for Heart Conditions. Yoga can help you return to exercise if you have had a circulatory condition or are living with a circulatory condition. In this article you’ll find information on what you may want to consider before starting yoga.
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