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Jul 25, 2019

Yoga is meant to be a relaxing, feel-good, strengthening practice that centers the body, mind and soul. But for those of us living with moderate to severe chronic pain, it can have an adverse effect (in the short-term). It can increase and worsen the pain. BUT we must not quit prematurely. Yoga therapy has the power to reduce pain and improve quality of life in the long-run. Juanita, health coach and yoga therapist, talks about the importance of yoga and yogic breath for chronic pain and warns about the short-term adverse effects that occur on this journey.