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  1. Thread: Iyengar Yoga

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    As a beginner it's hard to watch others in a...

    As a beginner it's hard to watch others in a group class who breeze through asanas while I'm taking baby steps. I was feeling a little sorry for myself, I confess. Then I came across a video of a...
  2. Thread: balance test

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    Seems to tie into the SEAS concept? ...

    Seems to tie into the SEAS concept?

    http://www.isico.it/comunicazione/19-scoliosi-approccio-isico/94-isico-approach-cap-3.html
  3. Thread: Iyengar Yoga

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    Sorry you had a bad experience with that. I used...

    Sorry you had a bad experience with that. I used to meditate in my 20's for a time and have been away from it for decades! Everything depends on the right teacher I guess. I think the time I spent...
  4. Thread: Iyengar Yoga

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    Agree with you Mashkine. Caveats always with any...

    Agree with you Mashkine. Caveats always with any exercise not specific to scoliosis and individual curves. Destabilization is probably my greatest fear. I took my time finding what I believe will...
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    Interesting topic. Looks like one is never too...

    Interesting topic. Looks like one is never too old for a little bone remodeling - and that's good news for me at 64 ...

    http://www.sciatica.org/downloads/YogaOsteoporosis_PilotStudy.pdf
  6. Thread: Iyengar Yoga

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    Thank you for that Spring, that's been my...

    Thank you for that Spring, that's been my personal observation from the start too. Do you still practice? Unfortunately video instruction just doesn't work well for me. Guess I need a more guided...
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    The Continuing Saga

    Some three years and three months post treatment ...

    I am reminded that scoliosis is a condition that requires life long attention (wry smile). I was not able to follow up with Bea Torrees or...
  8. Thread: Iyengar Yoga

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    Thank you, good to see you too! Tell me more of...

    Thank you, good to see you too! Tell me more of the Yogi :)) Mine is 82 years old, though one would never think so. He's actually touted as "America's Yogi," Not by himself or through his...
  9. Thread: Iyengar Yoga

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    Iyengar Yoga

    Does anyone have experience with Iyengar Yoga? I've just started classes with a certified Yogi and would love to hear what others may be doing and what their experience has been ...

    From the...
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    Hi CD ... Wishing all the very best for your...

    Hi CD ... Wishing all the very best for your daughter. Sometimes surgery is an absolute miracle, may it be that way for her. And thank you once again for all your truly meaningful sharing, made a...
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    Congratulations Dingo - You know how this makes...

    Congratulations Dingo - You know how this makes my heart smile!
  12. Opens fine for me - thank you Linda ...

    Opens fine for me - thank you Linda ...
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    Hi Richka - nice to see you back. How are you...

    Hi Richka - nice to see you back. How are you doing?
  14. Thread: Update

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    Wonderful news Daily Strength! I am so happy for...

    Wonderful news Daily Strength! I am so happy for you :-))
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    Very informative posting - thank you Ballet Mom!

    Very informative posting - thank you Ballet Mom!
  16. Thread: Pilates

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    Wishing you the best!! Hoping your instructor...

    Wishing you the best!! Hoping your instructor has had some experience with scoliosis, and that you will keep us posted.
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    The term HS really does need to be changed. A...

    The term HS really does need to be changed. A truly wicked case can present as a structural case. That makes it no less afflicting. What strikes me is that this may indicate that there is an...
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    Anna's Mom - Very encouraging results. ...

    Anna's Mom - Very encouraging results. Congratulations!
  19. For the Ladies - both surgical & non surgical :-)

    Passing on a bra alternative that was just given to me. Has anyone tried these? Wearing a bra is obnoxious for me - maybe others too. A friend who had a Right Lower Lobectomy and biopsy said this...
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    Could our moderator remove the advertisements?

    Could our moderator remove the advertisements?
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    uh no - didn't know that. Trust she forgives me...

    uh no - didn't know that. Trust she forgives me & Ed :-)

    Did anyone come across her obituary? I think she may of disliked the first sentence even more.



    With her timeless beauty,...
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    yes she was (a survivor) ... echo the sentiment,...

    yes she was (a survivor) ... echo the sentiment, rest in peace dear Liz.
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    rohrer - wishing you the best for a clean biopsy....

    rohrer - wishing you the best for a clean biopsy. cancer is fairly multi factorial, where have we heard that phrase before eh? While radiation is a risk factor, it is also used for curative...
  24. Dingo & Ballet Mom, it's all too deeply...

    Dingo & Ballet Mom, it's all too deeply interesting isn't it? Here's something also that may play into such things, the enzyme factor - the video is a bit long, but worth the watch.
    ...
  25. IF more often than not, disease is caused by...

    IF more often than not, disease is caused by genetic mutation - can the genetic mutation be reversed?

    Maybe.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/02/070208230122.htm
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