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  1. chintu

    Yoga for Parkinson's

    What are the yoga asanas help in Parkinson's? I want to know specifically about : 1. Inversion asanas(Shirshasan, Sarvangasan, Handstand etc) 2. Pranayam(Breathing exercises) 3. Yoga Nidra(relaxation without sleep)
  2. jonticchi

    Therapist? or what!!!

    My wife was diagnosed with PD at the age of 45, That was 4 years ago. She has a great doctor, but that's the only one she see's. He is a Neurologists and one of the top movement disorder Doctors in NJ. My wife is getting anxiety about every thing. And having major break downs. I would like us to see some kind of Phyciatrist or Therapist. Her Neurologists has her on Prozac. But there of course is something more extreme going on. I know PD comes with all of her moods. Just not sure which direction to go in to help both of us. Especially my wife, I feel helpless seeing her like this. Again I know it comes in the PD territory. I am just not sure how I can help. She seems like she doesn't want to help her self, also she has been on permanent SSD for about a year. And I think she should get involved with something. Yoga I don't know. Anything that has a schedule where she can go and feel better. I can go on but I don't want to go through every detail.
  3. Registration is now open for two Parkinson’s wellness retreats at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains, near Stockbridge, Massachusetts! Spring Program: June 15-19, 2014 “Navigating a New World: Wellness Retreat for People Living with Parkinson’s and Their Care Partners” This program (PD-201) is designed for patients who have been diagnosed for more than 3 years. Fall Program: October 19 – 23, 2014 “Navigating a New World: Wellness Retreat for Recently Diagnosed Parkinson’s Patients and Their Family and Friends” The autumn program is designed for patients who have been diagnosed within the last three years. For more information, please visit www.parkinson.org/retreat or please contact our helpline at 1-800-4PD-INFO (800-473-4636) or by email at helpline@parkinson.org
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