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Healing Through Yoga

rashmiya.ilankeswara April 4, 2017 69


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Despite existing for centuries, yoga has only been in the spotlight for the past few decades.

The now popular, go-to fitness regime offers people a chance to dabble in a pursuit that is both mentally and physically beneficial.

Among offering physical flexibility to practitioners, yoga also offers a chance to realize and reflect on internal thoughts. This process of reflection offers practitioners a chance to heal, whether it is physical, mental, or emotional.

Here are the stories of four yoga instructors about their journey practising yoga, and how it’s transformed their lives.

Gabriela is a yoga instructor and a co-owner at Moksha Yoga Etobicoke. You can contact the studio at info@mokshayogaetobicoke.com or visit the location at 1138 The Queensway.
Laura Grace McClean is a therapeutic yoga teacher and a registered yoga instructor.
Donna Sellers is a therapeutic yoga teacher and a registered yoga teacher. You can contact her at info@yogaspiritus.com or visit www.yogaspiritus.com. John Fortin is a yoga instructor and a co-owner at Power Yoga Canada (Etobicoke). You can contact him at etobicoke@poweryogacanada.com or visit the studio at 1092 Islington Ave.

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