August 2010

Doing yoga when we can’t

August 31, 2010

It’s been a busy few weeks and I haven’t been able to do much of a morning yoga practice lately, so I’ve been trying to practice while running between the hospital/lab/office/airport. This has included: Breathing slowly and holding my breath between each inhale and exhale (a perfect exercise while sitting in meetings or on a […]

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Being ANTI-cancer

August 26, 2010

I recently came across this article by Dr. David Servan-Schreiber. I remember seeing his book in Barnes and Noble a couple years ago. I picked it up and read the whole thing sitting in the café – I could not put it down. He is both a doctor and scientist (PhD in Neuroscience). At age 31, he discovered […]

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A dad’s yoga lessons

August 23, 2010

We have many teachers in our lives, and often the most influential (and most overlooked) are our parents. Though my dad may not tell people he does “yoga,” he is a yogi by my standards. He starts every morning with mindful exercises and a jog. He is disciplined. He works hard. He is compassionate. He […]

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