Today’s practice – it was hot! Hot yoga class at Down Dog Yoga in Bethesda, MD 1.5 hr class
Today’s practice – Yoga and Alignment with James Foulkes at The Mindfulness Center I’ve been so sore lately and very achy with a ton of muscle spasms. So, I took it easy today and did an Alignment Yoga class, bought way too much food at Puree, and then crashed when I got home.
An online group for those who are interested in learning ways to practice yoga safely with joint hypermobility/hypermobility syndrome (HMS)/Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS). All levels are welcome – new and experienced. Click on the link below. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1492484514393113/ You can also follow the Hypermobile Yogi Facebook Page
Yoga and The Hypermobile Yogi – Managing Chronic Pain and Stabilizing Joints with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) “Yoga is dangerous for EDS.” “I was told not to do yoga.” “Yoga will make you end up in a wheelchair.” I’m sure that you’ve heard all these phrases before, and many people feel that that all three are absolute truths. While we all are entitled to our opinions, the fact is there is no black and white factual statement that has come out about doing yoga when you have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Usually, our ideas stem from personal beliefs, from what we have been told by someone we trust, or from our experiences with yoga. We are all different, and the truth is what works for someone else, does not work for you and vice versa. This applies to the practice of yoga. There are countless people with hypermobility/Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, who have been practicing yoga for years and have done well. There are also those who tried it and did not have the strength, nor were self-aware enough to know …
Finally! A factual article, stating the real genetic predisposition for joint hypermobility, and how it’s something that shouldn’t be glorified in yoga (or dance, or any other sport).