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THE FLYING GUINEA PIG – GENTLE YOGA – PART 2

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Supported, Grounded, and Stable – Part Two of Three by Megan Cederbaum   Please read Part One to understand where this picks up:   The instructor, Kathy Jamison, was extremely inviting and personable; I immediately liked her.  Kathy has a warm and gentle voice, which I found very relaxing.  Before class actually began, she asked if anyone was new and I raised my hand.  All eyes were on me now!  I introduced myself and explained why I was here; each person seemed happy that I’d be sharing my experience with Vets through STW and this blog.   Class began and Kathy taught everything one step at a time.  She was very helpful in making sure I knew how to do all the poses (asana in Sanskrit) safely.  In the Gentle class, we practiced a lot of the same postures that are done … Continue reading

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THE FLYING GUINEA PIG – GENTLE YOGA – PART 1

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Supported, Grounded, and Stable – Part One of Three by Megan Cederbaum   My name is Megan Cederbaum, I’m from Connecticut, and I just graduated from Roger Williams University.  I’ve always had a passion for helping people, much like the people at Serve the Warrior (STW), and I’m currently an STW intern.  My experience so far has been amazing; I learn new things everyday.  When I was offered the opportunity to sample a healing treatment and share my experiences in this blog, I was more than ready!   I’ve heard endless testimonials about the everyday benefits of yoga from friends and family, so I decided to give it a try.  Having never attended a yoga class before, I was also a bit apprehensive, but I realized those feelings were part of all the uncertainty in my life since graduating.  I needed … Continue reading

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