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Lifestyle and fitness brand, Gaiam recently included a feature on their blog that focused on how veterans can benefit from a yoga practice. The piece talked about the challenges these brave men and women face both during their years of service, and upon returning home from active duty. Many suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, as well as physical injuries.

Sue Lynch, founder of There & Back Again, an organization that provides free “whole-body wellness services” to combat veterans and Paul Zipes, founder of YogaForVets.org, both talked about the impact they have seen yoga have on returning military personnel. They report reduced stress, improved ability to connect emotionally with friends and family members, less sleeplessness, and an overall feeling of well-being.

We applaud the efforts of these organizations sharing the gift of yoga where it can make a big difference in the lives of those who have given so much for our country. It is also wonderful to see yoga embraced as part of an approach to improve wellness and well-being when addressing both emotional and physical injuries.

Read the full article: Yoga Helps Veterans

Learn more about LHAA’s current yoga classes here: Weekly Yoga Schedule

In appreciation and recognition of their service we are pleased to offer 50% off all yoga classes to veterans and active duty military personnel. Please present military id to receive discount.

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