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  • They sold everything to work with MediYoga in the Land of Smiles. Husband and wife Per Torell and Ann-Loou sold all their possessions, packed their bags and moved to Thailand to work with MediYoga.  They call themselves the Crew of Love to emphasise that the yoga they offer comes from the heart. They first came to Thailand in 2015 with a sense of grief and trauma in the wake of a ...
  • Cancer patients get help in Butterfly project Since February, MediYoga Instructor Pia Lundén has been working as a volunteer at Olivar de Quintos Hospital outside Seville, Spain, providing MediYoga sessions to cancer patients in Proyecto Mariposa, (Butterfly Project). The project aims to find complementary therapies in cancer care.   Pia and the doctors have all seen how the patients have started to feel better. ...
  • How hard can it be to get MediYoga into the US? By Kathrine Krake That was what pioneering and ambitious MediYoga Therapist Helen Miller Lynch was thinking when she moved from Sweden to California in 2015. She soon learned that the road is both bumpy and uphill, but her goal is visible. Hospitals in the U.S. are generally private, so money is a prime focus. Healthcare professionals can ...
  • Success and progress with MediYoga in the UK By: Kathrine Krake At the Royal London Hospital patients who have recently undergone heart surgery are now practicing MediYoga as part of their cardiac rehab programme. It’s a great success. MediYoga Teacher & Therapist, Shima Ghamari, is behind the yoga programme funded by the NHS trust, Barts Health. The feedback from the patients has been excellent and ...
  • Fængselsyoga Forfatter: Anne Vatne Myhre Norge: Indsatte i Arendal Fængsels lukkede afdeling har haft dyb effekt af MediYoga-kursus med instruktør, Anne Vatne Myhre. Med egne ord – og de indsattes – fortæller hun her om oplevelsen, der også har sat sig dybt i hende selv: ”Hver fredag morgen i 1,5 time er fantastisk og speciel. Gennem projektet ’Aktiv på Dagtid’, som jeg ...
  • Studies to document impact of yoga as treatment for eating disorders A UB faculty member whose yoga and mindfulness classes have stretched from the White House lawn to the Nairobi region of Kenya has launched what scholars say is the largest-ever research initiative on a yoga program’s impact on food and body image challenges. http://www.buffalo.edu/ubnow/stories/2018/07/yoga-eating-disorders.html
  • BREAKING NEWS!!! New RESEARCH on MediYoga in The USA!   Kern Valley Hospital Foundation and Kern Valley Hospital together with Helen Miller Lynch, MediYoga USA, received a Grant from Dignity Health to do research on MediYoga and heart health.
  • Atrial fibrillation patients doing yoga feel better Atrial fibrillation patients doing yoga improved their quality of life and lowered their heart rate and blood pressure. Nurse and Ph.D. candidate Maria Wahlström explained, “Many patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (AF) can’t live their lives as they want to – they refuse dinners with friends, concerts, and travelling – because they are afraid of ...
  • Mind-Body Therapies Shown to Improve a Pre-Clinical Stage of Alzheimer’s Disease Lead investigator Kim Innes, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology in the WVU School of Public Health, and her team have published a new study in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. The article details findings from their recent study of adults with subjective cognitive decline (SCD), which suggest that the practice of two simple ...
  • New Swedish MediYoga study! Yoga with light movements and deep breathing may lead to improved QoL, lower blood pressure and lower heart rate in patients with PAF compared to a control group. http://cnu.sagepub.com/content/early/2016/03/08/1474515116637734.abstract

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