With yoga, old woman of 86 years old changes posture and solves pains
After the stairs episode, where the elderly woman had to use a wheelchair temporarily, everything had to change. It was then that her granddaughter, who is a yoga instructor, introduced the elderly woman to Rachel Jesien, a specialist in back care.
Rachel visited Anna once a week, teaching positions that would help her recover. After a month, you were able to walk again, and two months after starting treatment, she already knew which positions should be taken in case of pain. By the fourth month, believe me, Anna could already stand upside down with her feet propped against the wall.
Yoga brought Anna a new posture and a new life. At age 86, she left the hunchback behind and went back to doing things she could no longer do because of pain, such as driving.
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