Neurological disorders like multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases impact millions world-wide. Studies show that yoga may be an effective adjunctive treatment.

Dahn Yoga and Multiple Sclerosis Success Stories

Before taking up yoga, she couldn’t lift herself off the floor without assistance. Now she’s lost 25 pounds, gained strength and flexibility, and is able to care for both her grandson and her 82-year-old mother. Read more

New Study Offers Hope that Yoga May Help Relieve Symptoms of MS

Paula Meltzer was only 38 when out of nowhere everything she looked at was blurry. For the single mother, who had a lucrative career as a gemologist and spent hours examining valuable pieces of jewelry, it seemed as if – in a split second – her life changed. Read more

Restorative Yoga for Parkinson’s Disease: Strength, Balance, and Improved Quality of Life

Most Americans have heard of Parkinson’s disease or know someone who is affected. Roughly 1.5 million Americans suffer from the effects of the disease, and approximately 60,000 individuals will be diagnosed... Read more