The Spondylitis Association of America invites you to join us for our webinar, “Mind Body Approaches to Fatigue and Brain Fog,” with certified yoga therapist, Nancy O'Brien C-IAYT, to discuss effective and compassionate approaches to fatigue and brain fog.
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Posted January 2020
Fatigue and brain fog are common, chronic symptoms for many living with spondyloarthritis. Different from feeling “tired,” fatigue doesn’t just go away after a good night’s sleep, and can impact many aspects of life. The Spondylitis Association of America invites you to join us for our webinar, “Mind Body Approaches to Fatigue,” featuring a bonus guided meditation, to discuss effective and compassionate approaches to fatigue and brain fog.
Posted December 2019
Posted November 2019
I love to ride motorcycles. Feeling my body in motion on any type of two-wheeled contraption is a deep-seated passion that started with the first tiny bicycle I got as a 5-year-old child. Riding is my alchemy of body and mind sensations that feed and nurture my spirit as I roll, lean, and sail through the world on two wheels. When I’m traveling on a motorcycle, it’s a place of calm retreat, intense awareness, and soul-healing energy that combine into a life-giving experience far greater than the sum of its parts.
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