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Stressing With Yoga 

 

By Kit Russell

"Overcoming . . . stress will require you to take three important steps. 1. Inhale. 2. Exhale. 3. Repeat" (http://www.ballon.to/). If only coping with everyday stress could be that simple! With the day-to-day pressures of school, a career, resulting workloads, other activities, social engagements, environment, etc., it is difficult to comprehend such a basic idea that breathing exercises are the solution to stress management. However, this idea of stress reduction has been taken a step farther from controlling one’s breath to the practice of Yoga.

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