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Yoga and Parkinson’s Disease

Posted by on Sep 29, 2016 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

When I hear the latest health claim, I’m skeptical. I’ve studied research methods enough to know that anyone can study anything that “proves” something. And the media will take the best sound bite and run with it. Unfortunately it often takes a degree (or two) to be able to weed through the hype and truly understand research, to dissect it, and it know what the results really mean. When it comes down to researching something I’m interested in, I’m willing to weed through the…

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Featured Yoga Teacher: Gaby Goldberg

Posted by on Sep 28, 2016 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Though she lives in the sleepy little town of Cambridge, Vermont, Gaby Goldberg is busy. And though she works many jobs and wears many hats, she begins each day with sādhana, a practice that starts with meditation.

“It’s my first priority. It sets the tone for the day,” she says and explains that her regular practice helps her keep an even keel when doing everything from cleaning the toilet or doing the dishes to communicating better at work or teaching snowboarding. “My practice…

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Strengthen Your Core for Better…Everything

Posted by on Sep 9, 2016 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

You should strengthen your core. Let’s face it, your core is pretty much the center of it all. Ever get a gut feeling about something? Ever feel something (joy, fear, love, pride) right down to your core? Ever have a gut reaction to an idea or incident? This kind of guttural language (see what I did there?) is no mistake. Your core is the middle of everything you do.

The Harvard Medical School agrees. In its article “The real-world benefits of strengthening your core,” it lists the…

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Is Yoga the Future of Healthcare?

Posted by on Aug 29, 2016 in Evolution Blog |

Healthcare is in a crisis in the United States. Even with the Affordable Care Act, too many people are underinsured or without insurance. For many patients, high deductibles and copayments, make access to healthcare providers limited to annual visits or emergencies. Politicians, researchers and government agencies talk a lot about the need to shift towards preventative medicine, but insurance carriers exclude many providers from billing for preventative services. However, healthcare…

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Morgan, Horses, and Yoga

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Evolution Blog |

Evolution Yoga teacher, Morgan Merrihew would neither admit nor deny that her first name comes from the Morgan horse, that noble breed that was to influence the course of horse breeding in the United States and the world. (It is fun to note here that the first ever Morgan horse was bred in Vermont by Justin Morgan in the 1780s.) But she did concede the she had the horse Jones early on in her life.

As a girl growing up in the Adirondacks, she begged her parents for a horse. She pleaded…

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Evolution 10th Anniversary

Posted by on Aug 4, 2016 in Evolution Blog |

Art Hop this year marks the 10th Anniversary of Evolution Physical Therapy. Join us for celebrations throughout the year. We will kick off our 10th Anniversary year of celebration with a great party at Art Hop, Friday, September 9. And our famous class card sale all weekend long: take $20 Off Ten-Class Cards!

Live Music
Brass Balagan – 5:45-6:45
New Nile Orchestra – 7-9:30

Free – while they last
Flash Tattoos
Birthday cupcakes
Evolution Yoga Tank Top Giveaway
Giant Bubbles 5:30-7:30 Read More