Veteran Yogis Share Balance Boosting Postures to Reduce the Risk of Falling

Yoga for Better Balance features a self-test that pinpoints areas where balance may be compromised and then provides clear instructions (and lots of photos) to make yoga postures and exercises accessible for all skill levels.

Howard VanEs has been teaching yoga for more than 26 years.

Dr. Richard Harvey, D.C., has been helping people heal for over 45 years through chiropractic and other natural healing methods.

More than 800,000 people each year are hospitalized due to injuries from falling, according to the CDC, and difficulty with balance is the major risk factor.

Maintaining and improving physical balance throughout your lifespan is critical for sustaining independence, confidence, mobility, overall well-being, and perhaps most importantly, for avoiding falls.”

— Veteran yogi Howard VanEs

CARSON CITY, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, December 13, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — Yoga for Better Balance from Howard VanEs and Dr. Rick Harvey is a comprehensive guide that aims to help readers improve their balance and stability to reduce their risk of falling, which sends more than 800,000 people to hospitals every year, according to the CDC.

“Maintaining and improving physical balance throughout your lifespan is critical for sustaining independence, confidence, mobility, overall well-being, and perhaps most importantly, for avoiding falls — which all too often lead to life-altering or life-ending outcomes,” explained VanEs, who has been teaching yoga for more than 26 years.

A unique feature inside Yoga for Better Balance is a self-test that helps readers identify areas where their balance may be compromised — providing valuable insight into specific places that need attention and guiding readers toward a tailored yoga practice.
The book provides step-by-step instructions, plenty of accompanying photos and options for beginners as well as experienced yoga practitioners to make the postures and exercises accessible to people of all skill levels.

Yoga for Better Balance also offers simple lifestyle suggestions that can make a significant difference for improving balance and reducing the risk of falls. From looking at wear points on shoes, to sleep habits, to living environments, a variety of practical tips will help keep readers safe while improving overall health.

“Whether you’re a senior looking to enhance your quality of life, an experienced yoga practitioner wanting to deepen your practice or an athlete seeking improved performance, Yoga for Better Balance offers an effective and thoughtful approach for enhancing stability, strength, flexibility and vitality,” Harvey added.

About the Authors
Howard VanEs, M.A., is a dedicated practitioner of Iyengar yoga and has been teaching yoga for more than 26 years in the Bay Area of California. He has led yoga retreats and workshops around the globe and is known for his attention to detail, coupled with a lightness and sense of humor.

VanEs has a deep passion for helping people learn about the many ways they can improve the quality of their health and lives through mind/body methods. He has also written many yoga-related books, as well as numerous others focused on health and wellness. Additionally, he has an M.A. in Counseling Psychology and is a former psychotherapist.

Dr. Richard Harvey, D.C., has been helping people heal for over 45 years through chiropractic and other natural healing methods. He possesses an exquisite knowledge of the human body and how it functions.

Dr. Harvey graduated with honors from the renowned Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, in 1976. He has postgraduate certification as a Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP) and an Industrial Disability Examiner (IDE). He has completed further advanced studies in postural analysis and rehabilitation. Throughout his career, he has worked with many Olympic, professional, college and high school athletes.

Howard VanEs and Dr. Rick Harvey have worked closely together for over 25 years, integrating the benefits of yoga and chiropractic care for their students and patients. They are also the co-authors of Yoga: The Back Pain Cure.

For more information, please visit www.letsdoyoga.com.

Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/Yoga-Better-Balance-Confident-Wellbeing/dp/0997118571/ref

Yoga for Better Balance: Improve Balance * Reduce the Risk of Falls * Feel More Confident in Your Body * Enhance Vitality & Wellbeing
Publisher: Let’s Write Books Inc.
Release Date: October 27, 2023
ISBN-10: ‎0997118571
ISBN-13: ‎978-0997118575
Available from Amazon.com

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