Yoga as Therapy: Historically and Now

Second Act Blog by Joseph Pellerito Jr. Guest Blogger Yoga as Therapy: Historically and Now Yoga comes by its gentle qualities quite naturally. It may have begun as an old people‚Äôs sport, with attention to alignment, and staying in the same position for lengths of time. No competition, no shifting movements, and apart from some…

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Alzheimer’s Disease Cognitive-Communication Interventions

Second Act Blog by Joseph Pellerito Jr. Guest Blogger Alzheimer Disease Cognitive-Communication Interventions A number of reports suggest that among healthy elderly persons, nearly one third complaint of memory problems. As our society ages, age-related diseases assume increasing prominence as personal and public health concerns. Disorders of cognition are particularly important in both regards, and…

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Act II Healthy Living Blog

By Joseph Pellerito Jr. Like any great theatrical production, we live our lives in three act plays. The first act includes our infancy, childhood, and coming-of-age as young adults. We have learned about the world and its expectations that can be contradictory and confusing. It is during Act II that people work to accumulate wealth,…

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