Yoga teacher says workouts can be adapted for disabilities

05/3/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Yoga instructor Ryan McGraw structures his routines to meet his needs because with cerebral palsy, he must keep his muscles strong and stay active. He credits yoga with improvements in his flexibility, balance and coordination as well as a more positive outlook. He says it is important for people with disabilities to find out what poses they can adapt to meet their own needs and what props can help them.

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