N@maste Love OM magazine and want to tell the world? Here’s your chance Yoga legs Thank goodness for yoga! I have suffered from Restless Legs Syndrome (or the sensory neurological condition Willis-Ekbom, to give it it’s fancy medical definition) for 20 years (apparently one in 10 UK adults are sufferers). Horrific hours spent agitated in…

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Thank goodness for yoga! I have suffered from Restless Legs Syndrome (or the sensory neurological condition Willis-Ekbom, to give it it’s fancy medical definition) for 20 years (apparently one in 10 UK adults are sufferers). Horrific hours spent agitated in bed like a demented Irish Riverdance performance; nothing short of nightly torture, which has had its toll on me, both physically and mentally. Heat, cold, walking, massage, painkillers, TENS machines, CBD oil, vitamin D, iron — the remedies I’ve tried in desperation are endless. But with half an hour of yoga practice before bed, I can get my body where it needs to be to allow me that precious window of opportunity to fall asleep. Yoga — and OM magazine — have become an essential part of my life. I feel strongly this is an important message to pass onto your readers. Huge thanks for a mint magazine.

Andrea, by email

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Bodies come in all shapes and sizes, and so do minds. I long for a day where everyone’s body is accepted for what it is: a machine that does an amazing job of getting us about. If it works, we marvel at it whatever the size without judgement; if it doesn’t work, we support each other whatever the size without judgement. We’ve got a long way to go to achieve it, but things like the Body Positivity blog and open conversations are a huge stepping stone in the right direction.

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N@maste Love OM magazine and want to tell the world? Here’s your chance Yoga legs Thank goodness for yoga! I have suffered from Restless Legs Syndrome (or the sensory neurological condition Willis-Ekbom, to give it it’s fancy medical definition) for 20 years (apparently one in 10 UK adults are sufferers). Horrific hours spent agitated in…

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N@maste Love OM magazine and want to tell the world? Here’s your chance Yoga legs Thank goodness for yoga! I have suffered from Restless Legs Syndrome (or the sensory neurological condition Willis-Ekbom, to give it it’s fancy medical definition) for 20 years (apparently one in 10 UK adults are sufferers). Horrific hours spent agitated in…

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