Losing a loved one is a stressful and emotional time. Exercising can help to energize and refocus you. It will improve both your physical and mental well-being.
The physical sensation of stretching in yoga will give your mind somewhere to focus other than on intrusive thoughts about the past and future.
Heather Strang is a yoga therapist and wrote the book "Mindfulness and Grief". Here's a link to her tips for poses that assist those grieving. Yoga Poses for Grief
Restorative Yoga Poses For Grief
Supported Child's Pose
Reclining Bound Angle Pose
Legs Up The Wall
When we lose loved ones, we often find comfort in old photos that capture their memory. To preserve and properly care for your photos, there are some specific steps to follow.
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia lists the best way to care for and preserve old photographs.
Caring for Photographs
Some simple tips
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