Neuroplastiscity & MS

Want to know something weird? 
A few years before I was diagnosed with MS, my yoga teacher had me read two books on neuroplasticity: Buddha’s Brain and The Brain that Changes Itself.

Neuroplasticity is the ability of the neural networks in our brains to adapt through growth and reorganization. Knowing this shaped how I thought about what was possible with my healing. I knew I wasn’t stuck where I was on that very first day. 

As difficult as it is some days, there is a lot of beauty and discovery on this journey. I’ve learned to accept and enjoy life no matter what the prognosis. And I don’t believe my prognosis is fixed. 

I’m so glad you’ve decided to join me as we explore using yoga, breathing, and fun to make the healing process easier. 

We can be in this together. 

Xoxo, 
Stephanie

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5 Comments

  1. Esprit Wilkins

    Your posts are insightful and inspiring, Stephanie 🤍 As someone on her journey of conscious living, being aware of our purpose and power as individuals, and the importance of being grateful and happy with the present moment, I smile as I read this because I am so happy for you to use your knowledge of that in order to inspire others. I will be ordering both of these books! Thank you for your vulnerability and light 🙏🏻

  2. Esprit Wilkins

    Your posts are insightful and inspiring, Stephanie 🤍 As someone on her journey of conscious living, being aware of our purpose and power as individuals, and the importance of being grateful and happy with the present moment, I smile as I read this because I am so happy for you to use your knowledge of that in order to inspire others. I will be ordering both of these books! Thank you for your vulnerability and light 🙏🏻

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