John Schlorholtz, Harvard Wellness Centre, is probably the most efficient and effective Yoga teacher in the West. http://www.agelessyoga.org/

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A principal yoga instructor at the Harvard University Center for Wellness for almost 20 years, John Schlorholtz offers a number of innovative, flowing yoga routines that are safe as exercise for all ages and shapes, including seniors and people with injuries, illnesses, or disabilities.

Ageless Yoga DVDs provide thorough work-outs that are gentle and gently challenging – and include chair yoga routines.

With rhythmic movement and breathing John makes yoga a new and enjoyable experience for both the beginning and seasoned practitioner. He integrates stories, humor, and a gentle spirit, along with thoughtful and profoundly simple techniques, to make yoga light-hearted, accessible, deep, and even fun.

“… great for people young and old, stiff and flexible, and those with medical conditions, including arthritis.”
~Keli Ballinger, Harvard Wellness Center
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  1. Hey Azam, I greatly appreciate your thought in putting this on your blog, but I’m going to respectfully request that you remove it. I want you to create your coherent voice, your stories of your life and experience and musings, along with some salient articles from other sources. An example that comes to me right now: I think an appropriate link would be to Dad’s book http://www.something-to-share.com. That would be very much in line with your interests and life experience. What about the thought of doing a review of the book? That would be of interest to people who are interested in Pakistan, Pakistani Christians, Lahore, FC College, and your family. I would of course suggest that, if you write a review on your blog, you are upfront about your personal connection to the book and make it as much a personal, reflective piece as an official review. This may just be my bias, but it’s the personal tone and stories that I connect with the most. I suspect that many others are like me.

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