MP3: Moving Bodies and Boundaries

16.09.2012

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Moving Bodies and Boundaries MP3

Garth McLean has the toned body of a yoga teacher. He also has multiple sclerosis. He teaches others with MS  and manages his symptoms with yoga - and without drugs.  Cate Sayers started up a little dance class 3 years ago for her daughter and a few other children with Down syndrome. The demand has been overwhelming and the results enlivening.  Source: abc.net.au

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