In this podcast episode we hold conversation with Evan Soroka, founder of Soroka Yoga Therapy in Aspen and the author of Yoga Therapy for Diabetes.
We discussed Diabetes, the differences between Type 1 and 2, and how Yoga and Yoga Therapy can be supportive practices to help individuals manage the wide range of symptoms and effects of being diagnosed and managing their health. Evan shared with us her very personal journey and we also talked about queer festivals and her love for swimming and fly fishing.
Evan Soroka, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, is the founder of Soroka Yoga Therapy in Aspen, CO, and the author of Yoga Therapy for Diabetes. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in her teens and chronic musculoskeletal issues throughout her life, Evan practices and teaches yoga as a health-providing tool. She is a contributor to Yoga Journal, Yoga International, and Yoga Therapy Today Magazines. You can learn more about Evan at www.sorokayogatherapy.com. Instagram: @evan_soroka
Recommendation from Evan:
Her book, Yoga Therapy for Diabetes
Rise Above T1D program – 6-week virtual yoga therapy program for type 1 diabetes
Private yoga therapy for pre-diabetes, gestational diabetes, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and other chronic illnesses.
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