Words of Support and Encouragement: Opening Yourself Up with Yoga
Posted by: Editor on Feb 25, 2013 in News

yoga stretch2Good morning!  This weekend Dr. Kiltz hosted a great workshop on the benefits of The Fertile Secret, acupuncture, positive thinking, and mindfulness.  As he discussed the importance of becoming self-aware, the discussion quickly centered around yoga.

Yoga is not just bending, stretching, and balancing.  It is a practice of tuning into yourself through your breath and body awareness.  This also is a great way to begin listening to your body, and uncovering the sources of hidden stress.  Once you begin practicing yoga, you will find a greater awareness of tension or fatigue in your body.  You may notice that when a challenging situation comes on, you tense your shoulders or clench your jaw.  Or, when you are feeling down, you might find that your body slows and turns inward.  These physical and emotional clues will help you open yourself up to working through challenges, and anticipating their impact on your entire self.

We have many opportunities for you to try yoga for free, just because Dr. Kiltz believes so strongly in the many benefits.

Syracuse: Wednesdays 6:00p-7:15p


Rochester:  Mondays 4:15p-5:45p Wednesdays 6:30p-8:00p

Albany:  Tuesdays 7:00p-8:00p Saturdays 10:30a-11:30a

We have many more yoga opportunities for you listed on our CNY Healing Arts calendar.


If you are interested in a more private one-on-one support situation, Lisa Stack is our CNY Fertility Center Support Coordiator, she offers her services as a lay support person and can be contacted by email at

If you are interested in an initial fertility consultation either over the phone (if you live out of the NY State region) or in-office, please call our toll-free number at 800.539.9870 or request a consult here.


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