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May 19, 2012

Yoga Helps a Disabled Veteran Walk on His Own and Believe in Himself

An injured veteran had lost all hope of ever walking unaided when he met the yoga instructor who would literally help him get back on his feet.

inspireFor 15 years, Arthur Boorman served his country as a paratrooper, fighting in the Gulf War. The jumps that he had to take injured his legs. Doctors told him that he would never again be able to walk without the aid of crutches. He lost all hope until he discovered a yoga instructor who taught him to believe in himself and helped him walk on his own--not to mention lose a lot of weight. Watch this inspiring story in the video below.

 

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