Happy Veteran's Day

Happy Veteran's Day!

 

The brave men and women wh serve our country are sent out to fight wars without being given the choice of wether or not to do so.  You might not agree with the wars we fight but that is no reason to show anything but respect for these brave souls.  They sacrifice their time to their families and anfriends and many have sacrificed their lives.

 

This Veteran's Day, reach out and thank a Veteran.  Not only will he or she feel good because of your thoughtfulness but, by expressing your gratitude, you will immediately feel a sense of happiness.

 

From everyone at Mindful Yoga Therapy, we'd like to thank you, Veterans, for all that you have given of yourself so that we can continue to have and enjoy our freedoms here at home.

 

The Noble and the Brave: A Veteran's Day Tribute

by Joanna Fuchs

 

When America Had an urgent need

These brave ones raised a hand

No hesitation held them back

They were proud to take a stand

 

They left their friends and family

They gave up normal life

To serve their country and their God

They plowed into the strife

 

They bought for freedom and for peace

On stage and foreign shores

Some lost new friends; some lost their lives

In long and brutal wars

 

Other veterans answered a call

To support the ones who fought

Their country had requirements for

The essential skills they brought

 

We salute every one of them

The noble and the brave

The ones still with us here today

And those who rest in a grave

 

So here's to our country's heroes

They're a cut above the rest

Let's give the honor that is due

To our country's very best

 

 

Anthony Scaletta interviewed on Reload Radio

_JTA8795 (1) MYT's Anthony Scaletta was interviewed on Reload Radio.  Listen to the full interview here.

Anthony, Mindful Yoga Therapy's Outreach Coordinator for Veterans and a graduate of our 100 hour certification program, served as a US Navy Special Warfare Combatant Crewman (SWCC) with Naval Special Warfare Group 1 out of San Diego, California from 1998-2003. He was an 11 Meter RHIB operator and did two deployments to the Northern Arabian Gulf region conducting Maritime Interdiction Operations and reconnaissance missions.

As a result of his service he was diagnosed with PTSD, Anxiety, Depression and OCD.  He also suffered chronic pain and underwent spinal fusion surgery. It was through these “opportunities,” which he used to call obstacles, that yoga found Anthony--and it immediately resonated with him as the way to heal and reintegrate after his military service.

Meet Anthony and learn more about his Mindful Yoga Therapy mission.