Yoga helps prisoners to behave, according to Oxford University study
Wednesday 10 July 2013
Yoga can improve the mood and mental wellbeing of prisoners and may help improve impulsive behaviour, according to a study by Oxford University researchers.
Prisoners were better able to control their behaviour after a 10-week yoga course than those who continued in their normal routine, the study by Dr Miguel Farias and Dr Amy Bilderbeck found.
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