Date Presented 04/22/21

This study analyzed the effects of yoga participation with active and passive ergonomic instruction on improving range of motion at the neck and shoulder, decreasing pain, and reducing perceived stress in a group of graduate students. Results show range of motion improvements when yoga and active ergonomic interventions are implemented for graduate students who spend prolonged periods of time sitting. No significant effects of these interventions were seen for pain or perceived stress.

Primary Author and Speaker: David Plutschack

Additional Authors and Speakers: James Wersal

Contributing Authors: Sandra Winter, Sherrilene Classen

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