“Yoga for Cancer aids the recovering cancer patient and survivor with experience, warmth, and good sense.” – Loren M. Fishman, M.D. and author.
“In, Yoga for Cancer, Prinster, a yoga instructor and cancer survivor herself, gives clear evidence as to the benefits of yoga for cancer patients and survivors, and presents a rationale approach to a safe and well balanced asana practice. A ‘must read’ for those contemplating yoga as a means to take charge of their lives after a diagnosis of cancer.” - Julie A. Rosenberg, MD, Oncologist, Yoga Instructor
“Yoga For Cancer an instrumental aspect of healing, surviving and thriving after treatment.” - Elena Brower, Yoga Leader & Author, Art of Attention
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In Yoga for Cancer, Tari Prinster shares her personal and professional experience in using yoga to manage the challenges of cancer and its treatment:
- Explains how to create a safe home yoga practice that addresses the specific physical needs, risks, and emotions of cancer patients and survivors
- Includes 53 yoga poses and sequences that use movement and breathing to reduce and manage treatment side effects
- Provides 9 practice sequences for varying stages of treatment and recovery
- Includes 10 focused sequences to help reduce the common side effects of cancer like lymphedema, scar tissue, anxiety, weight gain and many otherss
- Reveals how current research supports the physical and psychological benefits of yoga to aid recovery and reduce risk of recurrence
- Foreword and Endorsements include Loren Fishman M.D., Elena Brower, Cyndy Lee, Julie Rosenberg M.D. and several others.
- Pre-sales through major distributors is already performing strongly.
For those faced with a cancer diagnosis and the journey of doctor-led surgery and treatments, yoga offers a way to regain control of your body and take an active part in your recovery and long-term health. In this easy-to-follow illustrated guide, yoga teacher and cancer survivor Tari Prinster presents 53 carefully selected yoga poses and sequences, adaptable for all levels of ability, which use movement and breathing to address specific conditions and cancer challenges.
Sharing her own story as well as those of cancer survivors and yoga teachers with whom she has worked, Prinster explores how yoga can be used to manage treatment side effects, strengthen the immune system, rebuild bone density, avoid and manage lymphedema, decrease anxiety, detoxify the body, reduce pain, and help the body repair damage caused by the cancer and conventional treatments. She reveals the research that supports the physical and psychological benefits of yoga as an aid to recovery and in reducing the risk of recurrence. Explaining how yoga must be tailored to each survivor, Prinster gives you the tools to create a safe home yoga practice, one that addresses your abilities, energy level, and overall health goals.
Through personal stories, well-illustrated poses, and sample practices for beginners as well as experienced yoga practitioners, Prinster empowers survivors to create their own wellness plan in order to regain their independence and their physical and emotional well-being.
Endorsements for Yoga for Cancer
Yoga for Cancer is a look into Tari Prinster’s simple yet groundbreaking work with survivors, in which she vibrantly encourages her students to participate in their own healing. Tari’s practical guide helps cancer survivors create a safe, inspiring home yoga practice, as an anchor to their own personal Wellness Plan. With practices adaptable to all stages of cancer recovery, Tari includes clear explanations and the science behind the benefits and risks of yoga. Her gentle approach is complemented perfectly by her easy-to-follow guidance, making Yoga For Cancer an instrumental aspect of healing, surviving and thriving after treatment.
-Elena Brower, Yoga Leader & Author, Art of Attention
Yoga is an excellent tool for accessing the body’s amazing capacity to heal itself. Pranayama (breath practice) can help to relax the body, still the mind, and help people connect with Spirit, while asana practice (yoga poses) helps cancer patients and survivors to reconnect with their bodies. In, Yoga for Cancer, Prinster, a yoga instructor and cancer survivor herself, gives clear evidence as to the benefits of yoga for cancer patients and survivors, and presents a rationale approach to a safe and well balanced asana practice. A ‘must read’ for those contemplating yoga as a means to take charge of their lives after a diagnosis of cancer.
- Julie A. Rosenberg, MD, Oncologist, Yoga Instructor (RYT-200)
Yoga for Cancer is a yoga prescription for healthy action for those touched by cancer. Having been through the cancer trenches herself, Tari offers support born of experience and tough love liberally sprinkled with compassion. Not one to coddle the countless survivors who have come to her classes and workshops, Tari prefers to empower them with strength, determination, comfort, and self-love. In this book she gives them the tools they need to shore up their immune system, strengthen their resolve, and fall back in love with themselves. As a writer and yoga teacher, I can say this book makes an important contribution to our collective knowledge of the healing powers of yoga.
- Linda Sparrow, author and yoga teacher
Tari Prinster was my Yoda-in-a-tank-top when I was working through the residual physical and spiritual effects of recovery from breast cancer. I began taking her yoga classes simply to get back the range of motion in my arm and chest muscles, but her class taught me much more. It was a place where we all learned to shut up and listen to our bodies and be okay with whatever they were telling us. I left stronger, inside and out. She expresses the lessons of her classes now in this book, and I’m thrilled she’ll get to touch so many more people.
- Shelley Lewis – broadcast executive, survivor and author of “Five Lessons I didn’t learn from Breast Cancer (and the one big one I did)”
This book is a terrific guide for survivors to do a daily practice. It explains the benefits of yoga that directly address treatment side effects – short and long term. It’s goal is to bring this method of yoga for cancer as a beacon to every survivor in the form of a book. Tari did a wonderful job creating this step-by-step method and survivors everywhere will benefit.’
- Dr. Paulette Sherman, psychologist, survivor & author of ‘The Cancer Path: A Spiritual Journey Into Healing, Wholeness and Love,’ ‘My Quick Guide Through Breast Cancer’ and ‘The Create Your Own Cancer Path Workbook.’