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What Yoga Teachers Need to Know About Teaching Cancer Survivors

by Tari Prinster. Published in Kripalu.  See the original here. What Yoga Teachers Need to Know About Teaching Cancer Survivors Yoga for cancer patients—what better way to manage anxiety, gain strength, increase flexibility, and create feelings of well-being! A growing body of research points to this path, both during and after treatment. But …

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Research Project Launches!

Yoga Interventions for Cancer Patients and Survivors  A White Paper Yoga Interventions for Cancer Patients ...

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Yoga as Medicine: A film

yoga4cancer was honored to participate in a short film, Yoga as Medicine by Green ...

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Research Trial: Establishing “yoga4cancer” as the Hospital-Based Gold-Standard

Establishing “yoga4cancer” as the Hospital-Based Gold-Standard Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors Hartford HealthCare ...

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Yoga Benefit #3: Yoga Increases Range of Motion and Flexibility

As a yoga teacher, I hear one thing all the time: “I can’t do ...

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World Lymphedema Day 2019

The World Health Organization Goal: To make cures for lymphedema and lymphatic diseases a global ...

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Certificate Programs – IAYT Approved!

We are pleased to announce that yoga4cancer Certificate Programs have been approved by International ...

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Research Trial: The Yoga Mat, Where East Meets West

The Yoga Mat, Where East Meets West: Evaluating a Structured Yoga Practice on Common Side ...

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Move More and Sit Less for Cancer Prevention and Survival

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued new guidelines for the amount ...

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Why yoga4cancer classes are so important

A few weeks ago, a woman came to our yoga4cancer Community Class Brooklyn class ...

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How Yoga Transforms Lives by Give Back Yoga Foundation

Our partners at Give Back Yoga Foundation are leaders in helping yoga programs like ours ...

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Give Survivors the Gift of Yoga

What began as one woman’s quest to find renewal and peace while surviving cancer ...

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Having the tools to empower

My friend Jenny* hates yoga. As a Former Div 1 college athlete, this 30 year old mom ...

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Support cancer survivors on AmazonSmile!

Did you know that every time you make a purchase on Amazon they will give ...

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Ask Tari: I am 8 weeks post bilateral breast surgery…. should I do yoga?

“Dear Tari – I am 8 weeks post bilateral breast surgery with tissue expanders.  I have to ...

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yoga4cancer at the Dubin Breast Center

We are thrilled to be working with the Dubin Breast Center to offer a weekly ...

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Join Tari & y4c teachers at the SYTAR sessions!

June 9-12th in Reston, Virginia CIC #3:  Yoga for the Cancer Community:  A Gathering of ...