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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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Ask Tari: What poses would you recommend for post operation Breast Cancer?

Recently, a friend, student and fellow yoga teacher asked me what poses I would recommend ...

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Ask Tari: What’s the difference between a ‘traditional’ yoga teacher and a yoga teacher for a “cancer survivor?”

Question: What’s the difference between a ‘traditional’ yoga teacher and a yoga teacher for ...

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Five Ways That Yoga Helps Prevent Cancer

By Tari Prinster. Originally posted to Kripalu Thrive Blog on October 23, 2014. “You have cancer.” About ...

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Simple Ways to Manage Lymphedema

Cancer and its treatment are risk factors for lymphedema. Lymphedema can occur after any cancer ...

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Ask Tari: Are your yoga classes for women only?

Recently, I was asked if our yoga4cancer classes in New York City are women ...

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AskTari: Can anyone teach yoga to cancer patients?

 Tari Answered: “Yoga for cancer patients is a specialization. When I was going through treatments, ...

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AskTari – Is it possible to do yoga in a CT Scanner?

  Muriel W: Muriel completed her cancer treatments in May 2009. Her oncologist requested a CT ...

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The Big “C” Talk with Tari

  Question: Do your students talk about their cancers? Tari Answered: “Absolutely! Again, that sense ...

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AskTari – When is it safe to start yoga?

Cynthia Asked Tari: Since my mastectomy surgeries I have not been about to gain back ...

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AskTari: Why is yoga helpful for people living with cancer?

  Tari Answered: “Yoga makes you stronger in mind and body; gives courage, hope and ...

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Yoganonamous Interview with Tari Prinster on Surviving Cancer, Teaching Yoga & Changing lives

November 2011 by Amanda Taylor Tari Prinster doesn’t look like a woman who would let ...

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AskTari: Why do you love what you do?

Tari Answered: “Maya Angeleo said, “I have learned that people forget what you say, forget ...

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AskTari: What is your dream for the future?

  Tari Answered: “My dream is that Western medical professionals and hospitals will recognize that ...

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AskTari: Tell me about your classes. What is the community like? Describe the diversity of ages, recovery, types of cancer, etc.

Tari Answered: “My students come with curiosity, hope and a willingness to be partners in ...