65 Minute Class with Tari (Fatigue)


Yoga has been proven to be effective in managing short and long term side effects and improve long term health. American Cancer Society and other oncology organizations recommends a minimum of 150 minutes of yoga per week for all cancer survivors.

Fatigue is one of the most common and debilitating side effects of cancer and its treatments. 70-80% of cancer patients report ‘fatigue’. And cancer-related fatigue is different from the fatigue of normal ‘daily life’. It is paralyzing. Cancer-related fatigue can last from months to years. It often continues years after treatment ends. Historically, rest was believed to be a management tool but research has proven that movement and exercise to be the best solution to manage cancer related fatigue.

If you are new to yoga or yoga for cancer, please review the Guidance on Yoga at Home as provided below. If you are in active cancer treatment, please speak with a medical provider before beginning any yoga program.

**Important Legal Note**

The use of any information provided in the live streaming session or subsequent videos is solely at your own risk, and Yoga4Cancer, LLC and / or Yoga4Cancer Foundation, Inc will not be responsible for any harm or injury you incur as a result of such use. Talk to your licensed medical provider before beginning this yoga program. The information in the following video is not a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Do not disregard, avoid or delay seeking medical advice for any reason. Treat yourself with kindness and listen to your body to avoid injury.