YOGA FOR CANCER with YOGA THERAPIST

Yoga for those living with cancer
Rating: 4.8 out of 5 (7 ratings)
440 students
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To be able to cope with the situation
How to make the healing process easier
How to move forward and be positive
LEARN RELAXATION
LEARN MEDITATION
STRETCHING CAN HELP IN RECOVERY

Requirements

  • To honour your body and only do what feels good
  • Have available, cushions and something you can use as a YOGA BELT ( old tie or dressing gown belt ) for stretching the body
  • Listen to your body and bring awareness to how you are feeling

Description

Living with cancer.  I am also living with cancer and have recorded my journey through chemotherapy moving into the direction of wellness and fitness and a joy of life.  Within this course ,there are videos for the not so good days when you just dont feel like doing anything and there are videos for the days when you may need some strength.. Stretching is a wonderful way to relax the body  and you will be able to work at your own pace, stretching is very benefcial for removing tensions and offering freedom to the body.  There are also some classic Yoga videos for the days when you may want to build strength, Another amazing style of Yoga is Yin Yoga whereby all the postures are seated and we work with the joint and deeper tissues of the body, giving us more range of movement and flexibility.

Meditation also plays a huge part in working with the nervous system to enable maximum healing potential  The meditation audios are calming working with the breath awareness

Relaxation plays a key role in working with the immune system, included in the course are some vizualisation relaxtions to sooothe the body and help with better sleep.

Who this course is for:

  • For those of us who are on the hard journey of coping.
  • To find a way to the path of healing

Instructor

YOGA TEACHER YOGA THERAPIST
Daphne BATH
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 11 Reviews
  • 996 Students
  • 2 Courses

I am a Qualified Yoga Teacher and Yoga therapist.  I have a passion for Yoga as I have seen and experienced the amazing benefits. 

You can start to practice Yoga at any age and at any fitness level. I have students who are 93 who began their learning of yoga in their eighties.   Yoga has the ability to make you feel good about yourself, no matter what life throws at you.  It is a calming yet energizing practice where we learn to be at peace with ourselves