Yoga gives new hope for cancer patients. Several recently-published medical studies are offering hope to people suffering and recovering from cancer to use yoga as part of their therapy. The new studies support the conclusion that various types of yoga are effective in improving quality of life, emotional well-being, fatigue, and stress for cancer patients and breast cancer Survivors.
This class is offered FREE to anyone with a breast cancer diagnosis at any stage of their journey, as well as Survivor's family and friends.
NOTE: This session will be delivered online using Zoom. You can participate using your computer, smartphone, or tablet. There is no cost involved or software to load. All you need is the meeting link and password, which we will provide via email confirmation when you register (with the button at the top of this session description). We suggest using the meeting link a few minutes prior to the start time of the session. If you don't receive a confirmation email from us within an hour of registering, please check your SPAM folder or email firstname.lastname@example.org
April S. Davis, RN, MSN, CNE, IP received her yoga training in Charlotte, NC through Chrys Kub with the Charlotte Yoga Club Holistic Therapy Institute and has been teaching as a yoga instructor for 6 years. She started volunteering at the Pink House in September 2014 and has also been teaching at her local YMCA in Fort Mills, SC since that time.
April loves teaching yoga at the Pink House and says that each experience is precious. It allows her to share what yoga therapy is all about with the breast cancer Survivors in her class. She dedicates each session to a particular yoga concept, connecting gently movement with breathwork to ease tension and anxiety and help Survivors use yoga as a tool for self-healing.
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Pink House Disclaimer:
Programs at Carolina Breast Friends should not be used as a substitute for any treatment. Sessions are intended to provide community and general support for breast cancer survivors. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your doctor if you are in any way concerned about activities that are part of an offered program.