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I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in Febuary of 2012. All through my treatment, post surgery, during chemotherapy, during radiation, I stood firm with my Vinyasa Flow practice. Committing to a twice a week routine. Not only was I able to remain solid and strong the side effects were lessened at the completion of each class. I was fortunate enough to have a strong solid practice before my treatment and felt very blessed to have been able continue all through my treatment. The yoga left me feeling stronger, energized and at peace. I experienced little anxiety regarding my treatment plan and can now proudly state that I am in remission. It has been a blessing to have had my practice to take me to paradise and keep me centered even in the darkest of days.
James Webb Jones
As a cancer survivor I am beginning my 5th year cancer free. My Yoga Practice is so much a part of my personal regimen to keep me centered along the Path of Wisdom while I work to maintain my immume system at its strongest. The Inner Strength I have derived from the Practice has been very significant in my recovery. As a Yoga Teacher I also found that the support of my students during my treatment and thereafter was and continues to be a warm Blessing. I sincerely tell my students at the end of every class "... to take your Light into darkness and your Strength to the weak -- be a Blessing to All you Encounter because each of you is a Special Blessing to me."
Susan T. Lindau
Throughout my chemo, surgery and radiation, yoga was as much a part of my treatment and self care as every other allo- and homeopathic care I received. I am now two years post treatment and my health care team is very enthusiastic about my recovery. I know that it was pranayama and asana practice that brought me to a level of even more peace and good health.
I am going for a Yoga of the Heart certification this summer at Kripalu because I worked with a friend with lung cancer and could easily see just how much yoga could have helped her. The relaxation and peace of mind that comes along with yoga goes a long way towards teaching us that we are in control of our bodies. When struck down by cancer, we forget that. Best of luck to Manuel, Anna and Mary Ellen!
I have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer. I am inspired by the articles that I have read from people with cancer, and how Yoga has helped. Having practiced Yoga for a number of years I'm convinced that continuing to practice will no doubt help my recovery.
Mary Ellen Fay
Thank you so much for this article. I have stage 4 Lung Cancer. I feel great, and my Yoga practice is really helping me get my right leg (tumor removed at the head of the femur) strengthened. Pranayama is definetly my mainstay. I had just become a Yoga instructor when I was diagnosed and I am planning on teaching again. Mary Ellen Fay
I have recently been diagnosed with lung cancer and wanted to get information on how joga can be helpful. I asked at the social worker at the clinic but she had no idea. Thanks to this article I think I know how to get started.