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Caring for Cancer Yoga - Online

This class is led by both Claire Whalley and Sue Skelton

  • 1 h
  • 12 British pounds
  • Online class

Service Description

To empower you to live a life not defined by your diagnosis and for your carers to benefit from some yoga too Yoga is not a cure for cancer however, it can help you to reconnect with your body, mind and spirit to enable you to feel whole again so that you can let go of physical & mental tension, have better focus, deeper sleep and a sense of inner calm. Through breath work to release stress, a gentle flow of yoga poses & a body scan meditation, Caring for Cancer Yoga aims to help you still your thoughts and give clarity enabling you to gently come to terms with your diagnosis and treatment. The practise aims to ease side effects & symptoms such as fatigue, sleep issues, anxiety, stress, depression, pain and nausea. Post-treatment, yoga can be a gentle way to help you stay physically and mentally healthy, allowing you to be calm & grounded when times feel challenging, enabling you to reconnect with your body however broken it may feel and importantly, to embrace life afresh with positivity and vitality. The yoga practise can be adapted to your specific needs, ability and energy levels. It is possible to do Caring for Cancer Yoga from a chair, a bed or a mat and is open to everyone of all ages and stages of treatment. We welcome carers & family to join the class as we appreciate you also need support and can benefit from the mental & physical release that yoga can provide. Show less

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

We have a 24 hour cancellation policy. If you’re unable to come to a booked class you can cancel up to 1 hour before the class.

Contact Details


Located in the 3rd Floor Chapel Oxford House in Bethnal Green, Derbyshire Street, London, UK

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