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Yoga is an absolute gift, within this simple practice, your body becomes strong and flexible. Your mind calmer and clearer. Yoga offers you space and time to be with yourself and experience yourself in new ways. All you have to do is practice and over the years the benefits just continue to mount in practical and magical ways!

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Private Class

Together we will decide on your areas of focus, and pace the class to maximize the development of your particular practice.



You are such a wonderful yoga teacher! As a beginner, I really appreciate your clear, calm, reassuring manner, and how you simplify each pose so that I can do each one successfully. I also love your self- deprecating sense of humor; in these challenging times, I think maintaining such a sense of humor is vital to our wellbeing. Can't wait for your next series of yoga classes!

— Meg

Why Yoga For Cancer ?

Happily, there is an abundance of scientific research showing how yoga benefits those with cancer. Improved energy, better sleep, quicker recovery, and a reduction in anxiety and depression are among the many reported results.

I have been practicing yoga for 20 years and have been teaching for 17. In my own moments of ill health, I have found myself drawn to my yoga mat more than ever. Sometimes I would just lie there and allow my body to rest. Yoga is an ally, a supporter, moving you forward to a better life. And it does so quietly – so quietly, you might not even notice it happening.

If you would like to learn more about the positive effects of yoga, please see the links below.

If you have any questions, I encourage you to email me.

1) Effects have been observed in numerous studies of yoga that have shown reductions in cortisol, inflammatory cytokines,[66,67] and improved natural killer cell counts.[63,68,69] These changes have been shown to modulate distressful symptoms and improve QOL of these patients.

2) A review of several studies suggests that yoga could help. A yoga program combining gentle poses, breathing, and meditation reduced insomnia in people with cancer as well as cancer survivors.

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