Yoga for Cancer Part 2: Subtle Practices
This weekend immersion is for 200‐hour yoga teachers and health care practitioners who wish to learn the theory and practice of yoga therapy for cancer patients and survivors. You can take part two of the training as a stand-alone immersion or in combination with part one, Yoga for Cancer: Physical Practices, which we hope to offer again in 2019. In this 12‐hour training, you will learn how to guide your students through this life‐changing healing journey.
- The anatomy of cancer and the immune system and the effect of stress on the immune system and how subtle yoga helps
- How to adapt common subtle practices for patients in active treatment, what is safe and what should be avoided
- The importance of working with the subtle body including, the koshas, gunas, chakras, doshas, nadis, and vayus.
- Benefits of using pranayama and mudra as stand‐alone practices, and in combination with asana and meditation.
- Benefits of using mantra, and sound to support emotional and mental well‐being
- How to structure a yoga nidra script, and use guided meditation in your classes.
- Evidence‐informed yoga protocols from the Healing Yoga for Cancer Survivorship (HYCS) research study (sponsored by the Cancer Support Community and Piedmont Yoga Community in 2014)
The training will be led by integrative yoga therapist Cheryl Fenner Brown, C-IAYT, E‐RYT 500, YACEP with over a decade of experience working with cancer patients and survivors as a teacher, therapist, author, and researcher. For more information, contact Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 290-2641
Please click here to download the flyer.
Cancer Support Community
Walnut Creek, CA 94597
|Registration Fee||$ 325.00|