After advanced treatment for colon cancer in 2003, I wanted to serve other cancer patients by sharing my journey of yoga’s healing. I felt a deep spiritual calling to offer this specially designed yoga class to everyone who desired healing.
“Healing is a state of mind and heart, not physical cure.”
You will find many yoga and meditation resources throughout this site, including my free ‘Yoga for Cancer Survivors‘ audio class (in English,Spanish, Slovene).
Then I wanted to share my knowledge with other yoga teachers and those who want to understand how yoga can benefit cancer survivorship. I developed the first and only interntional online yoga teacher training. Introducing to you : ‘The Art and Science of Teaching Yoga to Cancer Patient & Survivors’ an advanced teacher training course.
If you happen to be in San Diego, please join us for ‘ Yoga for Healing‘ class every Tuesday mornings, 11:30 a.m., at Ginseng Yoga in San Diego.
Yoga teachers drawn to work with cancer patients are very special yoga teachers indeed. The ’Art & Science of Teaching Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors’ is an 85 online teacher training course will help you to safely teach yoga to cancer patients and survivors. Yoga teachers will learn the science behind the researched-based techniques and all the tools to make an effective and rich yoga class. One steeped deeply yogic philosophy on healing at subtle levels of energy, full of meditation tools,and healing principles which guide a student to discover their healer within. Anyone may take Part I: An Intensive Introduction.
‘Yoga for Cancer Survivors‘ is a free audio class that is just like attending the live class in San Diego. Breathing explorations done for 15 minutes gently go into easy movements and joint openings, ending with 20 minutes of guided relaxation. More information on this and other free yoga and meditation resources is available here.
Where: Ginseng Yoga, 30th at Beech, San Diego 92104
When: Tuesday mornings at 11:30a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
What : Yoga for Healing – Yoga for patients, survivors, caregivers and all those with chronic illness
Who: Jean Di Carlo-Wagner, M.A., E-RYT500, Yoga Therapist