Yoga Being – A Resource for Cancer Survivors & Online Yoga Teacher Training for Teaching Cancer Survivors

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‘The Art & Science of Teaching Yoga to Cancer Patients and Survivors’ Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga for Cancer Patients Teacher Training

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TRAINING IS FULL. IT WILL REOPEN IN JANUARY 2019. Thank you. Welcome Yoga Teachers interested in teaching yoga to cancer patients. At 46, I was a healthy yogi, a bit stressed at work but overall happy, but feeling a bit bloated and fatiqued. By April 2003, I was a colon cancer patient. Treatment was grueling physically and mentally. My practice helped me mainly through breathing practices and meditation. After six months of treatment,I had a battered body, mind and spirit. I needed specialized yoga for cancer survivors, but it didn’t exist. Defying the odds of my prognosis, at age 50, I became a yoga teacher specializing in working with cancer patients and survivors. I have felt a passion to help other survivors, and now have been training other yoga teachers for since 2011.

Yoga teachers find me from all over the world, because my online course is the only in-depth training with mentorship, interaction, and a strong research base. If you are attracted to teaching therapeutic yoga to cancer survivors, please read more.

The  ’Art & Science of Teaching Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors’ is a 100 Yoga Alliance CEU’s online course.

I designed this course to be interactive, engaging, real-time reviews with me, and practical. When you are done, you will be competent and confident in teaching yoga to a wide range of patients and survivors.

If you live in San Diego, you may take this training as part of “Soul of Yoga” CIAYT 1,ooohr Therapeutic Yoga Training. This course will be submitted to IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists) for continuing education units in 2018.