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  • Description: This 45-minute chair yoga invites you to find movement in a way that is gentle and supportive. The practice invites awareness into the body and activates muscles that help you find length up through the spine for better posture and energy flow. If you are new to yoga, have difficulty getting down to the floor, experience pain in your muscles or joints, loss of energy, or balance issues due to peripheral neuropathy, this class is for you. Also included a gentle self-manual lymph drainage massage to help stimulate the lymphatic system (an important component of the immune system). Self-manual massage of hands and using a massage ball for feet to help with symptoms of peripheral neuropathy are shown. 

    Designed for patients with breast cancer and suitable for all cancer diagnoses!


    Instructor: Juliana G. Berfield, PhD, E-RYT 500, CPT

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    Gentle Yoga Flow

    15 Oct, 2021
    Description: This 45-minute joyful flow (vinyasa) is a practice that connects movement to breath in a sequence of yoga poses. The class is designed to promote a mind-body connection as it develops strength, stamina, flexibility, balance, relaxation, and focus. The warm-up portion of this class has more supine (on your back) poses and a few kneeling poses (knee support and modifications are offered). Encourages transitions from kneeling to standing and standing to stepping back using blocks (modifications are offered).


    Designed for patients with breast cancer and suitable for all cancer diagnoses!

    Instructor: Juliana G. Berfield, PhD, E-RYT 500, CPT
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