Breast Cancer Yoga Books - our first therapeutic yoga series for breast cancer recovery, lymphedema management and fatigue. All series will lead you to a clearer understanding on how yoga can replace unhealthy physical and emotional reactions to stress with positive and protective responses. You will learn to process feelings in a healthy way when they surface. Physically your body will begin to heal by using these selected poses, breaths, herbs and oils. Each book contains the benefits, purposes and results of 5 yoga poses, one breath, complimentary teas, massage and essential oils. When having all 5 books you can create a wide variety of yoga practices, build up a breathing library and explore the complementary offerings of these herbal products.
Standing Poses Book
Emphasis is placed on developing stamina, flexibility and strength. Balance is a key component in standing. The use of legs and arms builds the whole body.
Seated Poses Book
Explores a deeper openness through gentle flowing movements. Arm movements assist in opening the chest & stretching breast tissue.
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Reclined Poses Book
Provides a clear path towards soothing and releasing feelings of sadness, hopelessness, anxiety and anger.
Twisting Poses Book
Move deeply from the midline creating a squeezing effect. Twists are cleansing creating a detox effect.
Relaxed Poses Book
Clearly the book of deep relaxation and emotional release. These therapeutic poses will relieve stress.
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