Yoga and breast cancer : a journey to health and healing / Ingrid Kollak, Isabell Utz-Billing.

By: Kollak, Ingrid
Contributor(s): Utz-Billing, Isabell
Publisher: New York ; [Berkeley, CA] : Demos Health : [Distributed in North America by Publishers Group West], c2011Description: xv, 173 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 9781932603910 Report number: BC-W-Sp/11Subject(s): Breast -- Cancer -- Patients -- Rehabilitation | Yoga -- Therapeutic useDDC classification: 616.99/44906 LOC classification: RC280.B8 | K65 2011Summary: A practical, how-to guide to using yoga to manage stress, relieve pain, and gain the strength necessary to make it through this illness. This seminal work follows the authors' own research, which has shown a proven correlation between yoga practice and better health outcomes after a breast cancer diagnosis. More than simply an exercise primer, the book is a deeply soothing guide to moving meditation and physical activity, giving readers a safe way to rebuild strength, stamina, and flexibility both during and following cancer treatments. Intended to support women from the critical phases of their disease to times of secondary prevention and rehabilitation.
List(s) this item appears in: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-167) and index.

A practical, how-to guide to using yoga to manage stress, relieve pain, and gain the strength necessary to make it through this illness. This seminal work follows the authors' own research, which has shown a proven correlation between yoga practice and better health outcomes after a breast cancer diagnosis. More than simply an exercise primer, the book is a deeply soothing guide to moving meditation and physical activity, giving readers a safe way to rebuild strength, stamina, and flexibility both during and following cancer treatments. Intended to support women from the critical phases of their disease to times of secondary prevention and rehabilitation.

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