Ovarian cancer can be devastating. Far too many women are diagnosed too late, once the cancer has already spread, making treatment more difficult. When a woman is diagnosed at the earliest stage, her chance of surviving ovarian cancer for five years or more doubles from just 46 per cent to more than 90 per cent. TEXT SOURCE – TARGET OVARIAN CANCER
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I have written this Factsheet offering general guidelines for Yoga teachers working with people living with cancer.
I receive a lot of questions from yoga teachers who have been asked to work with someone who has received a cancer diagnosis, and I try and give as much potted information and advice as I can. Hopefully this This is freely given material from the Healing Space course, but is not designed to replace in -depth training for those who wish to specialise in working with people with additional health needs.
In preparation for publishing the new online course this summer, I am delighted to offer the introduction to the course for all prospective students, absolutely FREE.
You will receive an email confirmation, with a link to a PDSF containing the course introduction material.
This introduction is a basic text based course with a question for reflection. The full course – in three sections- will include text based reading like this, plus video, audio and graphic information, plus required reading of “Being with Dying – Cultivating Compassion and Fearlessness in the Presence of Death” by
It may be sheer good fortune that some people exposed to cancer-causing agents do not develop the disease, study suggests
Lots of cancer myths do the rounds on the internet, and one that has been rife of late is “Cannabis Cures Cancer!”
This is not the case. Here is a link to an article that presents the facts