25 Oct 2019
“Cancer” has, for a long time, been a taboo word. Slowly, however, we are seeing a shift in attitude; people are much more open to discussing cancer, but we still have a long way to go. Every October, a worldwide annual campaign takes place to highlight the importance of breast health awareness, education, and research. However, as Halloween creeps up around the corner, and the clock hands jump their way forward, signaling to our month's end, it doesn't mean that millions of people worldwide are facing the end of their journey with cancer. It's important to continue the conversation, awareness, and Share Knowledge in any way we can. While yoga may not be the CURE for cancer, it can certainly help balance body, mind, and spirit from an embodied perspective, to help people feel and function better during and after their treatment. Read on to find insight around yoga as an approach to managing the symptoms of cancer from Jude Murray - senior yoga teacher and complementary therapist, and course director – Healing Space Yoga for People Living with Cancer.