Seeking Comfort in a Yoga Practice
During Treatments and Beyond
I have worked with many individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer. Breast cancer, prostate and colo-rectal cancers, as well as brain tumors. And Alzheimer's disease, ALS and Parkinson's. COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), CHF (congestive heart failure) and other cardiopulmonary conditions.
And I wish to be of service to you, or your loved one, if this is your story.
There have been people whose diagnosis was revealed during a time when taking classes with me. Others have come following a diagnosis, to help sort through their feelings and questions, the fears, the uncertainty; but mostly, to begin to develop a relationship with what I shall call The Unknown and Unknowable.
Yoga is a companion in and of itself:
During treatment, yoga is a comfort and refuge.
Following treatment, more of the same.
Please use the contact form and I shall respond as soon as I receive it:
If you live close to suburban Maryland, we can work together
whenever I am there ~ although most of my time ison the Shore.
And while I am not a fan of going away from home
to discover the richness of our lives, I do offer retreats in Belle Haven.
I am here for you.