Cancer Institute A national cancer institute
designated cancer center

Restorative Yoga

Come join us for a flowing sequence of supported yoga postures, breathwork, and meditation designed to help manage side effects of illness and stress. Restorative Yoga is a gentle, relaxing practice that provides an effective way to reduce stress, manage treatment side effects, relieve pain, regain health, and attain peace of mind.  This FREE class is appropriate for all levels and no prior yoga experience is needed - it is open to all cancer patients and caregivers. Wear comfortable clothing. No registration is required, just drop in.

2014 Dates: Mondays
Time: 1:30 pm – 2:45 pm
Location: Samyama Yoga
  2995 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
Led by: Denise Wendler
Questions: Email: cancersupportivecare@stanfordmed.org
  or call 650-725-9456

What patients say:

For the period of time I am there, I feel calm and energetic.  You are surrounded by friendly people.” - M. I.

I would highly recommend Restorative Yoga, and have, to many friends going through cancer.  I tell them it's a wonderful way to find peace in a storm and to be supported, both by the teacher and the place.” - T. M. L.

It gave me confidence to get back into group classes- look forward to coming whenever I can.” - M. O.

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