Yoga Retreat in India – Cancer Treatment

  • January 16, 2013 3:31 pm

A graduate from East to West Yoga has been studying in India and has organized a Cancer Treatment retreat if you or anyone you know may be interested. Here is her story:

My name is Lee and I am cancer survivor of now 6 years. My allopathic therapy lasted 2 years and it took me another 4 years to regain a spring in my step and a smile on my face. In my cancer journey I used yoga ways to help my body to recover and to manage my mind so that it didn’t go into despair or depression. I believe allopathic system drops us at the end of chemo and/or radiation very often debilitated by the poison we had to endure and it offers no further support.

And so currently I was lucky to work with some amazing people in allopathic, Ayurvedic and Yogic science in Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute in India. We designed a 3 week residential program in India which is specifically geared to cancer survivors who would like to detoxify and cleanse their body and minds after finishing chemotherapy or radiation. I attached an information about it – if you think appropriate please feel free to distribute it to those who may benefit form it.

If you have any questions I will be happy to answer them.

With best wishes for 2013 to all cancer conquerors (I don’t like the word “survivor” cuz in my mind we win the battle 🙂

Lee Majewski
Email: litka24@gmail.com
Cel. +91 897 592 6446
http://www.lamaconsulting.com/
www.mentalhealthyoga.com/blog
www.kdham.com/cancer
www.kdham.com/cancer

YOGAWOMAN

  • January 16, 2013 3:25 pm

Although a lineage of male teachers brought yoga to the west, the trailer shows a generation of women leading the way to inner peace. The movie is called YOGAWOMAN and I found the movie trailer online the other day.

A regular yoga practice makes it evident that all you need comes from within. Yoga removes us from the external world of constant and invasive media messages and takes us inward where we can cultivate happiness, stability and wholeness.  Yoga saved my life long ago and I’m heartened by a movie that shows the positive impact yoga has made on women’s lives all over the world.