"Tree pose is just the pose to teach us how to bring balance back into our life while toning the muscles of the legs. This particular pose is a wonderful challenge, and over time it will build tremendous inner and outer strength. Tree Pose can be lots of fun too." - Diana Ross of Breast Cancer Yoga
Extended Child 2 is an amazing opening yoga pose for the chest, spine and mind. It will immediately release tightness and tension held in the mind and the body. Plus, it will create great inner quiet and calm. Your breath will fully want to expand into the entire back region. It’s one of those yoga poses that simply allow you to let go. - Diana Ross of Breast Cancer Yoga
I was 15 when my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. What did I know about cancer then? Not much. I knew that cancer sucked and I knew that it was serious. I knew it meant bald heads, bad times and big needles full of chemicals that would be injected into my mom and make her sick. What do I know now? Find out in this post dedicated to any teenager with a parent diagnosed with cancer.
For the month of February 2013, Diana Ross of Breast Cancer Yoga has shared TWO of her favorite poses. These two very special poses reach every part of the body. It is a big thigh/hip stretcher that also opens the chest. We want everyone to explore this pose slowly. Go where you can - don’t push. Try it out and let us know how you like it!
Model, beauty queen, television host, fashion stylist, wife, mother - and most recently - blogger, Rita Lamah Hankach is a woman of as many titles as the passions she pursues in life. Earlier this year, Rita donated a record 40 cm of her long locks for our "Make the Cut" hair donation campaign. We took a few minutes with Rita to get a more intimate understanding of that experience and what it meant for her.
Diana Ross of Breast Cancer Yoga introduces us to a new pose this month "Bridge - Supported" - a beginning backbend asana/pose that stretches the legs and hips, massages the spine, and opens the heart center. The systematic practice of this supported pose/asana offers the student an opportunity to explore through rythmical movement of the arms overhead with attention and care to the detail of the lifting and lowering with the breath is superior for healing.. Learn the benefits and how to practice this yoga pose in this post.