Mar 16, 2022-- "As an integrative yoga teacher with a background in various yoga modalities, I aim to follow the needs of my students as they arise, not only those needs affected by their internal atmosphere, but also the collective needs. Meeting them where they are. This is a simple story of how this aspect of yoga intensified in my life. I will tell it primarily through the voice of 2 of my students, who tell their stories best. In 2017, after practicing for nearly 20 years and teaching for 12, one of my long-term committed students announced to me she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She absolutely wanted to continue to practice yoga to support her physically, mentally and emotionally during her treatments." Fiona Hayhoe-Weiland shares inspiration from her journey as an oncology yoga teacher. (2908 reads)
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