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Yoga for Pelvic Cancer

6-Week Online Series with Tyla Arnason (she/her)

Yoga During a Pelvic Cancer Diagnosis

Almost 1 in 2 people will receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime.

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Yoga provides a great opportunity for those with cancer. It creates the space to connect mind, body and offer some control again.‌

Join us for a 6-week Yoga Series in which we explore how yoga can support people with a cancer diagnosis, specifically cancer in the pelvic region.‌

This includes cancer diagnoses such as uterine, cervical, testicular, prostate, bladder, endometrial, ovarian, vaginal, colon, anal, and vulvar.‌

We are offering this Yoga series both to patients and to yoga teachers who would like to learn more about supporting clients with a pelvic cancer diagnosis, with Yoga Therapist, Tyla Arnason.

6-Week Yoga Series Details

When:
Wednesdays, Jan 10 – Feb 14 @ 10-11:15 am MST | 12-1:15 pm EST | 5-6:15 pm GMT

Investment by Donation.

Included:
  • 6 x 75-minute Yoga Classes guided by yoga therapist, Tyla Arnason
  • 1-Year unlimited access to recordings of all 6-class series

 

What's Included?

Throughout this series, you’ll learn:

  • How to support yourself (or a yoga student/client) through a cancer diagnosis using yoga
  • The different needs of those who’ve undergone treatment for a variety of pelvic cancers
  • The side effects that may go along with treatments
  • Approaches to support the side effects of treatment
  • Awareness around the TrueNTH Lifestyle Management Program for men with prostate cancer
 
There are many programs out there for some of the more common cancer types, but through this 6-week yoga series, we can try and ensure that those with less common cancer diagnoses also have a place to find appropriate movement, reconnect to their breath, and calm their nervous systems.

About Tyla:

Named a Top Ten Yoga Instructor in Calgary, Tyla Arnason is an accomplished yoga therapist with national achievements and programming that supports those with cancer, care teams, and yoga instructors through her specialized yoga therapy protocols, classes, and trainings.

Tyla is a movement optimist, and her philosophy is that with classes tailored to the individual, yoga can be made accessible to everyone and all students can become more confident movers.

She’s spent the last 15 years working in partnership with the University of Calgary’s Health & Wellness Lab – developing protocols used in programming for the cancer community and the research they supported.

Tyla has taught at Wellspring Calgary and she’s trained teachers to work in the cancer community and volunteered with many cancer-related organizations including; Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta, Alberta Health Services, Sage Centre/Rosedale Hospice, Wellspring, and Yoga Thrive events.