Meditation and exercise are key to recovery and long term health in breast cancer.
Mindfull Meditation reduces stress for breast cancer.
The New England Journal Of Medicine published an article illustrating that weight lifting is helpful in reducing Lymphadema

You Can Thrive! provides strength training instruction and fitness classes for breast cancer survivors in New York City. Check back soon for times and location information!

ExerThrive!™ 1 hour of exercise followed by 1/2 of seated Meditation every Sunday

*Research shows that physical activity can protect against breast cancer. Support Breast Cancer Dancing You Can Thrive! provides breast cancer and healthy lifstyle support through things like Yoga Tai Chi, Meditation, Qi Gong, IntenSati! and general exercise support from experts each Sunday in New York City. All levels are welcome and no experience is necessary. Everyone diagnosed needs exercise and meditation support for incorporation movement and healthier lifestyles

*Just 3 hours of physical exercise each week can cut the risk of breast cancer recurrence by up to 50%

ExerThrive!™
ON HOLD UNTIL SPACE IS FOUND

In the meantime we have a lovely partnership with y4bc.com

To offer and share their FREE Community Class:

Register for a class on Wednesdays

  • When everyTuesday at 4:15pm starting July 23rd
  • Where -Virayoga, 580 Broadway, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10012
  • Who – a community class is open to all cancer survivors and patients.

Advanced registration for the class is required. The class will be capped at 15 people so early registration is recommended.
To register, please see below:

  • Existing students – Please click here. (Your registration process will be identical to other classes; you simply will not need to apply any payment.)
  • New students – Please see here to register.

Open to anyone diagnosed with breast cancer and clients of You Can Thrive!

An increasing body of research literature has shown that psychological states have clear impact on recovery and quality of life in women with breast cancer. Psychosocial variables such as emotional expression, coping styles, and factors related to social support appear to have the most promise for improving quality of life and increasing the probability of prolonged survival. We believe that this physical meditative practice coupled with guided and silent meditation is beneficial for survivors.

If you wish get involved, or to get more information please Contact Us