Restorative Yoga For Breast Cancer Recovery Book Release & Giveaway

Restorative Yoga For Breast Cancer Recovery Book Release

By: Dawn Bradford-Lange, Co-Founder of Breast Cancer Yoga.

Diana Ross has generously agreed to give away her new book  Restorative Yoga For Breast Cancer Recovery Gentle Flowing Yoga For Breast Health, Breast Cancer Related Fatigue & Lymphedema Management a ($35.95 value) to one lucky reader. This restorative yoga book was created for a therapeutic healing experience while being affordable to allRestorative Yoga For Breast Cancer Recovery is an unique restorative yoga therapy book for you or a loved one who has been recently diagnosed, is in treatment, or in recovery.

Book Includes:
      • 275+ Yoga Poses Images
      • 70+ Easy To Learn Yoga Poses
      • Illustrated Step By Step Instructions
      • Benefits Included For Each Pose
      • Use of Yoga Props Introduced
      • Breath Instructions For Each Pose
      • Valuable Tool For Yoga Teachers
      • Great For Beginners

Book Description:
This is an unique restorative yoga therapy book for breast health, lymphedema management and breast cancer recovery. This book contains a wide variety of supported restorative yoga poses that use different yoga props. The breath is also introduced with each flowing pose so that the mind as well as the muscles “let go” and relax allowing for the healing to begin and then to grow. Yoga poses are done either in a relaxed, reclined, seated, twisting and standing position. Restorative Yoga For Breast Cancer Recovery is a great beginning to build a practice for strength and flexibility, as well as aiding in lymphedema management. This book outlines a variety of easy to learn restorative yoga poses which can emotionally and physically improve the recovery process from breast cancer surgeries, radiation and chemotherapy treatments. It is also invaluable in maintaining breast health, reducing cancer related fatigue (CRF), and managing lymphedema. If you or a loved one has been recently diagnosed, is in treatment or in recovery, this yoga is the perfect place to start. Discover how a consistent practice of Restorative Yoga can provide inner peace and healing for your mind, body and spirit.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

About the Author
Diana loves sharing her knowledge on the empowering benefits of restorative yoga flow. Her credentials as a yoga therapist are: E-RYT 500 (Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher), CYT (Certified Yoga Therapist), and (Certified KaliRay) TriYoga. Her Restorative Yoga Flow teachings are designed and focused for women in recovery, either from breast cancer or from injury and illness. She also loves sharing her excitement for native american plants and their usefulness as complementary herbal medicines. Diana credentials in herbal medicines are: Certificates of Completion in: Therapeutic Botanicals in Medicinal Herbalism, Native American Herbs, Herbalism 5 Phase Theory, Medicine Making in Native American Herbs, and TCM-Traditional Chinese Medicines. The knowledge of Native American plants is expressed on her website, authority blog and to her students.

Book Giveaway Details
Like Diana Ross, E-RYT 500 book? You can have one, too!  Diana has generously agreed to give away a Restorative Yoga For Breast Cancer Recovery: Gentle Flowing Yoga For Breast Health, Breast Cancer Related Fatigue & Lymphedema Management ($35.95 value) to one lucky reader.  All you have to do is leave a comment below and we will notify the winner of our Breast Cancer Authority Bestseller Giveaway.  On Sunday August 3rd we will randomly select a commenter to receive one book, signed by the author.We will announce the winner on the Breast Cancer Authority Blog and on our Breast Cancer Yoga Facebook page.

Diana RossAbout Diana Ross: An expert in the field of yoga, and complementary herbal medicines. She has dedicated the last 30 years studying yoga philosophy and Native American herbs. Her credentials are as an E-RYT 500 (Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher) and CYT (Certified Yoga Therapist).  Diana’s system of yoga is KaliRay TriYoga. She has studied with Yogini Kali Ray “Kaliji” for 18 years is certified from Basics to Level 2. As founder of Breast Cancer Yoga, and as a survivor Diana wants to make a difference and offer hope, health and support.

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  1. This sounds perfect for the classes I am trying to develop. I do gentle/restorative/nidra classes and have been volunteering at a cancer center just to get as much information as posssible to hold a safe and healing space for these students. This books sounds amazing and will help create those classes. Look forward to reading this!


  2. Debbie Hardin says:

    The arm is worrisome but the chest wall…. Yoga is one of the recommendations so I hope I am lucky to win!


  3. I would love to win this book. Am planning on teaching yoga for breast cancer and lymphomia but donot have enough resources to draw from.


  4. I was diagnosed with breast cancer March 26 and had a double mastectomy April 25. I just finished my chemo treatments yesterday (woot woot) and have been recovering through yoga, touching my mat as often as possible. I am a Hatha and vinyasa flow teacher but would like to specialize in helping cancer patients and survivors. I think it is my calling as to why I was gifted this life experience. Your book would be a wonderful gift to share with this speciality group of women and men! Thanks for considering me!


  5. Would love to win this!


  6. nancyspoint says:

    I have been wanting to try yoga because I keep hearing how great it for one’s general well-being post surgery and treatment. I hesitate to sign up for a class for various reasons, so I would love to win this giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity. Count me in!


  7. I love yoga! I would love this book too.


  8. I’d love to !!! I teach restorative yoga and yoga classes for breast cancer in Japan. I really want to spread this great healing yoga, restorative yoga, in Japan.


  9. Stephanie Gould says:

    Hi Diana:
    I have been reading your blog and enjoying it. I am a nine year BRCA2 and bread cancer survivor and yoga teacher. I was trained by Y4C and look forward to including some of your restorative poses in my privates with women recuperating. I recently changed my diet to eliminate dairy, all meat and gluten.
    You are an inspiration. Thank you for what you are doing!
    Your bosom buddy,


    • Stephanie,
      Thanks for all you kind and supportive words. Love it. Believe it or not we will be doing flash cards too. This way teachers or students can have something to create their own class and have everything right there as to going through a book and ear marking. That is what inspired me. But the book is amazing. Three years to get it “just right.”


  10. Tammy Carrington ND CNHP says:

    As a breast cancer survivor, I hold exercise dear to my heart in my tool box for cancer or recurrence! Love getting your emails and this looks like it is an awesome book! Keep up the good work with your teaching!!


  11. Kim Ruthrauff says:

    Fighting my way back with water therapy and would love to start yoga. 21 surgeries in 3 1/2 years. Now battling lymphedema in my chest and arm.


  12. Vicki Strom says:

    Hello Diana,
    Being a Yoga therapist and a Cancer survivor I would absolutely love and cherish such a wonderful book. i have been following your blog and using the poses I have seen in my classes and would love to learn more. If you ever decide to put a training on, please, let me know. Meanwhile I would put your book to good use while waiting. xoxo Vicki


  13. This book looks amazing!! I discovered yoga after all my treatment was just completed and I cannot say how much it has helped me!! I only wish I had started sooner!!


  14. Louise Raithel says:

    I hope to offer hope, health and support to the Dutch breast cancer survivals as a yogateacher.


  15. Lauren O'Connell says:

    I’ve wanted to try yoga – this book would be a great way to start.


  16. Thanks for the opportunity to win this book. No worries, if I don’t win, I am ordering it–do any proceeds go to Breast Cancer Research>?


  17. I would love to win this book as restorative yoga has been so helpful in my recovery from breast cancer.


  18. Chris McKay says:

    Restorative yoga is my refuge from the on-going work of recovery from breast cancer. I would love to win this book as I am also a RYT-200 and hope to start offering classes in my workplace.


  19. Lynn Timberman says:

    I would love to win this book to help in my recovery!


  20. Teresa DelCid says:

    Thank you for this opportunity to have this excellent book,I had a double mastectomy in February and had Lymth Nodes removed and really need yoga for relaxation and to control the discomfort in my arms. Thank you


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