Therapeutic Swing Ideas For Healing Garden

Therapeutic Swing Ideas For Healing Garden By: Breast Cancer Yoga Staff.

Backyards even small in size can become your favorite relaxing for breast cancer healing spot if you design it in a creative way. For that take a look at the tips below and get inspired:

How To Make A Rope Swing
With a few supplies found at any hardware store: a pine disc (already cut into a circle), a carabiner, and a long piece of natural rope you can make your own rope swing. With some stain, a drilled hole, and a few tree-climbing knots, the swing can be finished and hanging in your tree in no time. Rope Swing For Healing Garden
A Pallet Porch Swing
Hung it and added some pillows and you have a wonderful place to sit and enjoy the pond, read a book and listen to the birds!
DIY Pallet Swing For Healing Garden
Up-Cycle Old Swing

With this up-cycled swing you will have two new seats that won’t stay wet after it rains. This swing turns out great and gives you another spot to sit in the garden.Up-Cycling Swing Idea For Healing GardenDIY – Old Fashioned Tire Swing
If you have a large tree in your yard and some kids who enjoy swinging, here is a fun and relatively inexpensive project for you. All you need is an old tire which you can probably get for free from the local service station and a few pieces of hardware you can pick up at your local hardware store Tire Swing For Healing Garden
Purchase a papasan chair. They cost a fraction of the price. Buy strong, medium sized rope and hang it! It can be hung outdoors from a tree branch.Cozy Reading Swing For Healing GardenDawn Breast CancerAbout Dawn Bradford Lange:  Co-founder of Breast Cancer Yoga. Dawn is making a difference with Breast Cancer Yoga therapeutic products designed to support you emotionally and physically during breast cancer . We want to give you the attention and personal service you need so please email us at if you have questions.

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  1. Looks delightful – inspiring. Some of my fondest memories – the ones I used as a sort of ‘meditation’ during the cancer journey – were of my (always scythed) lawn in Mahopac, NY with a great swing in front.

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