Yoga can increase physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being during the cancer experience.

Yoga helps us provide integrated, “whole person” approaches to recovery and healing. Yoga is meant to complement, not replace, traditional medical and psychological treatment. The goal is to empower cancer patients to deal with stress, anxiety, and depression that are common during the cancer experience. Yoga develops greater inner calm and can strengthen the immune system, enabling patients to fight their disease from a platform of greater health and well-being. Yoga can help cancer patients tap into the inner, spiritual dimension of life challenges.

Classes are taught by a certified yoga teacher/Certified Yoganurse®

Each class involves breathing exercises, gentle movement, and relaxation

Benefits of Yoga

  • Alleviate fatigue
  • Improve quality of life
  • Immune system
  • Acceptance
  • Enhanced respiration
  • Improved appetite and bowel habits
  • Increased sense of peace and tranquility
  • Fewer cancer- and treatment-related symptoms
  • Improved sleep quality, mood, and cancer-related distress

Contact Us

For more information about Memorial Hermann Cancer Centers, including how to get connected to our support services or an affiliated provider, please call (833) 770-7771 or fill out the form below to be connected to one of our Oncology Nurse Navigators.

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