Events from our partners and other groups
Prostate Cancer Prevention and Treatment: An Integrative Approach
In this webinar, Dr. Donald Abrams will review the benefits of an integrative approach to preventing and treating prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common malignant diagnosis in men, and lifestyle behaviors seem to impact its development. In addition, once a diagnosis of prostate cancer has been made, lifestyle choices may alter outcomes.
This often indolent disease, with its long overall survival, provides a unique opportunity for men to explore diet and other behavioral interventions. Typical treatments, such as surgery, radiation, and hormone therapy, can all produce physical and psychological side effects that may be helped by complementary therapies.
The webinar is scheduled for 4:00pm PDT / 7:00pm EDT via Zoom.
Introduction to Radical Remission Workshops
Join the Health Navigators to learn more about the life-changing work of Radical Remission/Radical Hope. You will also find a community of like-minded thrivers looking to do all they can to overcome a diagnosis.
This introductory session will give you a true sense of the full Radical Remission workshop. Experience a sample of the healing factors in this free 60-minute information session. You will hear about the history of Radical Remission, the background on the 10 Healing Factors derived from the research.
This event will meet for an hour starting at 4:30pm PDT / 7:30pm EDT via Zoom.
19th Annual Pink Ribbon Yoga Retreat
The Pink Ribbon Yoga Retreat began in 2005 through the support of the Duke Cancer Patient Support Program in Durham, North Carolina. It is scheduled for August 18–20, 2023.
The retreat is designed for women breast cancer survivors who are striving for optimal health. It combines yoga, information on health-related topics, healing modalities, new friendships, and fun to help return to life refreshed and equipped with new tools to heal the body and spirit.
This retreat is historically offered through the generosity of donors, allowing for a low cost for participation as well as providing scholarships for those facing financial burdens.
Yoga Therapy in Cancer & Chronic Illness (YCat) Level 1 Training
YCat Level One is an intensive ten-day program that provides 90 Yoga Alliance hours and includes some pre-program preparation and reading assignments. The program provides medical and scientific rationales for each aspect of the curriculum, along with Swami Satchidanada’s interpretation of the Yoga Sutras as they apply to dealing with pain and suffering, illness and disease, life and death, and daily challenges. The entire program of 300-hours is included as part of the Integral Yoga Advanced Certification Program.
Trainings will take place virtually from January 12 through March 2, 2024.