Diana Ross, a Teacher of Restorative Yoga joins holistic health talk for women radio host Irina Wardas on Wednesday, October 26th at 9:30 am PT / 12:30 pm ET LIVE
Health Talk for Women Radio and Podcast Topic: Conscious Breathing and Restorative Yoga for Healing
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Diana Ross is a seasoned KaliRay TriYoga teacher of 17 years that specializes in restorative yoga flow and breast cancer yoga classes. Diana can be heard on radio talk shows for women, and is featured in many breast cancer survivor blogs. She is a published author of the Healthy and Hopeful Lifestyle E-book series, a recording artist of an instructional CD and DVD series.
Her playful and open manner allows her students to be accepting of where they are both physically, and emotionally. One of her favorite things to teach is “conscious breathing.” It is here she believes that the true journey begins in repairing, restoring or maintaining good health, especially for women in recovery.
Diana has observed that having the working knowledge to control the breath will realistically balance everyday activities and brings a quality of life. When tired or fatigued, which is one of the most prevalent symptoms of cancer treatments, breathing properly can aid in the control and function of the Autonomic Nervous System which is comprised of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system (fight or flight and rest and digest). Balanced energy is needed to perform the most simplest tasks. Deep breathing stimulates an inner calm for the brain which translates out to a relaxed breath. This relaxed breath allows and supports the capacity to perform efficiently. It gives greatly towards combating fatigue, anxiety, stress and fear and on the tasks at hand. Diana believes that maintaining awareness on the breath when needed will support women in recovery on many levels.
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Suggested Women Radio and Podcast Interview Questions:
Is it true that breathing rids the mind and body of anxiety and stress during cancer treatments, and into recovery when most needed?
Will focusing on the breath help promote and maintain sleep?
How does breathing help with fatigue and endurance during and after treatments and well into recovery?
Does breathing and yoga movements together help manage lymphedema associated with breast cancer?
Will strength return back to arms and shoulders after surgery and breast cancer treatments?
Looking forward to your questions (347)-857-4862
Let us breathe, smile and dance at the end of the show together.