Andiappan Yoga Community partners with Anahata Yoga to share yoga therapy with women recovering from breast cancer.
“I wanted to explore if yoga practice can help to alleviate the physical symptoms experienced by cancer patients. Stress is one of the most common complaints by many cancer patients. Yoga practice helped these patients to build self-confidence in managing the physical symptoms and thereby improve their overall well-being.” — Andiappan Yoga Community Volunteer Teacher Wendy Lam
When: Every Monday - 9.15 - 10.15 am
Where: Anahata Yoga, Room 01, 19/F, One Lyndhurst Tower, No. 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
Requirements: Minimum Yoga Therapy 200 YTT Certificate, female teachers preferred, three-month commitment
時間: 逢星期一早上 9.15 - 10.15 am
條件: 完成 200 小時瑜伽導師訓練課程 , 女性教師優先, 三個月承諾
If you are a registered AYC volunteer you are eligible to assist/ teach in this program, please follow these steps:
Notes: This free yoga therapy class is open to all those are Breast Cancer Survivors. 注意：此免費的瑜伽療法課程向所有乳癌康復者開放。
If you are interested to attend the class as a student of this class, please follow the steps below to complete your registration.
Read more about Andiappan Yoga Community programs for women recovering from breast cancer here.
在此處閱讀更多有關Andiappan Yoga Community的信息，該計劃適用於從乳腺癌中康復的女性。
Originally from Hong Kong & was living in San Francisco as her second home town where she had her first yoga class. Hazel immediately fell in loved with the practice and started taking yoga classes on a regular basis after her return to Hong Kong. She found it was tough to be back after being away from home for a long time and very stressful, also got frustrated adapting to the local working culture & lifestyle again. Going to yoga classes seemed to be her only way out in the beginning and later on she started longing for deeper knowledge in yoga which is actually more than only moving the physical body into postures as the most commonly known nowadays. Under the guidance of different traditional yoga masters from India, with Master Yogananth Andiappan as the main master, she obtained her 200hours Yoga Teacher Certificate in 2013 and completed her 300 hours Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 in Hong Kong along with the Intensive Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Chennai, India. Hazel is now a Yoga Alliance registered RYT 500 teacher and recently has completed a Master’s Degree in Yoga & Naturopathy from Tamil Nadu Physical Education & Sports University. As words are not enough to describe how yoga helps her both physically and mentally, she believes by becoming a yoga teacher would be the best way to share her passion, experience and benefits of yoga to the othersSee full bio.