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Exclusive Event: Serenity Sunday yoga session

Join us for a complimentary, virtual yoga session with Shay Moraga!

Outcomes4Me is excited to present an  exclusive virtual event: Serenity Sunday, a 90-minute virtual yoga session hosted by Shay Moraga, a breast cancer survivor and the owner of the mobile yoga class company Namaste with Shay

Who is Shay Moraga?

Shay Moraga is a certified mobile yoga instructor, entrepreneur, community leader, and most recently a yoga for cancer coach, mentor, and cancer thriver. Her world changed drastically on February 11, 2016, when she was diagnosed with the very rare and aggressive form of Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Throughout her treatment Shay used mind and body connection methods in conjunction with conventional medicine to help her during her year long battle of chemotherapy, surgeries, and radiation treatment.

Namaste with Shay is a virtual and mobile yoga studio that is customized to the needs of her students. Her yoga focuses on power, gentle, slow flow, chair yoga, and most dear to her heart her Yoga for Cancer classes. All the funds of Shay’s classes benefit cancer survivors through the non-profit Shay’s Warriors that focuses on life after cancer.

Join us for Serenity Sunday

This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re highlighting the fact that It’s OK, Not to be OK. A breast cancer diagnosis takes a toll physically, mentally, and emotionally. We hope that this Serenity Sunday yoga session will bring you a moment of peace during this challenging time and help foster a mind-body-soul connection that is so important for healing.

To register for this complimentary event, visit your Outcomes4Me app home page and scroll down until you see “Serenity Sunday.”

Embrace the opportunity to heal, connect, and be inspired by Shay’s remarkable spirit.

Yoga, mindfulness, and healing during breast cancer

Research clearly shows the various benefits of exercise for cancer patients and survivors. According to the National Cancer Institute, regular exercise reduces fatigue, improves mood, and can even enhance overall survival rates for certain cancers. Stress reduction techniques, like those found in yoga, have been linked to better immune function and improved overall health for cancer survivors.

Read about how stage 2 breast cancer survivor Suzanne Garner discovered yoga  following her diagnosis and how it helped her throughout her breast cancer and survivorship experience.