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Archive: 10 2014

Yoga Support for Cancer: Riding the Waves

Sonia Clarke is the first yoga teacher in Canada to receive a certificate in Yoga of Awareness for Cancer at Duke Integrated Medicine. In this guest post, Sonia shares how cancer, and yoga, have touched her life and how both inspire her to help those living with cancer find well-being through yoga. Read More


My TOP cancer-coping tip

Hello You   So, there is this excellent series taking place over at Wendy Nielson's blog and she's actually featured my thoughts in a post. Because this series is so darn good, and becuase I actually think my "Survivor Tip" is one to carry in your heart at all times, I'm so pleased to share it here via a… Read More

riding shotgun

Late, but in earnest

Didn't get around to posting my annual Thanksgiving thanks before the event but as the Kerr motto reads, Late but in earnest, here it is. Read More

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Visualize your win

Whether it is as simple as visualizing a hot shower when your pain is searing across your chest after surgery or pushing yourself down a black diamond snow run, we visualize our win. Seeing yourself to the finish line is the imaginary line to your goal. It is said that Olympians have visualized the finish line countless times before the podium. Let's explore the mind that helps us get there. Read More

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My BRA Day Story

“To meet people who were in the same situation and receive so much support, love and information ... it was amazing!” said Andrea Magalhaes of the very first BRA Day in 2011. Andrea is one of many women across the country that BRA Day has touched, and with BRA Day 2014 just around the corner, we felt Andrea was an excellent person to ask to share her experience. Read More

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