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Yoga session – Alternate Breathing Exercise Sequence

Fighting against breast cancer is a tiresome experience. Physical activity like yoga can help remedy the fatigue. Alternate breath control is a yoga practice with which a few minutes per day can help lower your blood pressure...

Yoga session – Sequence of Seated Postures

This meditation exercise will help you enhance your flexibility and concentration, and therefore reduce your stress and anxiety. Follow this tutorial video to relax your muscles...

Yoga session – Meditation

This meditation exercise will help you enhance your flexibility and concentration, and therefore reduce your stress and anxiety. Follow this tutorial video to relax your muscles...

Yoga session – Reclined Sequence of pure relaxation

Enduring breast cancer treatment might cause fatigue, stress and anxiety... Yoga can have a positive impact in terms of reducing stress while increasing serenity...

Yoga session – Postural lying session

When feeling tired or a bit gloomy, yoga can help you restore a positive mindset in a stoic body. Watch and follow this tutorial video to revitalize yourself...

What is the social impact of engaging in physical activity?

Insecure, alone, betrayed by their bodies. Women with breast cancer go through a whirlwind of feelings. It turns out that there's nothing like exercise to restore self-confidence...

Patients can now get prescribed to exercise!

In this video, learn about the paradigm shift in how doctors view exercise for breast cancer patients. You are not only free to exercise but...

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How does physical activity exert its preventive effect on cancer?

Women with breast cancer can benefit from exercising for many reasons. But what's actually happening in your body to make this happen? Watch this video as Dr. Bouillet explains.

What evidence do we have in support of exercise and cancer prevention, or prevention of recurrence?

Watch and learn as Dr. Bouillet explains how exercising regularly can reduce the risk of relapse for women with breast cancer and by how much! This is also the case for colorectal and prostrate cancer.

Does age affect the type of exercise recommended?

It’s not so much about age but the obstacle of the fear moving that can get in the way of exercising. As Dr. Bouillet explains, no matter what the age, you can exercise!

How often is exercise recommended for a woman with breast cancer?

You may have probably already heard somewhere that exercise is important for breast cancer patients. In this video, Dr. Bouillet discusses the need for a high-intensity programme...

How to practice physical activities when you have been treated for breast cancer?

Dr. Bouillet here explains which types of exercise are to be avoided and the answer is simpler than you would think. One key element is to be closely monitored by a coach...

Is sport compatible with cancer-related fatigue?

Cancer leads to many side effects including fatigue. Studies have shown that exercise can have a positive impact in terms of reducing fatigue, and thus can make you feel happier...

What are the benefits of sport for a person who has cancer?

Cancer is a tiresome experience! Physical activity can help not only remedy the fatigue induced by cancer but it can also help reduce the risk of contracting another disease...

Value your body

Several lines of research have indicated that exercise is critical in the recovery process for breast cancer patients.1 Experts agree that exercise is safe both during and after treatment...

Living with Breast Cancer