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Monday, April 2, 2012

Yoga for Hope

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Yoga Event

Saturday, May 19, 2012
Location:
Santa Monica Place
395 Santa Monica Place
Santa Monica, CA 90401 

Adult: $40
College Student: $30
Yoga Instructor: $30

Online registration closes at midnight on Thursday, May. 17, 2012. Day of event registration is $50, so be sure to register early! *Registration Fees are not tax-deductible. A portion of the funds raised support the Sheri & Les Biller Patient and Family Resource Center's Supportive Care Program and will also be earmarked for the early detection, prevention and cure of cancer, HIV/AIDS and diabetes. www.yogaforhope.org/la

Yoga for Hope is a nationwide initiative born out of City of Hope's awareness of the vital role complementary and integrative therapies play in healing the whole person. At City of Hope, patients are offered gentle, restorative yoga classes for relaxation and well-being, in addition to traditional treatments. This program has had a profound impact on symptom management and quality of life for many cancer patients. As quoted by one City of Hope patient, "After chemotherapy, I had a lot of stiffness. Doing this yoga class has given me more mobility. I feel more relaxed and better able to handle stress." Grab your yoga mat and register today!

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