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Portland Metro Yoga Message Board › Stretch 4 Survivors – 24-Hour Yoga Event!

Stretch 4 Survivors – 24-Hour Yoga Event! Noon Saturday, 28 January to 29 January, 2012

Steve D.
user 12497509
Group Organizer
Portland, OR
Post #: 18
Stretch 4 Survivors – 24-Hour Yoga Event
Noon Saturday, January 28, 2012 -
Noon Sunday, January 29, 2012
Hawthorn Farms Athletic Club
4800 NE Belknap Court
Hillsboro, OR 97124

I would post the whole schedule but there is not enough space. Please support this event and organization!

Seva

For full details see their website!
http://sisters4surviv...­

Here is the class I am teaching, at 1am Sunday.

1 am – Raja Yoga with Steve Davis, RYT, LMT, NCTMB

Raja Yoga is the Classic Yoga of Patanjali, the 8 – Limbed Royal Path of Yoga.

We will explore the mysteries of the deep night with high awareness, including the Yoga of Sound (Nada Yoga), to open into Pure Love (Prema), the Present Moment, and awareness of all the Chakras, including the Throat Chakra (Vishuddha), Heart Chakra (Anahata), the Sixth Chakra (Ajna), and the Crown Chakra (Sahasrara).

Kaivalya, (Absolute Freedom) is the highest goal of Yoga. Enlightenment, including Knowledge, Healing, and Power (Siddhi) flows from Pure Love (Prema).

Steve has been performing and teaching yoga for 30+ years. Explore his website at http://www.healinglig...­

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About Sisters 4 Survivors, from their website: http://sisters4surviv...­

who we are

Sisters 4 Survivors is a nonprofit organization based in Portland, Oregon. Our group was created to help and inspire those facing the challenges of breast cancer.

Our mission is to better the lives of those facing breast cancer in our local community, to help women with breast cancer feel better about themselves throughout their journey, and to empower women from diagnosis and beyond by serving as a resource for knowledge and services that support healing and confidence.

We empower women by providing unique support, image and alternative health services that support their journey of healing and provide knowledge to improve their overall health.

A breast cancer diagnosis is life-changing, but services like having a “sister” advocate, peer-to-peer support, acupuncture, massage, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, counseling, physical training, makeovers, head-shaving parties and more can be powerful complements to recovery and ongoing wellness. Our services help women look and feel more like their fabulous, beautiful, unstoppable selves.

Women need more than just surgery, chemotherapy and radiation to heal and survive…they need solutions to these challenges to heal all aspects of themselves that are affected with a diagnosis of breast cancer!

Our goal is to assist with the “everything else” in the process of healing to better their journey and quality of life!

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why

Breast cancer touches the lives of almost every person in some form or another.

1 out of 8 women today get breast cancer.

Oregon is ranked 8th in the nation for breast cancer incidence. In 2009, Oregon had the 2nd highest incidence of breast cancer in the US.

Approximately 2775 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in Oregon in 2010.

Each week in Oregon 53 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 10 will die from the disease.

Early detection is the key to surviving breast cancer. When breast cancer is diagnosed at its earliest stages, the five-year survival rate is over 98%. With metastatic breast cancer, the survival rate is 23%.

85% of all women diagnosed with breast cancer DO NOT have a family history.

Breast cancer is the leading cancer among American women and second only to lung cancer in cancer deaths.

More than two million women currently living in the U.S. have been diagnosed and treated for breast cancer.

More and more women are getting breast cancer at an earlier age. The rate of women getting cancer under the age 45 has risen substantially over the last 30 years.

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see this link to read full page: http://sisters4surviv...­

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Namaste,
Steve
Steve D.
user 12497509
Group Organizer
Portland, OR
Post #: 32
Stretch 4 Survivors- 24-Hour Yoga Event ….because breast cancer never sleeps
Noon Sat, Jan 28 - Noon Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Hawthorn Farm Athletic Club
4800 NE Belknap Court
Hillsboro, OR 97124

Saturday January 28th
Noon – Sweat Your Heart Out Vinyasa by Tiffany Cruikshank from Yoga Pearl
1 pm – Gentle Yoga class by Dina Lang from Santosha Yoga
2 pm – Yoga Fusion class by Tiffany Barrett from Hawthorn Farms Athletic Club
3 pm – Hatha class by Molly Spangler from Heartsong Yoga
4 pm – Yoga-Pilates Progression by Monika Gold from 24 Fitness, Yoga Pearl, and Poise Studio
5 pm – Vinyasa Class by Brenda Ku from Yoga Pearl
6 pm – Vinyasa class for beginners by Dana Damara from The Yoga Treehouse & Yoga Pearl
7 pm – Imagination Yoga class by Jamie Hopkins from Yoga Vibe and Imagination Yoga
8 pm – Power Vinyasa by Iris Mason from Hawthorn Farms and I-Physique Gym
9 pm – Yoga Tune-up by Nina Pitzel from Santosha Yoga
10 pm – Guided Meditation by Robin Chen from Work Balance Yoga and Santosha Yoga
11 pm – Power Vinyasa by Tara Atkinson from Santosha Yoga

Sunday January 29th
12 am - Gentle Yoga by Gaye Reed from Santosha Yoga and Sunset Athletic Club
1 am – Raja Yoga with Steve Davis, RYT, LMT, NCTMB
2 am – Hatha Flow by Allison Milionis from Intel Hawthorne Campus & Believe Mvmt Studio
3 am – Hatha yoga by Sarasvati Parinama from Epidavros Wellness
4 am – Gentle Hatha, Breath and Meditation by Maureen from Portland Therapeutic Yoga
5 am – Mat Pilates by Jen Smirl from Riverplace Athletic Club
6 am – Power Vinyasa Class by Nattika Detskultorn from CorePower Yoga & Root Whole Body
7 am – Chi Qoung by Jamie Homayoun Oregon Athletic Club and Santosha
8 am – Tai Chi (shibashi qugong) Class by Diane Harris from Santosha Yoga
9 am – Vinyasa class by Jill Allen from CorePower Yoga, Root Whole Body & Hot Yoga for Life
10 am – Chair Yoga Class by Christen Allsop from Cannon Beach Yoga Arts
11 am – Power Vinyasa Soul Shakin Yoga class by Alex Cole from YoYo Yogi

$30 per participant or $600 per team (12 – 24). Register here.
For more information, contact Tonya at info@sisters4survivors.org or 503.828.5583.

Stretch 4 Survivors PDF Flyer – Download

Click here to download a description of each class and instructor biography.
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