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Breast Cancer Yoga Project


Becky Morrissey, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, eRYT500, C-IAYT provides low-cost individual sessions and small group recovery yoga classes, applying yoga approaches specific to breast cancer recovery in all aspects of wellbeing. Creating a home practice with a resourceful community for supportive growth and education (a sangha (song-gah) is the goal and vision of this offering for each breast cancer survivor/yoga practitioner. 

Your recovery is unique to you, and a yoga practice which supports your specific healing is one of the best practices and gifts for self-directed recovery enrichment. An individual session can help you co-create with your wise healing body and mind for your dimensional, individual recovery. 


Becky can help you tap into this wisdom and design a yoga sequence of movements and breath practices to nourish your specific needs in a 30-45 minute session, even with no previous yoga experience. 


To find out more, email her: 

Becky Morrissey, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, eRYT500, C-IAYT


Initial Breast Cancer Individual Session: $10-15 (30-45 min)

Subsequent Enrichment Individual Sessions (45 mins): $15


HSA payments are accepted! For questions, email Becky using the link above. Welcome! 

Coming home to ourselves is the best healing. 


Yoga can lower fatigue, inflammation in

Breast Cancer Survivors

Practicing yoga for as little as three months can reduce fatigue and lower inflammation in breast cancer survivors, according to new research from The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital & Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James). The more the women in the study practiced yoga, the better their results.


Link to the Journal of Clinical Oncology's publication: 


Yoga's Impact on Inflammation, Mood, and Fatigue in Breast Cancer Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser, Jeanette M. Bennett, Rebecca Andridge, Juan Peng, Charles L. Shapiro, William B. Malarkey, Charles F. Emery, Rachel Layman, Ewa E. Mrozek, and Ronald Glaser. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2014 32:10, 1040-1049 

Guiding Resources

As a mental health clinician, yoga therapist, and educational researcher, Becky is dedicated to providing reliable, patient-based, yoga resources for recovering women.


Website, an enriching source of information regarding yoga and recovery: 

YogaU Online: 

Appropriate Yoga Practices (generalized)

Here are current research articles guiding Becky's current work: 

A Self-Directed Home Yoga Program for Women with Breast Cancer during chemotherapy: A Feasibility Study

Yoga & Cancer Interventions: A Review of Clinical Significance 

Great reading for recovery, healing, and growth: 

Hidden Blessings: Crisis as Spiritual Awakening by Jett Psaris, Ph.D. 

*secular, open-hearted perspective

Yoga & Breast Cancer: A Journey to Health

& Healing by Ingrid Kollack, Ph.D., RN and

Isabell Utz-Billing, MD

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