Diana Ross and her daughter, Dawn Bradford started Breast Cancer Yoga November 2010. We feel BCY is an inspired calling to share our knowledge to help others get their health back and take control of their lives during their recovery process. BCY is an online educational yoga site specific for breast cancer recovery. Our visitors don’t have to come to us, we come to them via the internet. Offering downloadable products such as e-books, CDs and videos eliminate the need to use paper. We are a family based company that uses a sustainable green work place, select environmental products that support the earth and support good health. BCY speaks from a place of knowing and then from a place showing.
Being socially responsible BCY is committed to give back locally, right down to the individual who needs the direct contact and service. We participate with a variety of breast cancer grass root organizations and advocacy groups during charity campaigns, fund raisers, educational seminars and speciality events. BCY is a strong advocate for the promotion of doing what is healthy on both an environmental level and on a personal level.
Diana Ross is an E-RYT 500 (Experienced Registered Teacher). Her credentials, certifications and experience has made her an expert in her field of study. Combined with the talents of Dawn Bradford’s international marketing education and experience the mother daughter team has taken breast cancer yoga therapy to the mainstream public, setting BCY apart from all other yoga therapies.
Diana Ross E-RYT 500
There are 3 basic elements that are needed in a restorative yoga practice in order to receive the therapeutic benefits for breast health and breast cancer recovery.
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