Case study: Life after breast cancer

Recovering from breast cancer isn't just about surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy - it's also important to maintain your movement, especially around the shoulder, so that you can get back to a fairly normal life.  Meet our lovely patient Jill, who's managing just that.

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Stress hormones and how they work

This week, we explore the science behind the hormones of acute and chronic stress - adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol.  How do they work, when do they help us - and when do they become a problem?  

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Yoga for Stressed People

Get back on track with our new online programme, Yoga for Stressed People!  Learn why and how we get stressed, the consequences of stress taking over your life, and strategies for controlling it - including an easy yoga sequence and mood tracker. Plus a 75% discount when you use the code EARLYBIRD.

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Yoga for Cynics

Despite its surge in popularity, what yoga actually is, is relatively unknown.  Is it just for hippies and bored housewives?  Or, asks Iris, is there really a style of yoga for everyone?

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Yoga and mindfulness for breast cancer

As interest in more holistic approaches to healing is growing, yoga therapy for cancer patients and cancer survivors is emerging as one of the more successful methods for combating the physical discomfort of cancer and cancer treatment.  This week, Iris explains why...

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Yoga for back pain

Whether you're in need of prevention or healing, low back pain is the commonest reason people take up yoga for healing.  So why could that end up doing you more harm than good? Victory's fab yoga therapist Iris explains...

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