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Mind, Body, Spirit

Tibetan Meditation for Cancer Patients: Tibetan meditation instructor Alejandro Chaoul, Ph.D., explains how this method of meditation can help cancer patients here and now.
Pilates for Cancer Patients: Pilates instructor Sarah Mifsud explains and demonstrates how beneficial Pilates can be for cancer patients and all who are rehabilitating.
NIA Dance for Cancer Patients: NIA (neuro-muscular integrative action) instructor Carla Warneke defines this exercise form as a blend of martial arts, dance and healing arts. Carla and her students have fun demonstrating NIA can be very energizing for cancer patients.
Music Therapy for Cancer Patients: Music therapist Michael Richardson explains how music can be used as therapy for cancer patients.
Kundalini Yoga for Cancer Patients:Yoga teacher-trainer Sat Siri Sumler describes the practice of Kundalini yoga. Sumler offers classes to patients and caregivers at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Laughter Yoga for Cancer Patients: MD Anderson Cancer Center's Chaplain Stephen Findley gives an explanation of Laughter Yoga and describes why it may beneficial for cancer patients.
Hatha Yoga for Cancer Patients: Hatha yoga instructor Marisse Farnos, Ph.D., describes this form of yoga, which focuses on postures and breathing. Farnos offers classes to patients and caregivers at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Qigong for Cancer Patients: MD Anderson's Qigong instructor Mike Powers describes this traditional Chinese practice, which moves the energy within the body to help reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
Tai Chi for Cancer Patients: Tai Chi is a type of martial arts that combines slow, continuous movements with even, long breaths and meditation. In this video, Zonghao Zhang explains why this practice is ideal for cancer patients. Chinese version
Tibetan Yoga for Cancer Patients: Tibetan yoga instructor M. Alejandro Chaoul, Ph.D., describes the elements of Tibetan yoga and how they can be of value to cancer patients.
Mind Body Practices Good for Cancer Patients: Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., professor and director of MD Anderson's Integrative Medicine Program, describes mind-body practices and how they can help cancer patients.

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