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Raquel’s journey into yoga began in 2005 while living in New York.  As a leader of teams in Oncology Pharmaceuticals, Raquel wanted to be better at interacting, supporting, and developing people and knew that one way to make serious change in her life would be to embrace yoga and all its philosophies. 

After over a decade of personal yoga practice, teaching, and building resiliency, she evolved her career and began an intensive two-year yoga therapy training to interweave her Western Medicine expertise with Therapeutic Yoga to work in Integrative Medicine, as a Yoga Therapist. 

GRACE is Pleased to Partner with Living Yoga Therapy!
Fri, 11/02/2018 - 10:41
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Raquel Jex Forsgren, Yoga Therapist, C-IAYT
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GRACE is excited to bring to you a new series on surviving with cancer


Our friend and partner, Raquel Jex Forsgren is the founder of Living Yoga Therapy based in Chicago, and is a certified oncology yoga therapist and resiliency coach. 

To honor Lung Cancer Awareness month Raquel is providing GRACE with helpful videos targeted specifically for the Lung Cancer community.  These free resources are available through GRACE for those living with lung cancer and for caregivers as well.  

Raquel will offer help with breathing techniques, strength building, boosting the immune system to optimize your treatment, and rebalancing the nervous system just to name a few.  Please watch for more videos as the month progresses! 


 

 

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