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Originally Posted by DnvrFox View Post
Err . . . Again, the attitude tht somehow not doing Yoga makes one a quitter.

I don't eat hot mexican sauces, either - they hurt my tongue. I guess that also makes me a hot sauce quitter. Is there such a thing as "Yoga snobbism"?
Well, sure. There's snobs about most things. (many forums here as evidence)

I re-read NOS88 post and I think the problem is the cancer treatments are so toxic and powerful that nothing can really mitigate them. My wife was a recovering cancer patient post-treatment when she started Yoga. It was a very gentle way for her to regain that body awareness that chemo can destroy.
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