Being the Cancer Patient is Easy.

Via on Jun 27, 2012
The day after my double mastectomy

This video is dedicated to my hubby, kids, family, friends, and the people who have to watch a loved one suffer…

I know it sucks!!!

Editor: Lynn Hasselberger

Like elephant health & wellness and elephant love on facebook.

About Yulady Saluti

Yulady Saluti never stops moving. She is a Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor who has appeared in DVDs with Tara Stiles and Deepak Chopra. She has rocked her yoga on television with Sadie Nardini, teaches at four different yoga studios, and is doing all this while taking care of six kids and a devoted husband. After battling and overcoming a serious colon rectal medical condition, which required she live with a colostomy for four years, Yulady dove head first into a new, healthy life filled with yoga and studies in Ayurveda. It was only three years into her practice (and during her 20th surgery related to her former illness) that her doctors discovered that she had Stage 2 breast cancer at the age of thirty-two. Yulady is documenting her journey as a mommy-yogi-with-cancer on her Youtube channel: YouTube.com/YuladySaluti. She plans to return to a full teaching schedule after treatment in New Jersey at Powerflow Yoga, Onyx Mind Body, Poe Yoga, and Inferno Hot Yoga. You can also follow her always uplifting tweets @yogalody.

1,063 views

Appreciate this article? Support indie media!

(We use super-secure PayPal - but don't worry - you don't need an account with PayPal.)

6 Responses to “Being the Cancer Patient is Easy.”

  1. You are AMAZING, Yulady! I'm sure you hear that every moment of every day, but wow. I hope to have a fraction of your courage if faced with a situation like yours (much less every day life).

  2. Mamaste says:

    I love, love, love the red hair!….How about purple next?????
    xoxoxo
    ~Mamaste

  3. [...] here: Being the Cancer Patient is Easy. | elephant journal This entry was posted in Cancer and tagged 20th, and-during, doctors, former, her-former, [...]

  4. [...] a family to really pull together. I remember saying that we really had to keep the house clean and go out of our way to make things easier for you. I tried to be there as much as possible for them, but as I wasn’t present for myself in the way I [...]

Leave a Reply