Oncology Yoga

Yoga support during cancer


“Yoga can teach you to strengthen the immune system as well as soften the worst effects of illness and treatments…Yoga also helps us stabilise and relax the body while enhancing concentration, memory, balance, mental activity, and tranquility…I think of yoga as a prescription for reclaiming life and as a wellness plan for moving on to long-term health.”

Tari Prinster (Yoga for cancer)
Fiona Hayhoe-Weiland Yoga Bonn

Course Dates

This 6-week Yoga Program at the Forum Wolfgarten is specifically designed to support a small group of women while going through their cancer treatment.
This course takes place in-person, as it is a doctors approved course taking place during therapy.
Course Dates 2021: 13th April - 18th May 2021 (6 weeks)

Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

If you have another form of cancer and wish to practice yoga with me, or join an online yoga class, please contact me for which class is suitable for you.


“In the yoga practice I was able to be at peace with my body, accepting my body, and accepting my mind. I was 100% present. This was the most powerful quality of the practice. Even when I didn’t feel well, I went to yoga, knowing I would feel well afterwards.”

AR (Yoga for cancer)


Zertifizierter Trainer

“Wissen. Verstehen. Bewegen"

Weekly Classes

I am offering weekly classes for women with breast cancer.
To book a class please contact Forum Wolfgarten.
For questions, please feel free to contact me.

Support during Cancer

A broad-based platform to support you and your family during cancer treatment.

Other useful Links

Support our NGO "Lucky beans e.V."


Seva project

In Yoga, SEVA (Say-va) is a Sanskrit word for service - how can we serve others and give back to society. Through my yoga practice and teaching, I aim to give back to my childhood community in a small and meaningful way. Since I grew up in South Africa, this is where my heart lies in an attempt to empower young children in the Lidgetton community where it is often challenging to have hope and see the light. Our small Angel Ruth’s Soup Kitchen is a space where the children can go for a warm meal, as well as to a space where they know they are safe and cared for, can play freely and learn.

I offer a percentage of my teaching earnings back into this community, knowing that is is well used and goes directly to the source. To support the growing needs in the Lidgetton community, we set-up Lucky Beans e.V. in Germany in 2015. Through our charity status we are able to offer the possibility of EU citizens receiving a tax reclamation from any donation you may wish to make.

More details @ www.luckybeans.eu

Fiona Hayhoe-Weiland

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