Judy Molinaro E-RYT 200

Yoga and Fitness for Cancer

Integrative Health

As a yoga and fitness for cancer practitioner, Judy works with medical leaders in patient-centered cancer care. She helps people affected by the cancer experience improve functional skills and quality of life.

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Corporate Wellness

Improving functional skills and quality of life, Judy provides evidence-based integrative healthcare programs to cancer patients, cancer survivors and employees suffering common social ills.

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Coaching

As a yoga and fitness for cancer practitioner, Judy supports people who find themselves on the cancer spectrum. She helps them achieve their wellness goals by creating programs based on their individual needs.

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Fundraising

Judy feels strongly about giving back to the community. She teams up with event coordinators of non-profit agencies to help raise awareness and rally civic minded people around causes of social good.

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"Judy models gracious consideration and compassion, qualities of the highest essence of yoga. With kindness and discipline, she teaches the benefits of yoga to our diverse group. Judy mediates my relationship with yoga through her meticulous, perceptive cuing, and even more through her example of strong yet gentle devotion to the practice and the people. I have incurable cancer, but cancer does not have me. Yoga has my attention and my body, not only on the mat, but also as I walk, sit, breathe, work, and go about my life. This is true largely because of Judy. "

Roberta Sappington
Long-time yoga student, long-term cancer survivor.

"Judy has the passion in sharing her skills as a wellness instructor and motivational speaker in helping any organization, of any size, build productivity for their business. All while making it fun for employees and giving back to the community. It's a win-win for all."

Pam Carrier
Creative Director, United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley

"Judy has a richly diverse background and would be an valued asset in any health care and training organization. She is not only a talented yoga instructor but practices in many of the health, fitness, and nutrition domains. Her skills span a wide range of knowledge for training, workshops, consulting, and one-on-one instruction."

Mark Castle
Lead Program Manager, Castle Associates Consulting

"Judy's 'Eat Like You Give A Damn' coaching program and wellness book introduced me to a number of simple changes in my daily habits that made all the difference. It was easy and effortless to incorporate her principles and strategies into my hectic lifestyle. With her support and guidance, I achieved impressive results."

Annie Bagdasarian

Judy's Blog

Focusing on the mind, body, and spirit, Judy's blogs offer tips on healthy eating, yoga and mindfulness, and what to do when cancer affects you or someone you love.

3 Action Steps To A Healthier You

One of the most inherent patterns I encounter with clients is that of self- neglect. There is nothing wrong with stepping back and concentrating on yourself for a change.

It's not only okay to pay attention to your needs, it's essential.

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Eat Like You Give A Damn

If you're searching for a straightforward eating plan and fitness routine that will lead you to a more energetic lifestyle look no further.

Begin right now and you will start seeing the results one day earlier than if you wait until tomorrow. The smallest step in the right direction may end up being the biggest step of your life.

 

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Emphasizing the concept of mind, body, and spirit, my blog guides you to walk the walk. It offers you tips on weight loss, healthy eating, practicing mindfulness, and incorporating yoga and exercise into your already busy lifestyle.