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Jnani Chapman


Jnani Chapman is a certified massage therapist, nurse and yoga teacher. She has been practicing since 1975. Jnani has been adapting massage and yoga for people with medical conditions, primarily cancer patients, heart patients and people with chronic illness since 1986. Jnani teaches yoga for the Commonweal Cancer Help Program in California.


The only way for it to really be yoga is if it's in daily life. What you do on a mat or in a room
with a bunch of other people is very nice and it's helpful in that moment. But if you want to
change your life or heal your life, you need to bring it into your daily life.

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