Weekly JoyBoots Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors

with Kelly Inselmann. LCSW, C-IAYT, CGP




ONLINE ZOOM CLASS (with in person classes planned for the Fall of 2023).

contact Kelly to join her mailing list and to receive the link to attend this virtual class.

Wednesdays, 12:00pm-1:15pm

Drop In (No advance registration necessary for 4 week class)

Cost: Suggested Donation is $20 per class. (Pay as you can afford please and do not be deterred).

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Beginners welcome!

JoyBoots Yoga for Cancer Survivors can be practiced by students of all levels and at any stage of their personal healing journey. All the practices can be modified for the individual’s needs. Chairs can be used for those who find it difficult to sit on the floor.

Taught by Kelly Inselmann, LCSW, C-IAYT, CGP.  As a 15 year survivor of stage 3 breast cancer, Kelly has a deep and personal understanding of the emotional and physical challenges experienced during and post treatment.  She received her treatment at MD Anderson and has attended specialized yoga training there.  She has been teaching yoga for over 20 years and draws from the traditions of kundalini yoga and somatic exercises for healing trauma.

Special attention is given to practices which focus on cultivating compassion for self and others while addressing lymphedema, fatigue, immune fitness, insomnia, anxiety and depression.

Participants have the experience of breath work, deep relaxation and meditation in every class.

Formerly sponsored by Capital of Texas Team Survivor for 12 years.

For more information, contact Kelly.

“Kelly, thank you for teaching this class. I came away with a feeling of peace on Wednesday that I haven’t felt in a long time. It took me a long while to identify it!  You are so gifted, and you have created a special space. Thank you!”

“Thank you Kelly! I could speak at length of the good you do for all of us; more or less slightly damaged people who find our way to your class.”

“All I know is that if it’s a Wednesday, I’m going to yoga class. It’s hard for me to get up since I’m in the middle of treatment, but It’s the one time a week I know I might feel a moment of joy.”

“I come to this class to remember who I am and let go of other people’s expectations.”

3-heartsI’d love to share the story of my Joy Boots journey with you. Click here for a closer look.

Free yourself from circular thinking and rumination.
Enjoy my guided Healing Breath Meditation video for cancer survivors.