Tranquility du Jour #344: A Scary Diagnosis

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Bonjour. Welcome to the 344th edition of Tranquility du Jour: A Scary Diagnosis with Sarah Evans. Be inspired by her story through breast cancer, the tools that helped her through the process, and how this diagnosis changed how she lives life.

Tranquility du Jour # 344: A Scary Diagnosis


 

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Sarah_yogaheadshot_April2015Sarah Evans began her yoga journey in 1998. After being an avid Hatha student for a few years, she craved deeper study and became a registered yoga instructor in 2004. Sharing the wisdom of yogic practices expanded her commitment to live a healthy lifestyle. In February 2014, she had just celebrated her son’s 4th birthday when she found a lump in her breast. She had no family history, but much to her surprise, a biopsy diagnosed Stage 2 breast cancer. After enduring a life threatening diagnosis, chemotherapy, radiation, and 6 surgeries, Sarah is forever changed. She found strength in unrelenting love from her incredible husband, 2 kids, family, friends, and amazing local yoga community. The events of the past year have served as a reminder for Sarah to live life in the gift of the present moment – one incredible moment at a time – with passion, joy, connection, and lots of love.
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