December Giveaway - Ellen Dolgen

December Giveaway

Pilates for Breast Cancer Survivors is an easy-to-follow guide that will get you moving safely just days after surgery. Written by two occupational therapists and certified Pilates instructors, one of whom is a breast cancer survivor herself, Pilates for Breast Cancer Survivors is an empowering resource that will help you increase flexibility, strengthen muscle, and improve your overall health even if you’ve never followed an exercise routine before. Improve the quality of your life with the physical and mental benefits of this progressive, three-phase program. Pilates has been proven to be one of the most successful forms of rehabilitation for breast cancer treatment and now you can experience the benefits of Pilates in the comfort of your own home.

NAOMI AARONSON, MA, OTR/L, CHT, CPI, CET, is a nationally known author, speaker, and occupational therapist who specializes in breast cancer rehabilitation using Pilates. She is a certified cancer exercise trainer as well as a certified mat Pilates instructor.

ANN MARIE TURO, OTR/L, is an occupational therapist, author, and lecturer on the use of Pilates with breast cancer patients and a breast cancer survivor. She is a certified Pilates, yoga, and tai chi instructor and Reiki Master who believes in the power of using an integrated approach to rehabilitation at her practice.

Enter to win Ellen Dolgen’s December Giveaway!


November’s Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Laurie Ann!!! Winner of the Ellen Dolgen’s November Giveaway (Two Copies of Many Paws, the years of change by Susan DeGarmo).


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