Regular yoga practice can help improve the quality of life for cancer patients by reducing the side effects of the disease and treatments, improving physical strength, and increasing the ability to manage emotions.

Yoga postures can help improve flexibility, muscle strength, breathing, and blood circulation. Relaxation techniques such as meditation and breathing can help reduce anxiety and depression. Yoga classes for people with cancer are taught by qualified teachers who are familiar with the side effects of the disease and can adapt the postures and exercises to suit each patient.