All photos by Scott Ralph, Author Dr Jimmy Kwok- DrYoga and Model Joanne Taylor- ABCD After Breast Cancer Diagnosis.

The book is available for purchase now on Amazon, at Waterstones bookstores, Dr Yoga's website and on www.livebetterwith.com, links below:

https://www.dryoga.co.uk/YOGA-BOOKS-FOR-RECOVERY.php

https://www.waterstones.com/book/yoga-for-breast-cancer-survivors-and-patients/jimmy-kwok/9781911079453

https://livebetterwith.com/products/yoga-book-for-breast-cancer-patients-and-survivors/

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Yoga-Breast-Cancer-Survivors-Patients/dp/191107945X/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1512601136&sr=8-2&keywords=yoga+cancer

-With guided sequences of three levels of difficulties, helping you to progress through your breast cancer journey into recovery

-Suitable as a tool for a home-based practice for breast cancer patients and survivors

"The gentle healing yoga flow sequence is specifically designed for breast cancer patients recovering from surgery or undergoing active treatments like radiotherapy and chemotherapy. The sequence is designed for those who want to alleviate the common side effects of these treatments, including fatigue, insomnia, muscular pain, lymphedema, anxiety and depression."


Scott Ralph Studio has signed a two year agreement with Allcot to measure its carbon footprint and offset its annual emissions. Scott Ralph, from Scott Ralph Studio, is an exclusive, independent photographer. Specialising in landscape and wildlife photographs for books, magazines, and art pieces, he works across every photographic genre from property to children, fashion and pets.

Working regularly outdoors, he wanted to invest in sustainability.From 2011-2014, Scott Ralph Studio generated 34tCO2e (tonnes of CO2 equivalent), with these emissions coming largely from studio energy use and unavoidable business travel.

The project chosen to offset Scott Ralph Studio’s greenhouse gas emissions is the Brazilian Rosewood Protected Forest Project (RMDLT), which invests in preserving standing rainforest, using the REDD+ (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation) methodology.

Located in the Para region of Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest, the Project Area consists of 177,899 hectares of outstanding flora and fauna.

You can learn more about the project here

http://www.allcot.com/2015/02/12/scott-ralph-studio-signs-agreement-with-allcot-to-measure-its-carbon-footprint-and-offset-its-emissions/

Scott Ralph Studio signs agreement with Allcot to measure its carbon footprint and offset its emissions.

Scott Ralph Studio has signed a two year agreement with Allcot to measure its carbon footprint and offset its annual emissions. Scott Ralph, from Scott Ralph Studio, is an exclusive, independent photographer. Specialising in landscape and wildlife photographs for books, magazines, and art pieces, he works across every photographic genre from property to children, fashion and pets. Working regularly outdoors, he wanted to invest in sustainability.From 2011-2014, Scott Ralph Studio generated 34tCO2e (tonnes of CO2 equivalent), with these emissions coming largely from studio energy use and unavoidable business travel.The project chosen to offset Scott Ralph Studio’s greenhouse gas emissions is the Brazilian Rosewood Protected Forest Project (RMDLT), which invests in preserving standing rainforest, using the REDD+ (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation) methodology. Located in the Para region of Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest, the Project Area consists of 177,899 hectares of outstanding flora and fauna.

The Project’s main objective is to avoid and prevent unplanned deforestation of high conservation value rainforest, thus preventing net emissions of more than 20 Million tCO2e over the project’s 40-year lifetime. It also supports 130 families who live and practice subsistence farming within the Project area and provides protected habitat for vulnerable animals including the Giant Anteater, Pearly Parakeet and Black-handed Tamarin.
“The negative impact humans have had on our planet has always been very apparent to me, but it wasn’t until I worked in Antarctica in January 2014, that it really hit home. I chose to invest in sustainability through Allcot and offset my carbon emissions to help in the fight to preserve our planet”.
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