Movement and Fitness Resources

Movement and maintaining fitness can play an important role for the cancer patient, survivor, caregiver, friend, or family member while experiencing a cancer impact. If you are looking for movement and fitness ideas, here is a list of virtual resources for anyone impacted by cancer.

DISCLAIMER: The use of any information provided on this page is solely at your own risk, and Team Tony Cancer Foundation will not be responsible for any harm or injury you incur as a result of such use. Talk to your licensed medical provider before beginning any exercise program. The information provided here is not a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Do not disregard, avoid, or delay seeking medical advice for any reason. Treat yourself with kindness and listen to your body to avoid injury.

Title and Link Description
Heart Healthy One-Mile Walk 18-minute video you can do at home.
Tai Chi series Presented by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Gentle/Beginner Pilates Mat, Level I 30-minute Pilates class, great instructions and adaptations to meet varying levels of work.
Gentle/Beginner Pilates Mat, Level II
Yoga for Neck, Shoulders and Upper Back 15-minute practice that will release tension and help you feel more ease and spaciousness in your body and mind. Suitable for beginners or advanced practitioners. Can be done seated on the floor or in a chair.
Yoga for Low Back and Hamstrings 30-minute video from Yoga with Adriene.
Gentle Chair Yoga A seated session from Moffitt Cancer Center
15 Minute Gentle Yoga From Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
Importance of Exercise During Cancer Treatment and Preventing Lymphedema Team Tony Lifestyle Wellness Session with Tanya Beck of Coastal Fitness and Correction