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Together our team raised over $4,000! Lymphoma Canada’s 2nd annual take it to the mat, the Great Yoga and Wellness event

Lymphoma Canada’s 2nd annual take it to the mat, the Great Yoga and Wellness event

On Sunday, November 15, 2015, Cameron and I participated in Lymphoma Canada’s 2nd annual take it to the mat, the Great Yoga and Wellness event held in Toronto’s CBC building. This year we were so pleased to welcome Linda Philp and Chantal Elward to our team. Together our team raised over $4,000! A special thank you to all of you who generously donated and participated in our Karma classes, we couldn’t have done it without you.

We enjoyed every moment of the day. During the morning, Master of Ceremonies and one of Canada’s leading Alternative Health experts, Bryce Wylde, shared his wisdom on healthy living; Keynote Speaker Louisa Jewell - Founder and President of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association – opened the door to how our emotional well-being affects our physical well-being through her talk The Science of Happiness;  and, Lymphoma Survivor and Kindergarten teacher Sarah Horgan spoke from her heart to share her poignant journey from illness to living cancer-free. In the afternoon, we practiced 108 minutes of yoga in the Barbara Frum Atrium with 100 participants. This year’s event raised approximately $140,000 in support of over 100,000 families living with Lymphoma.

Lymphoma Cancer is a challenge to explain as it encompasses over 50 types of cancer. But one statistic that resonates with our family is that Lymphoma is the number one cancer in young adults between the ages 18 and 39, and Hodgkin lymphoma is on the rise. It affects young people at a time in their life which should be filled with hope for the future. In listening to survivor stories, there are often challenges in the diagnosis. Patients may have symptoms of fatigue, a rash, trouble breathing, night sweats or loss of weight but the family physician couldn’t seem to pinpoint the cause. In some instances, it has taken over a year for a proper diagnosis. Just in the past few months, we have heard three separate stories of a delay in the diagnosis when success for survival depends on early treatment. Many of you will remember that Cameron was diagnosed with asthma before determining it was Stage 4b Hodgkin Lymphoma. So whether it’s a cough or overwhelming fatigue, we encourage you to be mindful of any abnormalities in your health. No one knows your body better than you. Trust yourself if it feels like something isn’t right. Be your own advocate to push for more answers to get to the root of an issue. If you have any questions about Lymphoma  or the organization, please access their website at www.lymphoma.ca

For our family and friends, take it to the mat has become a celebration of wellness that goes beyond the day. In the 10 years since Cameron’s diagnosis and treatment for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, we are forever grateful for the gift of Cameron in our lives – a son, a brother and a friend. And we also try to take steps to celebrate our own lives. One of the blessings in the adversity of cancer – for the individual and family and friends – is gratitude for our health and each other.

Once again, thank you for your generosity and support. We are so blessed and grateful to have all of you in our lives.

Namaste,
Catherine and Cameron

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Take it to the Mat,The Great Yoga and Wellness Event - a Fundraiser for Lymphoma Canada

Thank you so much to all of you who joined us for our series of Karma classes at Yoga Seven in support of Lymphoma Canada’s second annual fundraising event - take to the mat, the Great Yoga and Wellness event. to be held on November 15th. Also, a special thank you to the amazing team at Yoga Seven opening the doors to their studio to support the cause!

While many of you couldn’t make it, you have generously supported us by donating to our fundraising page – we are forever grateful. With your help, we have raised over $1,000 so far.

We would still like to raise more in support of more than 100,000 families in Canada living with lymphoma. As a childhood Hodgkin’s survivor, I am especially disconcerted that Lymphoma is the number one cancer in young adults between the ages 18 and 39, and Hodgkin lymphoma is on the rise. It is my personal goal to help others remain healthy so one day we can share news of lower incidence of this disease. If you would like to support us for this worthwhile cause - there is still time.

We understand that everyone is inundated with fundraising requests for many worthy causes, so we appreciate any support you may offer.
We are also excited to welcome two more friends to our take it to the mat team: Chantal Elward and Linda Philp. We have included all of our links so you can donate directly to one fundraising page:

For Cameron’s story and to donate to his fundraising page, please click here.

For Catherine’s fundraising page, please click here.

For Chantal’s fundraising page, please click here.

For Linda’s fundraising page please click here.

Thank you once again for your continued support.

Namaste,
Cameron Mattice
On behalf of the TQS Transformation Team

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Take it to the Mat,The Great Yoga and Wellness Event - a Fundraiser for Lymphoma Canada

On November 15th, my mother Catherine and I will be participating in Lymphoma Canada’s second annual fundraising event - take to the mat, the Great Yoga and Wellness event. Take it to the mat is presented with a host of wellness and yoga gurus, and all participants have the option to join either a 108 minute yoga class or 108 minute meditation workshop. We have decided to team up with Lymphoma Canada for a second year because it connects with many of the principles that our TQS Transformation initiative strives to promote.

It has now been nearly ten years since my diagnosis with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. For me, this event is a way of celebrating being in good health. As I reflect upon some of my darkest moments, I know that I would not have managed to overcome such experiences without the help and support from many of you. For that, I am forever grateful. It is in this thought that I recognize that there are many people who now find themselves in similar places as I once experienced, so I have made it a goal of mine to continue to raise awareness and support for them.

We are asking you to join with us in the next part of the journey as we work to raise funds for Lymphoma Canada. It is our hope that the funds raised through take it to the mat will assist the more than 100,000 Canadians and their families living with Lymphoma through, education research and support. Lymphoma Canada is the only national organization solely dedicated to Canadians affected by lymphoma: Hodgkin lymphoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma & CLL.  Lymphoma is the number one cancer in young adults between the ages 18 and 39 and Hodgkin lymphoma is on the rise.

We understand that everyone is inundated with fundraising requests for many worthy causes, so we appreciate any support you may offer.
In order to donate directly to Lymphoma Canada, please click on one of the links below to support either Cameron or my fundraising page. (We have only sent out one letter as many of our contacts overlap. But you only need to click on one web page if you wish to donate.):

For Cameron’s story and to donate to his fundraising page, please click here.

For Catherine’s fundraising page, please click here.

Thank you once again for your continued support.
 
Namaste,
Cameron and Catherine Mattice.

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On Sunday, November 2, 2014, we (Cameron and Catherine Mattice) joined over 130 people at the Canadian National Ballet School to participate in take to the mat, the Great Yoga and Wellness event in support of Lymphoma Canada. Thank you to our family and friends who generously donated over $4,000! In total, the event raised close to $150,000. All of the funds raised will enable Lymphoma Canada to further its mission of supporting over 80,000 Canadians living with lymphoma: Hodgkin, non-Hodgkin and CLL.

The entire day was a celebration of wellness. The morning sessions focused on strategies for healthy living.  Among the speakers, Dr. ‘Joey’ Shulman, a highly regarded authority on weight loss, health and nutrition, took the stage to address strategies for healthy eating. Dr. John Kuruvilla, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto, a clinical investigator  and hematologist in the Department of Medical Oncology at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, discussed the latest advances in treating lymphoma patients using pharmaceuticals.

The highlight of the day was practicing 108 minutes of energetic and healing yoga with all of the participants – cancer patients and survivors, families and friends.

One of the guest speakers, Ryan Leal, shared his story as a Hodgkin’s Lymphoma survivor.  At the age of 24, just after graduating university, Ryan was diagnosed with Stage III Hodgkin’s. For Ryan, the illness presented itself with a very uncomfortable and at times debilitating rash. For almost two years doctors unsuccessfully treated the rash with various prescribed medications until two lumps appeared which helped pinpoint the correct diagnosis. Today, 12 years later, Ryan is married and the father of two young boys.

As many of you know, Cameron went back and forth to doctors before anyone could come up with a proper diagnosis.  He also experienced a rash, as well as a persistent dry cough that caused him shortness of breath, both at rest and during exercise. Doctors prescribed cream for the rash and one doctor misdiagnosed his illness as asthma, prescribing an inhaler. When Cameron was finally diagnosed with Hodgkin’s it was Stage IVb, with a tumour pushing on his trachea, nearly closing the airway to his lungs. He responded immediately to treatment and is now thriving at 22.

In addition to our shared philosophy of promoting wellness through TQS Transformation, part of our goal in participating in the take it to the mat event is to create awareness for Lymphoma to assist in earlier detection. Ryan and Cameron’s symptoms were just a few of the symptoms for Hodgkin’s, and there are over 60 types of lymphoma. Hodgkin’s is the third most common cancer diagnosed in adolescents and young adults aged 15–29 in Ontario, with a higher incidence in males. If you, or anyone you love, are not feeling well and have annoying symptoms that don’t respond to any treatments, be persistent with your doctor. As we have learned over the years, wellness is the best defense. So we encourage you to treat your body with kindness – eat healthy foods, restore with sleep, exercise and get outdoors to move your body, and minimize stress by fostering a nurturing and loving environment for your family and yourself.

Our bodies love all kinds of exercise – walking, cycling, running, tennis, swimming – so whatever your pleasure, your body will thank you. But we especially love yoga. Our family and our co-workers through TQS Transformation have experienced yoga’s healing benefits first hand. Various studies have shown that practicing helps the heart rate decrease which benefits people with high blood pressure. When practiced with proper alignment, yoga poses can also bring relief to people with physical ailments, especially back pain sufferers. For people with lymphoma, yoga exercises can improve the circulation of the lymphatic channels through the contraction and massage of skeletal muscles through a variety of poses. In addition, a recent study conducted by Ohio State University found that breast cancer survivors who practiced 90-minute yoga classes twice-weekly for 12 weeks experienced reduced inflammation. Inflammation is associated with chronic diseases including heart disease, diabetes and arthritis and can also cause fatigue in cancer patients for months after treatment.

If you have any questions about Lymphoma Canada, please access their website at www.lymphoma.ca and for more information on the recent yoga study with breast cancer patients, check out the study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology: http://jco.ascopubs.org/content/early/2014/01/21/JCO.2013.51.8860.abstract

Or an overview in the National Geographic:
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/02/140207-yoga-cancer-inflammation-stress/

Once again thank you to all of our supporters for making this day possible for us.  It was a day we’ll always remember!

Namaste,
Cameron and Catherine

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Take it to the Mat,The Great Yoga and Wellness Event - a Fundraiser for Lymphoma Canada

Lymphoma Canada is proud to invite you to our inaugural take it to the mat, The Great Yoga & Wellness Revolution.

On November 2nd, Cameron and I will be participating in take to the mat, the Great Yoga and Wellness event - a fundraiser for Lymphoma Canada. With its emphasis on promoting eating healthier, living mindfully, practicing yoga and giving back, this event embodies many of the principles of our TQS Transformation initiative. We will also be participating in partnership with Zenbar Healing Studio - Oakville.

Many of you were with Cameron through his journey to wellness after being diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma nine years ago. In the time since he finished his last radiation treatment, you have continued to follow his journey – sharing in his successes and roadblocks along the way. We are forever grateful for your love and support.

We are asking you to join with us in the next part of the journey as we work to raise funds for Lymphoma Canada. It is our hope that the funds raised through take it to the mat will assist the more than 80,000 Canadians and their families living with Lymphoma through, education research and support. Lymphoma Canada is the only national organization solely dedicated to Canadians affected by lymphoma: Hodgkin lymphoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma & CLL.  Lymphoma is the number one cancer in young adults between the ages 18 and 39 and Hodgkin lymphoma is on the rise.

We understand that everyone is inundated with fundraising requests for many worthy causes, so we appreciate any support you may offer.

In order to donate directly to Lymphoma Canada, please click on one of the links below to support either Cameron or my fundraising page.

 

For Cameron’s story and to donate to his fundraising page, please Click Here.

For Catherine’s fundraising page, please Click Here.

 

Thank you once again for your continued support.

Namaste,

Cameron and Catherine Mattice

 

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TQS Transformation Brings Yoga to High Schools

This past fall Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Secondary School in Mississauga hosted a full day Participaction/Spirit Day for its students. Students were encouraged to participate in some of the many activities held throughout the day - road hockey, a firetruck pull, Zumba, Chess, and Yoga. TQS Transformation was on site to lead over 50 students and teachers in an hour long yoga class.

TQS Transformation Brings Yoga to High Schools


In December, TQS Transformation traveled to the experiential school, Bronte Creek Project in Burlington to bring yoga to approximately 14 students and their teachers. The Bronte Creek Project is a one semester, four-credit, community environmental leadership program for grade 11 and 12 students in the Halton District School Board. The school site is located in North Burlington off Appleby Line. While the classroom is often the surrounding outdoor wildlife, there is a small building where students can do desk work, prepare lunchtime meals and – for an hour in December - practice yoga. For many of the students, this was their introduction to yoga. With the quiet back drop of freshly fallen snow just outside the picture window, the students quickly found their rhythm to the movement and relaxed for a few quiet moments at the end in savasana.

Truly a peaceful place with a group of energetic students who love to be outdoors. We hope to return in the Spring to practice outside beneath the trees.


This saying posted on their Facebook page captures the spirit of the students participating in the Bronte Creek Project!


I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery – Air, Mountains, Trees, People. I thought: This is what it is to be Happy. 

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A New Year’s Resolution with Purpose

There is a Sanskrit word ‘Sankalpa’ which means will, purpose or resolve. For many, it’s a yogic resolution. Unlike our traditional New Year’s resolutions focusing on things we may be doing wrong or material things we think we need, Sankalpa comes from our hearts rather than our ego. Instead we focus on our intention and a decision to move forward with purpose. For me, Sankalpa is more of spiritual journey rather than a To Do list of resolutions. It is an intention to let go of the past in order to connect with my heartfelt desire or life’s purpose. What a lovely thought to look forward to the New Year with hope for the magical possibilities to come rather than focus on what has gone wrong in the past so we can create rules for the future. Here are few ideas to help you celebrate the New Year as you find your own Sankalpa.

Listen to your Heart

Whether it’s sitting in meditation, taking a quiet walk in nature or simply resting quietly in comfortable place at home, we all need time to step away from the constant busyness of our lives in order to hear our inner voice. So take some time to yourself. Shut off the noise and still your mind. As you’re in this relaxed state, take a moment to celebrate where you are at this very moment in your life. Then let go of anything that no longer serves you. Now think of what you would truly like to do – is there a personal goal or dream that you keep setting time because it isn’t practical or you just don’t have time. Find that dream. Let it settle in your heart. Think about what you would need to do to make it come true. What would be your next step? Now imagine yourself on your path to that dream. Don’t think about how long are difficult the path while be, just take that first step and then maybe the next one. 

Enjoy the Journey

While your Sankalpa may be profound, it doesn’t mean that every moment along the way has to be intense and serious. Remember to take time to look at the scenery. Have fun. Laugh. Connect with people who share your joy. Smile. You’ll find the whole world becomes much brighter when you share your light.

Trust, Trust, Trust

There is no wrong path. So stop looking over your shoulder thinking about what might have happened if you took the other road. You’re not going that way, you’re moving forward. Release the worry when you come to a fork in the road. Trust that you will know which road to take and it will be the best road for you. And if the road becomes treacherous and difficult, trust again. Keep going. You can do it. You won’t know what magic awaits you until you get to the other side.

Be Open to New Possibilities

You are now carrying your dream in your heart. You have started your journey to fulfill it. Life is still busy, but you’re focused and on track. So far so good. But what happens when you discover another dream? You didn’t plan for this. Time is limited. Do you keep walking? Ditch this dream for a new one? There can be more than one dream in your heart. Sometimes the possibility of one dream opens the door to more exciting opportunities. That doesn’t mean you have to entertain every single one of them. But step away and take some time to think about the new possibility. Allow yourself to truly feel it in your heart. You’ll probably find that it will lead you along a similar path to further enrich your journey.  

It will be a Happy New Year. And the world will be a much richer place because of your Sankalpa.



“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the guy who’ll decide where to go.”
Dr. Seuss, Oh the Places You’ll Go

 

 

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Making Time for Office Yoga

In May 2013, 3PLQS joined the ranks of Forbes, Nike, Apple, Google and other Fortune 500 companies by offering employees a chance to practice yoga at the office. For almost seven months, employees have signed up for lunchtime classes offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays (choice of two classes each day). While not everyone takes advantage of the opportunity to step away from their desk to stretch and de-stress, employees who do practice regularly are already appreciating the many benefits of yoga.

According to Charlene, a Call Centre Specialist with TQS Logistics division, practicing yoga has helped her better manage stiffness, pain and inflammation caused by osteoarthritis of the spine.  “Although I was very afraid to start yoga, I pushed forward to try it and give it all I have. To my surprise, I am truly amazed at the benefits of incorporating Yoga into my daily lifestyle. I have now become addicted to practicing and really could not do without it,” she says. “Yoga has made me feel stronger, more flexible, along with a feeling of release in the body and mind. I also sleep much better at night.”

For Joseph, a Business Analyst with the TQS Technology division, yoga had been on his ‘to do’ list to complement his more intense workout sessions at the gym. While he admits to being a bit leery of its benefits at first, he quickly embraced his practice. “The sessions were hard initially (in fact they still are most of the time) but my body learned to adjust. I learned that practicing diligently on the fundamentals improved my overall wellbeing,”

Ivona, a Web Designer for 3PLQS, thought yoga might help alleviate some issues with her hip and shoulder. “I’ve noticed subtle changes in my body, with my hip and shoulder problems I have to be really careful when doing some poses. But I am feeling stronger overall, my arm strength has improved and I am becoming more flexible. Yoga is hard, very challenging but it is rewarding too. You feel better after each class and less stressed.”

Some days, the biggest challenge is showing up on the mat to practice. Not surprisingly, last minute work emergencies arise and conflict with class schedules. Because classes are small, participants are able to communicate with everyone and either delay a class or rearrange their schedule to take the later class. There are times when someone will have to skip a class, but it doesn’t happen often. Most participants have discovered that rather than take away from the work day, yoga actually helps rejuvenate energy levels for the afternoon work schedule.

“Some days your day may run a bit longer or it may be more hectic but if it’s important to you, you will find a way (to practice yoga),” Charlene says. “I am very grateful and thankful for yoga and hope to aspire to a greater lifestyle because of practicing.”

As an employer, Chris Mattice, President of 3PLQS, chose to offer yoga within the workplace as a means to promote employee health and well-being. “Employees need time to step away from their desk to stretch and relax. Yoga is the ideal activity for this because it offers the chance to do both. It also has an added side benefit of allowing employees to interact in a non-work situation. Overall, I’m very pleased with the results,” he says. Chris also takes the time join a class as well as encouraging employees to step away from their desk to keep their commitment to yoga. “Personally, I have noticed an improvement in my own flexibility as well as a greater sense of ease in managing stress.”

Moving beyond the six month mark, yoga has definitely integrated into the corporate culture. And yogis are discovering how a yoga practice reaches beyond the mat.  Sometimes it’s just a simple matter of breathing mindfully.

According to Ivona, “I started to be more conscious about my breathing and using breathing exercises throughout the day. It helps me relax and de-stress.”

Yoga brought subtle changes to Joseph’s day-to-day life. “I have made a conscious effort to apply yoga practices in my everyday life. All of a sudden the 400 series highway traffic stress could be alleviated by focused breathing,” he says. “Yoga really has penetrated into my life. I enjoy mornings when rather than moving around stiffly after waking up, I can do a few rounds of Sun Salutation to limber up.”

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Teaching Yoga to Children

In today’s fast-paced society, stress is a given. People are rushing everywhere. In the digital age of instantaneous access, the workforce has become more demanding. Families with both parents working are commuting and coming home exhausted to make dinner only to rush out for an abundance of extracurricular activities for their children – hockey, soccer, baseball, dance, music lessons, tutoring. It’s no surprise that parental stress is filtering down to children who are often overbooked and dealing with their own day-to-day stresses with school work and social challenges. 

As the parent of three young adult children, I have witnessed some of their stresses from the sidelines. So when I recently completed my Yoga Teacher Training Certificate, I felt compelled to share yoga with children. It’s no secret that I love yoga and the many gifts it has brought to my life - a sense of calm, comfort within my body and an inner trust. While the benefits of yoga have changed my life, I realize that it isn’t the magic answer for everything. But it was my hope that a few yoga classes would allow the children some time to relax and let go of their worries while giving their bodies much needed stretching to offset their time sitting at a desk. Although more and more yoga studios are offering yoga classes for kids and teens, it’s not always accessible – either due to time, distance or money. I decided to volunteer teach at the local elementary school my children attended when they were younger. 
 
I sent a note offering free yoga for the children to one of my children’s former teachers. The response was immediate. “That would be AMAZING!” After a series of emails and a personal police check to volunteer, I was set to teach yoga to students in grades 5 to 8, one afternoon and one morning a week for four weeks. 
 
I began with high expectations. I wanted the children to fall in love with yoga and for the experience to make a difference in their lives. The first few classes were a little rocky. Some of the children in the younger grades were excited and tough to settle down, while the older children thought it was a chance for free social interaction. Looking back at the experience, I think I learned more about teaching and children in those first few classes than they learned about yoga. It was exhausting. Even though I have practiced yoga for over 10 years, I didn’t anticipate the physical and mental demands of teaching three to four classes in a day to a very high energy audience! I also had a renewed respect for the important work of teachers.

But then the children dropped hints that yoga was making a difference. At the beginning of the second week of classes, they recognized me in the hallway. “It’s the yoga lady. Are we having yoga again this week?” When I replied yes, their response was a heartfelt “Yayy!” Before I started class for each grade, I asked them what they liked best about yoga. The responses varied – tree pose, warrior, superman (locust pose), but most of the students loved savasana. One young girl even said she liked it “when I told the story at the end.” This encouraged me to continue with the simple guided meditation and reading a brief passage to help them relax a little bit more during savasana.

As each week progressed, the children would settle into the routine more quickly, anxious to get into the flow of the practice. We talked about the importance of breath work with each pose, but also how it benefits us in our day to day life. It was such a pleasure to experience the synergy of their breath with the movement so we all moved in unity. And it truly brought a smile to witness the intense focus in their contorted faces, especially in the younger children, as they watched me lead the class and tried to replicate the pose. 

By the last class, the students were anxious to begin and not waste precious time. I noticed that they were able to focus more on the poses and less on the world around them. They didn’t seem as concerned about what their friends were doing beside them and speaking out during class. At the end of our last class, many of the students, especially the older grades, expressed disappointment that there wouldn’t be more sessions.

In talking to their teachers, they said that the students really enjoyed the opportunity to try something different during their physical education time. They were surprised that they felt so refreshed at the end of their sessions.  Many expressed interest in doing yoga again as it was a wonderful and new experience for them.
 
While there are research studies touting the health benefits of yoga for children, I can only speak from my own experience. The opportunity to practice with the children in an elementary school setting was humbling. My intention had been to offer the gift of yoga to the students but I received their gifts of welcoming and openness.

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