The following is a 1,307-word post outlining the benefits of yoga and meditation for those currently suffering from cancer as well as those who have survived and are recovering. It's intended to be a top- or middle-of-funnel piece for a yoga studio or teacher or meditation expert to spread awareness of the positive effects of practice to a new audience backed with scientific studies as proof.
This sample post was written by our spotlighted writer from October, Amanda S., who has been a certified yoga teacher for 10 years and a fitness instructor for 15. She's also studied yoga in India and delights in sharing her expertise through writing on primarily health & wellness, healthcare, senior living, and travel topics for BlogMutt customers.
By the end of 2017, it's estimated there will be a total of 1,688,780 new cancer cases in the United States. Every day, thousands upon thousands of people wake up in the middle of a fight for their lives, in search of the greatest weapons to use against this enemy. Modern medicine provides most of those weapons, but naturally any cancer patient wants the biggest arsenal available to make treatment as fast, effective, and comfortable as possible.