"I try to exercise most days of the week - I try to eat right and just have a really good attitude."
Following Evans diagnosis of breast cancer, her treatment included a bilateral mastectomy, chemotherapy... and yoga.
Evans says the yoga is an important part of treatment for her.
"Just to be with other survivors --a sense of community makes my body stronger -- my mind stronger."
The yoga class is a time to breathe, build new friendships and it's free. The class is offered by Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth.
Chi Pham, a doctor at Baylor All Saints, explains why this class is so meaningful.
"As patients are diagnosed with cancer and undergo treatment, there is a lot of psychological stress. Yoga has been a way to help with these treatments."
90 percent of cancer patients say they can't get a good night's sleep. Dr. Pham says the yoga helps them feel more energized.
Some exercises could make things worse. Often, patient's range of motion is limited, but this particular class is customized to recovering bodies.
The hospital is hoping that more women take advantage of the free class, which they have seen benefit anyone who has gone through a major medical procedure.