Here’s your weekly dose of more than medicine.
Next week, we explore cancer related fatigue, deep meditation, breast cancer, and supporting blood sugar balance.
Online Group Sessions
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The Resilience Room
Mon 26th Apr – 10am Exploring Troublesome Cancer Related Fatigue
Special Guest – Anne Johnson, Consultant Occupational Therapist. Anne works as an NHS and Macmillan Professional and is Joint Clinical Lead of the Bath Centre for Fatigue Services. In this session, Anne will help you understand more about cancer related fatigue and explore practical strategies that you can use to manage and improve your energy levels and build your resilience.
Your Self-Care Toolbox
Tues 27th Apr – 12pm
Kundalini Deep Meditation
It delights us to welcome Candace Blair from Soul Fire Social on for a deep meditative journey. Together, Candace will take you on a guided journey using our breath to release unwanted energy and emotions. Then, you will be invited to simply lie back and receive the healing powers of the crystal singing bowls as she pays the notes through the chakras (your internal energetic fields) to shift stale energy, remove blocks, relax the mind and truly shift the brain into an integrative and deep meditative state.
Nutrition Know How
Weds 28th Apr – 11am
Meals and Snacks to Support Blood Sugar Balance
A follow-up to Importance of balancing blood sugar (April 7th) where Victoria will share practical tips and recipes for balanced meals and snacks.
Thurs 29th Apr – 2pm
Biodanza uses gorgeous infectious music, which speaks directly to our bodies. There are no steps to learn and everyone works at their own pace. Even if you have the idea that you can’t dance or believe that you have no sense of rhythm you are warmly welcome. You may well surprise yourself and you’ll almost certainly have great fun.
GenesisCare & Penny Brohn UK Presents:
Integrative Approaches for Breast Cancer
Thurs 29th Apr – 7:30pm
Join our free webinar with guest speakers where we’ll be discussing how people with breast cancer can support themselves, deal with side effects and build resilience after a cancer diagnosis. Guest speakers Professor Amit Bahl, Miss PG Roy, Dr Catherine Zollman and Toni Hennings.
Out of the Maze – Lifework
A one-day live Masterclass with Sophie Sabbage, where you can begin to take charge of your treatment and find some power as a cancer patient. Lifework have promised a donation of £10 for every cancer patient who registers for this Masterclass through Penny Brohn UK. Lifework is an external company and not associated with Penny Brohn UK.
Please help us to spread the word…
We are trying to spread the word amongst oncologists, surgeons, nurses and other cancer healthcare professionals to encourage them to attend the new Integrative Oncology UK 2021 conference that is being held on 15 May 2021. The conference is chaired Dr Catherine Zollman, the medical lead at Penny Brohn UK with the support of her fellow committee members from the British Society for Integrative Oncology (BSIO). The goal of the BSIO and the conference is that integrative healthcare should be available and delivered seamlessly to all those whose lives are affected by cancer. If you know of anyone who might benefit from attending this professional conference we would greatly appreciate it if you can help spread the word.
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1-2-1 Telephone Support
We are taking bookings for Doctor support, Counselling, Nutrition therapy, and Exercise therapy.
0303 3000 118
We believe that everybody should have equal access to the emotional and practical support they need to live life as fully as possible with the impact of cancer. Online, and 1:1 sessions are made possible by your generosity. They are run entirely on donations. We have no set charges, we simply ask you to give what you can – if you can.
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