We know you've been on a very stressful journey, through tough treatments, potentially surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, endless appointments, and the ongoing stress and anxiety of a cancer diagnosis. We know that when active treatment ends it’s common to feel lost and alone, our expert-led, holistic approach to rehabilitation can help.
We believe you deserve MORE support at this time, not less.
Manageable and effective yoga-based, oncology exercise programmes to support your recovery, from the comfort of your own home.
Guidance for every step after active treatment ends, however long ago you finished treatment. You are in the right place.ABOUT THE CONCEPT
We know that movement and mindset affect outcomes for people with cancer. Change those, and you could be changing everything. I'd love to support your journey back to exercise and emotional resilience.
All of this can be delivered to you either as one of our pre-recorded cancer-specific online rehabilitation and wellness programmes, or 1-2-1 online coaching sessions.
Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Postgraduate Certificate in Palliative Care
Satyananda Yoga Teacher
Western Medical Acupuncture (BMAS Trained)
Diploma Sports Massage
Humanistic Counselling (Level 1)
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