Happy New Year 2018!

How did you celebrate, with a big bang or just with quiet contemplation? Personally our family celebrated with a day at the beach and then the early local 9.30 fireworks and bed. Habitually early [...]

Making Your Time Out Count

There is so much we can do over the holiday season, but personally I like to take the time to reflect on the year gone by and re-focus energies into the year ahead.

Tips For Dealing With Stress

I once heard it said that stress is the root of all disease. While this may be an extreme statement, I do think there is quite a bit of truth to it. Stress is not a good environment for a healthy [...]

Meditation for Body Awareness

Body Awareness Being aware of your body involves tuning into your body, directing your awareness to your body, and taking time on a regular basis to listen to what your body wants. You are in [...]

Five Tips To Exercising In The Cold

Cold weather can make it really challenging to fit in your daily exercise. But well all appreciate the importance of physical activity for cancer survivors and those with a diagnosis or for [...]

Too Tired To Exercise?

Fatigue is one of the main reasons why cancer survivors choose not to exercise. Among survivors, it’s common for those tired feelings to become a “vicious cycle” because when you feel tired, you [...]

Myth Busting: Cancer and Exercise

It’s natural to feel a little hesitant about embarking on an exercise regime following a diagnosis or treatment. So to help ease your worries, here are a few common myths around exercise and [...]

Exercise and Breast Cancer

We all know that exercise is beneficial for our health. Regular activity can: But research is now confirming that for breast cancer survivors, the benefits can be even more compelling. Scientific [...]