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Recovery from cancer is a gradual process. Even when treatment finishes, your body continues to heal. It can be helpful to find restorative strategies to support your physical and mental wellbeing.  Yoga is a fantastic way to soothe and calm the body from the inside out. Finding ways to manage any ongoing physical treatment side-effects will help you thrive beyond cancer.

Restore body and mind

Consider introducing these approaches into your weekly routine.

Becoming a member gives you access to specialist support in these areas.

Yoga is a great way to take some time to relax and focus on yourself. The yoga poses and breathing techniques practised during yoga can soothe and calm the body from the inside out.

Stretch & relaxation

Ensure your continue to regain mobility and flexibility after treatment. But also spend additional time to stretch will help you remain injury free as you rebuild your strength.

If you continue to experience physical side effects of treatment or surgery, consider seeing a specialist physio to help with specific physical issues relating to cancer and treatment.

Marcia Mercier

Yoga for cancer

Marcia offers classes to help build back mobility and strength in the body, as well as calm the mind through breathwork and meditation practices.

Membership includes LIVE yoga classes every other Thursday at 1pm. Or watch on demand videos when you want.

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Hannah Leach

Oncology physiotherapist 

Our expert physiotherapist Hannah, runs monthly clinics to support members in managing the physical side effects of cancer. Her advice aims to help women achieve the best possible treatment outcomes, reduce the risk of cancer recurrence and maintain the highest possible quality of life at every stage. 

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