Packaging Time – My Wellbeing Week

We know how busy life can be bouncing from medical appointments to complementary therapies then back home again to cook, clean and recover from your health busyness. So what about thinking of packaging your week with group therapies so you can roll gently into the first part of the week and roll out invigorated at […]

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Dusting off the Winter Cobwebs

Spring is in the air with flowers and sunshine beginning to flood our senses and the change from the darker days of winter can often turn our energies to a spring clean of house and home. At Cancer Wellness Support we see a spring clean as more about mind and body. Thinking about new clients […]

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The Power of One – A 15 Year Story

The reality of the Power of One, one person, one idea, one group and one community was honoured with the gathering of old and new at the 15th year celebration of Cancer Wellness Support. The drive of one person, Robyn Yates OAM to create a unique approach to delivering complementary therapies to people and families […]

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Staying Connected

It could be safe to say that each day is a whirl of new and different information on how to manage yourself, your family and your local community while COVID-19 is dominating our lives. What is for sure, the way we went about our daily lives has dramatically changed and we now have a new […]

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Caring for the Carers

So often it is hard to officially identify as a carer, after all, you are often a wife, husband, mother, daughter, son or any relative or friend who is able to step forward to support someone during a difficult phase of their illness. After all, isn’t this what you do if you care for someone? […]

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Ovarian Cancer – Playing the Long Game

Playing the long game with an ovarian cancer diagnosis might be more about ‘how’ you live both physically and emotionally rather than ‘what’ the diagnosis and treatment choices and outcomes may be. Six months following completion of treatment for cervical cancer in 1996 Jill was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. This diagnosis began Jill’s long journey […]

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