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Tuesday, February 20th, 2024
From the moment of diagnosis through treatment and beyond, cancer patients face plenty of challenges that extend far beyond the physical symptoms. Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as tapping, have emerged as a promising support offering a gentle yet profound approach to addressing emotional and psychological well-being. At its core, EFT is a modality... Read more »...



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Tuesday, February 20th, 2024
My experience with cancer was not just a battle for survival—it was a transformative experience that led me to discover the profound power of giving back. Through my volunteer work with Yes to Life, I found a supportive community, and a sense of purpose that has enriched my life in ways I never imagined. It... Read more »...



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Friday, February 2nd, 2024
Mindful cooking has emerged as a therapeutic practice that extends beyond the mere preparation of meals. It involves cultivating a heightened awareness and presence during the cooking process, emphasising the connection between mind, body, and the food we eat. For people living with cancer, facing physical and emotional challenges and its treatment, mindful cooking can... Read more »...



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Wednesday, January 17th, 2024
The intersection of wellbeing and cancer is profound, emphasising the critical role that holistic health plays in the face of a cancer diagnosis. Prioritising wellbeing becomes a guiding principle for people undergoing cancer-related challenges. Emotional and mental support, coupled with physical wellness strategies, contributes to an enhanced quality of life throughout the journey. Nurturing mental... Read more »...



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Tuesday, January 2nd, 2024
As the calendar turns to welcome the New Year, a reflection on the intricate dance between cancer, mental health, and overall wellbeing becomes profound. The journey, it’s marked by resilience, self-discovery, and a commitment to a holistic health, and is as a testament to the power of intentional living in the face of life challenges.... Read more »...



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Tuesday, December 19th, 2023
Dear Yes to Life Friends As the festive season descends upon us, I find myself reflecting on the strength, resilience, and hope that characterise the individuals and families we have the privilege to serve at Yes to Life. This year has been a testament to the incredible spirit and courage that each of you embodies.... Read more »...



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Tuesday, December 5th, 2023
Do you take photographs, write, create art, craft or do anything creative? Are you, or anyone close to you, living with cancer? We need you!  We are looking for artwork, photography (this can also include photos of your craft, embroidery, artwork, etc.), creative or personal writing for Issue 4 of Flourish Magazine, a free print... Read more »...



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Thursday, November 30th, 2023
🌿 Join the Tree of Life Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Community and Coaching Programme, designed to empower people at every phase of cancer — 💪 Prevention 🏥 Diagnosis and Treatment 🌈 Survivors 🤗 Caregivers — to gather tools, create a solid foundation of health, and live in alignment with your well-being goals! 🌳 Tree of Life is... Read more »...



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Monday, November 27th, 2023
I started to realise that my deeply caring, hilariously inappropriate and wonderfully fun friend was going to die from cancer. I had walked alongside him for quite some time, every week we would meet on zoom, as he was at the other end of the country. We would explore heart-based mediations, distance reiki and shamanic... Read more »...



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Monday, November 27th, 2023
After over twenty years of working in the fitness industry, I thought I knew everything there was to know about fitness and well-being. This was until just under three years ago, when my whole world turned upside down.  The breast cancer that had been in remission for seven years, despite having both the offending body... Read more »...



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Monday, November 20th, 2023
Movement  by Kathryn Hulland Movement – one word that holds many meanings, and is something I have struggled with my entire life.  I was always active from a young age and obsessed with horses. In my twenties I was planning to join the police having been a Special Constable for a year, whilst working full... Read more »...



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Monday, November 13th, 2023
By Nicola Corcoran Healing from chronic disease requires a multi-faceted approach and this must involve awareness of ingredients in the ‘beauty’ products we use daily; products which claim to make us look better, smell better, and even feel better, but which actually contain harmful chemicals that place a burden on the liver and its ability... Read more »...





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