In 1975, Dr Ian Gawler developed bone cancer which led to his right leg being amputated. Later that year when the cancer returned, Ian relentlessly embarked on an intensive health regime with a focus on anti-cancer nutrition, a positive attitude, regular deep meditation and the acceptance of loving support to beat his prognosis. Based on his own healing success and experiences, Ian Gawler established Australia’s first active Cancer Support Group in 1981 to teach people how to increase their chances of survival from cancer and improve their quality of life. In 1983 The Gawler Cancer Foundation was founded as a non-profit organisation to continue this important work.
The Gawler Foundation provides support through lifestyle-based educational retreats and programmes for people living with all types of cancer. Their programmes empower people to play an active part in their healing journey by making positive lifestyle changes to promote healing. Their approach is based on seven essential elements; regular meditation, good nutrition, effective support, emotional healing, moderate exercise, power of mind and the quest for meaning.
Meditation, Nutrition, Counselling, Spiritual Support, Stress Management, Education.
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