Every group runs differently. Groups are safe places for people to explore an integrative approach to their health; that is taking account of conventional, lifestyle and complementary approaches.
Find out more about all our groups below and get in touch if you want more information.
You can also get a quick overview of our groups and their locations here.
Led by Robin Daly, Founder and Chairman of Yes to Life, this weekly meeting aims to explore further the learnings and insights from our ‘Finding a Deeper Connection’ 2022 conference, in which we explored the ‘silver linings’ inherent in facing a cancer diagnosis which can lead so many to say that cancer was the best thing that ever happened to them.
For those going through the cancer journey (current or in remission) either themselves or with a family member. Particularly if taking, or interested in taking, an integrative approach to cancer.
For those navigating a cancer diagnosis, treatment, experience or moving forwards. Typically those taking an integrative approach i.e. bringing in lifestyle medicine, complementary approaches and other resources to support their cancer journey.
For those interested in an integrative approach to cancer.
We stay connected between meetings via a What’s App group. Here we share resources, for example books we have read and some share updates about treatments and results of tests. We offer each other emotional support and …
Wigwam cancer support Scotland is a peer support group of cancer patients with an interest in integrative approaches to living with a cancer diagnosis. We are a community of people with cancer coming together for mutual support and to learn about integrative medicine and ways to improve health and wellbeing through lifestyle and complementary medicine.
Those interested in coming together with others who are taking, or thinking of taking, an integrative approach to cancer (i.e. using conventional, lifestyle and complementary approaches to cancer).
Informal relaxed chat with tea/coffee and cake (always try and have a delicious alternative, slightly healthier snack option). We address the needs of the group on the day (emotional, physical, mental , or spiritual).
For those taking, or interested in taking, an integrative approach to cancer. Short meditation / cup of tea / check in / topic of choice / speakers invited / library
To help carers feel less alone and provide the safe space for them to feel seen and heard as well. To support them be the best carers they can be for their loved one, explore challenges and planning for the future, without losing themselves in the process and ensuring their health and wellbeing is nurtured.
A new group to support those taking, or interested in taking, an integrative approach to cancer.
Facilitated by Gilly Bertram (of the Bertram Clinic of Nutrition), passionate about integrative medicine following her own cancer experience.
This Wigwam Group will be held monthly, every 2nd Friday of the month at the Arcturus Clinic, Totnes in their Open Space room.