Catch up now on our workshop with Oncology Dietician Monika Siemicka.
Monika has worked as a dietician for 14 years with expertise in haemato-oncology, teenagers and young adults with cancer, diabetes, weight management and kidney disease. She has been providing reliable nutrition advice to people at different stages of their cancer journey, from diagnosis through to survivorship.
This is a brilliant workshop that includes some excellent advice and we'd really recommend catching up on it.
This workshop includes:
• What is strength training
• How will my cancer treatment affect my strength?
• What muscles need to be strong for walking and running (tips on exercises)?
• Bone health
• Nutrition and hydration
Find out more about the brilliant work that Active Against cancer do through their website HERE.
Thank you so much to the fantastic Kerry and Steve for leading this brilliant workshop!
Summary of what the workshop covers:
· What is Prehabilitation
· What are the benefits of Prehabilitation
· The GM model
· Exercising in the run up to surgery
· How on get started (tips and advice)
· Mythbusting and a note on rehabilitation
Find out more about the brilliant work that Prehab4Cancer do on their website HERE.
We really enjoyed this workshop and a BIG thank you to the fantastic Zoe and Kirsty for leading it!
With Tom Cowan and Rebecca Robinson.
This brilliant workshop covers:
We couldn't recommend this more, what an excellent workshop.
A HUGE thank you to Tom and Rebecca for leading this, we are so grateful.
This is an excellent workshop for anyone wishing to set goals in any aspect of their life led by Gemma Hillier-Moses, our MOVE Charity Founder, 5k Your Way co-founder and Cancer Rehab Instructor.
Gemma talks through a brilliant and simple system for setting goals whilst giving great examples as well as talking through the methods that have worked for her.
Thank you so much to Gemma for leading this excellent and useful workshop. We'd love to hear what goals you're setting for yourself!
This workshop is led by the fantastic Sarah Russell MSc, she is a Clinical Exercise Specialist, a Clinical Pilates Instructor, the author of The Bowel Cancer Recovery Toolkit and the Founder of The Ostomy Studio.
It's fair to say Sarah is a renowned expert in her field and this is a brilliant workshop aimed at those who are 4 weeks (or more) post op after any type of abdominal surgery including stoma, stoma reversal or any other type.
Thank you so much Sarah, we really appreciate you leading this.
Are you struggling with cancer related fatigue?
Or are you unsure why you feel tired all the time?
MOVE Charity and our 5k Your Way initiative hosted a Cancer Related Fatigue Workshop to support people diagnosed with cancer and you can watch it back here.
This was led by Gemma Hillier-Moses, our MOVE Charity Founder and Cancer Rehab Specialist.
Gemma focuses on what cancer related fatigue is, how it can effect you and provides you with ways of adapting your lifestyle to improve your symptoms.