SESSION 4

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ADVOCACY, ACUPUNCTURE and  STRESS

Kelley Mondesire     Traditional Chinese Med.USA

Having the right person to support you-  asking the right questions and making good  choices is important and reduces stress. Calming can also be achieved through acupuncture.

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FOLLOW A YOGA SESSION

Linda Scheele    Yoga Therapy  .USA

Having the right breath pattern can energize your body better. Follow Linda to see what a yoga session for cancer survivors can feel like.

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DESIGNING A THERAPEUTIC YOGA CLASS for Cancer Survivors

Jean DiCarlo- Wagne  Yoga Instructor Trainer, USA

Yoga  sessions need to be adapted to care for the side effects of breast cancer. Learn about the important issues and current model of instructor training in USA.

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EXERCISE and BALANCE

Carol Michaels                  Exercise Specialist     USA

Choosing safe exercise options is important when one is deconditioned, has joint pain or nerve damage Falls risk are increased for people with these issues and this needs to change.

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 HAIR CARE

Morag Currin                          Aesthetics , Canada

Esthetics ( beauty treatments)  after breast cancer do need to consider the side effects. Morag presents hair care before, during and after chemo so you can plan ahead.

Brows also require significant planning  for the right placement of the brows.

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Emma McGeorge talks about menopausal vaginal changes: early awareness, non invasive interventions, being bold & proactive   Day 3 

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yes I'm totally agree 💓 I love you already 🙋I'm a cancer survivor 🤗 thanks for sharing your video 👍👍👍👍👍 (Day3 Lisa VN)

 

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This is so helpful!

It explained to me that I was running on adrenaline. Now I know and understand I can do something about it. Thanks, Lou!!!

(Day 2 Lou James)

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 Hi Denise,

I just want to say thank you so much for organising the Breast Cancer Summit.  I am a physio in country ( Australia)  and have just started doing cancer rehab.  I did the PINC training last year and feel very much like a beginner. 

 

 I planned to just view the presentations on fatigue, exercise and cording.  However I have so far viewed almost all of them. 

 

Each one has been inspiring and educational.  It must be a big effort to coordinate it , so thank you, 

Please know that it is making a difference!