Empowering Your Recovery

I am currently taking a break from clinic while developing some exciting new ways to help a greater number of women with breast cancer. I’m hoping to launch my first workshop session in Spring 2020. Please sign up to the waitlist for updates as details emerge.  

In July 2019 several respected healthcare institutions called for changes to the delivery of cancer care across the UK with greater focus on ‘prehabilitation’, including nutrition, exercise and psychological support’ to improve treatment options, side effects and recovery. It’s something I’ve been advocating for years, and something I’m uniquely qualified to provide.

Power Through Breast Cancer condenses twenty-two years of survivorship and sixteen years of clinical experience into a few hours of life-changing coaching: a springboard to making more informed choices about your future. By focussing my practice on Breast Cancer I empower clients to understand their diagnosis, ask better questions, withstand more treatment, manage side effects, identify personal risk factors, recover more quickly, and alleviate fear and uncertainty. Diet and lifestyle changes can completely reprogram your body. Nutrigenetic Testing adds a powerful layer of personalisation.

My advice is based on a empowering new understanding of cancer as a metabolic disease, designed to complement and synergise with conventional treatment and complementary strategies to improve survival outcomes. Learn more by watching this short film.

A cancer diagnosis is something we all dread, but it can also be a wake up call to reclaim our power, restore our health and revamp our lives.

When you’re ready please book a free exploratory chat.

The plethora of books and advice out there is confusing to say the least.  Your ability to distil the latest research and give sensible practical advice on how to make changes to our diets I personally find invaluable.

Rachel

Thank you for reigniting my fighting spirit, it was what I wanted out of yesterday.  I’m holding my head higher today.

Clare