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F
or more than a decade, Yes to Life has been
raising awareness of the power of Integrative
Medicine to improve the outcome of cancer
treatment. One of the key ways of doing this has
been through our ongoing and steadily growing
programme of public events. This month's article
focuses in on this aspect of the charity's work, to let
you know what is on offer that could be of benefit
to you or someone you know, but also to show why
it is so important to support the work of the charity.
On the following pages, Mindfulness expert, Clare
McLusky, writes in some more depth about the
practice of mindfulness, and introduces the up-
coming Yes to Life Mindfulness Workshop.
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Our workshops are a great way to dip your toe in
the water with something you've not tried before,
to find out if it works for you. Typically, group sizes
are fairly small, they're very friendly affairs, and best
of all, you get a chance to try something new. The
range of topics is wide, and growing all the time,
ranging from staples such as cookery and nutrition,
yoga, mindfulness and exercise, to art and laughter
therapy! The workshops are always led by experts
who specialise in supporting people with cancer,
and who have a deep understanding of the daily
challenges attendees are facing. We are continually
adding more locations to bring these workshops to
more people.
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by Robin Daly
Founder & Chairman, Yes to Life
Power to the
People
Empowering the public with
information about Integrative
Medicine for cancer