This clinic is designed to help anyone who is preparing for, undergoing or recovering from chemo or radio therapy. For many people, the treatment process can be a particularly difficult and challenging time. Dealing with side effects and fatigue along.
Qigong (literally, ‘life energy cultivation’) is an ancient Chinese system of gentle exercises, movements, breathing and meditation techniques that support your energy and wellbeing. Movement is flowing and slow, and at a level where everyone can join in and benefit,.
Explore the wide variety of meditation techniques practiced around the world, share your experience and get ideas on how to make meditation a regular part of your routine. Usually includes some gentle movement. This group is open to anyone with.
This short course introduces you to the basics of our Bristol Whole Life Approach and how it can help you. It includes taster sessions, and a chance to ask questions of experts who understand what you’re going through. You’ll learn.
Guided relaxation exploring a range of different relaxation techniques that can help you relax wherever you are. This small drop-in group can be responsive to your individual needs and requirements with space for questions and sharing.
Also known as a type of total-body walking, Nordic walking uses poles to exercise your upper body as well as your legs, and is excellent all-over exercise that’s both gentle and accessible. This hour-long weekly group session is guided by.
This course explores the various aspects of the Bristol Whole Life Approach and how it can help you live as well as possible for as long as possible with the impacts of cancer. You’ll discover simple ways to eat well, manage.
Penny Brohn Community Choir runs every Wednesday 6:15-7:30pm during term time.
There are no auditions, and there’s no pressure to perform, just the opportunity to come along, sing your heart out and have some fun!
Participants will make a simple mould and then colour, cast and finish a pebble sized sculpture. Lovely to hold in the hand, place in the garden or wear as a pendant. All materials are provided but participants are invited to.
YogaThrive is yoga specially adapted for those affected by cancer. It combines physical postures with breathing techniques and meditation and is gentle, supportive, sociable and fun. The seven-week Beginners course is endlessly repeatable, and when you’re feeling up to stretching.