Yoga both relaxes and energises the body and mind and brings vitality, flexibility, strength, concentration, self-confidence and emotional calm.Read more
Qi gong can be helpful with recovering from the side-effects of breast cancer treatment including immobility and fatigue. It can also be helpful with lowering stress levels.Read more
Mindfulness meditation is about bringing attention and awareness into the present moment to create more ease in our lives.
Nordic Walking is based on cross-country skiing. It will work your whole body without impacting too much on your back, knees and ankles.Read more
Yoga at Breast Cancer Haven is designed for people with, or who have had breast cancer. It is slow and gentle and uses modified postures and supports where necessary.Read more
Ear acupuncture can be helpful for a range of breast cancer symptoms and side-effects including hot flushes, night sweats, insomnia, anxiety and depression.Read more
Pilates focuses on stretching and strengthening the whole body to improve balance, muscle strength, flexibility and posture.Read more