Friday lunchtimes throughout April are your opportunity to leave your busy mind, brush off the week and connect with your inner place of peace, with the calming vibes of Shiatsu touch and Acupressure.
Together we will explore Shiatsu-based practices that you can use at any time to get some easy ‘R and $’.
You will discover the powerful meridian on your arms, and use thumbs and palms to apply pressure that will ignite soothing vibes, relaxing head and heart.
This is the second year that I am supporting Bowel Cancer UK’s ‘Step Up for 30 campaign’. Following my dad’s experience of bowel cancer six years ago, I know firsthand how difficult a cancer diagnosis can be.
Join me online this Friday
The first End of Week Wind Down is Friday 8th April at 12.30pm (UK time) for 30 minutes, and every Friday in April thereafter.
Each session builds on the knowledge and practices shared in the previous one. By the end of April, you will have some new essential life skills, to make use of whenever you need.
How to get involved
Donate to my JustGiving page – I will then send the link to the session.
About bowel cancer
Did you know bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK and the second biggest cancer killer? Know the facts – read here.
My dad’s story
A random blood test highlighted his extreme anaemia. Doctors were alarmed and investigated further. A cancerous growth was discovered in his bowel that was using his iron to grow. Though quite advanced, his age as an older person (67 years old) prevented it from spreading voraciously.
Keyhole surgery and six months of chemo treatment helped him to full remission. He was already fit and healthy, which also helped his recovery. He didn’t experience any of the symptoms below and was doing the regular test for bowel cancer. His only symptom was a random nerve spasm in one of his legs.
Read more about his story.
Are you or someone you know trying to cope with an early diagnosis?
Get in touch to explore how individual online sessions with self-Shiatsu and Acupressure could support you through this difficult time.