Here's how you can build strength at home

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What about exercise and Lymphaoedema? Excellent information here

Come Nordic Walking with me at The Haven, Fulham. Monday mornings.

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You can find me at Maggie's West London on tuesdays and Thursdays.

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Why is exercise so important after cancer? Click here

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Nordic walking is an excellent way to get your oomph back


This is my specialist area, and my passion. If you, or someone you're close to, would like to take up exercise after cancer treatment, you've come to the right place.

Exercise for cancer patients is immensely important - not only can it make you feel more well but it can help treatment to be more effective. It can make you feel much, much better after treatment and, ultimately exercise can help to stop cancer coming back.

Cancer treatment can leave you feeling tired and drained. Or relieved, or ecstatic, or just keen to get on with life again.

Embarking on an exercise regime might be the furthest thing from your mind right now, but consistent clinical evidence shows that if cancer survivors take regular exercise, their disease is less likely to return.Regular exercise can help you sleep better, improve your energy levels considerably and help you feel a sense of wellness that might have been missing for a while.

Knowing where to start can be difficult. That's where I come in. I will help and support you, make sure what you do will be safe as well as effective.We'll start gently - indoors, outdoors, whatever you'd prefer - and before long you will have your oomph back.