The Mindful Way through Cancer
Has your life been impacted by cancer?
In the past? Now? Worry and uncertainty about the future?
It can be a difficult time, even years afterwards to work through these struggles. The Sanctuary is here to offer a space to explore a mindful path through these challenging life experiences. Mindfulness has the potential to address many concerns including uncertainty about the future, stress, low mood, anger, unpleasant physical symptoms such as fatigue, pain, and sleep disturbance. This four week course will explore these areas. Systematic reviews (Smith et al., 2005; Matchim & Armer, 2007) and a meta-analysis (Ledesma & Kumano, 2009) provide strong evidence supporting the use of mindfulness meditation and related practices for cancer patients and survivors.
The Mindful Way Through Cancer includes mindfulness and self-compassion practices, coping skills, group sharing and creative exercises as a way of responding to life through awareness, self-compassion and intention.
Please see course details below. Places limited.
Duration: 4 Weeks
Day: Tuesday Evenings 6:00 – 7:30
Dates: 28th May – 18th June
Cost: €75 0r €65 for OAP/Student/Unwaged
The facilitator, Adie Clarke, is a Mindfulness Facilitator with both personal experience (her own cancer journey), and professional experience (ARC Cancer Support Services) in this area.
Adie’s Motto is:
‘Whether we’re eight or eighty, abnormal is normal, and we’re all trying to get through the day the best way we can, one breath at a time.’