Online Holistic Support: Cancer Project         

     For people affected by or recovering from cancer 


This project offers holistic support online for people affected or recovering from cancer. 

 

The lotus flower brings the message of hope and brings us closer to our higher self. The lotus grows in deep mud, deeply connected to the Earth. Through our roots or our illness, like the lotus flower, we can rise above the surface and harvest the spiritual gift that an illness such as  cancer can bring to our life.

 

 

Project: Donate What You Can

 

Who qualifies?

People affected by or recovering from cancer

If you are carying for someone with cancer, then you qualify to access our carers' project.

 

Click on the icon below to donate

 

Your donation supports some of the core costs and volunteer costs of this project. We really would like this project to be accessible to all who feel a holistic approach can help them.

If you cannot afford a donation, you can access this project for FREE.

 

Important info

All our volunteers are qualified and PVG (Protecting Vulnerable Groups) registered.


A session in the project is 1 hr sometimes 1 1/2 hrs. Times of the sessions vary depending on what you choose so please check in the system at the time of your booking.

Due to lack of volunteers qualified in oncology holistic care and due to current restrictions, we are only able to offer the following sessions online: Shamanic sessions, Feather Stone Energy Healing, REIKI and CBT counselling.

 

We hope our work will help you in many ways and levels.

   

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In memory of our beloved trustee Anne Henderson who lived with cancer for over twelve years. She was a great supporter of the holistic ways and supported our many projects financially and as a trustee for many years.

Also in Memory of Pawel Kosinski who lived with cancer for 2 Months. He was a user of our services for many years and developed this website.   

We are eternally grateful to Pawel and Anne for their generous hearts.