After cancer retreat – a retreat for men and women

After cancer retreat – a retreat for men and women

Battling cancer is not an easy pursuit. It changes you in ways that often cannot be expressed, sometimes making you feel lost or having the expectation that you should be feeling better than you are. Sometimes your energy levels or confidence can be low or sometimes, you just feel a bit disconnected from everyone. This is a very normal feeling.

Founder Sue Wilson has direct experience with exactly how you are feeling and that’s why she has designed a retreat to help support you while you integrate back into your normal life – whatever that may look like post cancer treatment.

Join others that have experienced cancer treatment on a journey of self-discovery through rest, sharing, nutrition, and most importantly, healing. In a guided group you will be connecting with others by sharing your story, understanding how your energy system and meditation can help heal and engaging in activities that will help nourish the body and mind.

There will be plenty for opportunities for self reflection with structured times for rest and me time. A range of nutritious food options for those with different palettes and dietary requirements will also be available.

When:

Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th September 2021

Where:

Beautiful, credible accommodation in a natural setting with a selection of options to choose from.

Time:

Start 3.00pm Friday and finish after lunch Sunday

How much:

$2,500 – this includes accommodation and nutritious food

How to register:

Email [email protected] with subject line ‘After cancer retreat’

Schedule

Friday afternoon

– Arrive and settle in
– Welcome and share
– Life before cancer – what was it and what aspects do you wish to keep
– Setting your after cancer intention
– Fire ceremony to acknowledge and release the trauma from the healing journey 

Saturday morning

– Arrive and settle in
– Welcome and share
– Life before cancer – what was it and what aspects do you wish to keep
– Setting your after cancer intention
– Fire ceremony to acknowledge and release the trauma from the healing journey 

Saturday afternoon

– Making sense of diet and how to integrate this into your new life
– Developing your plan taking from Donna Gates
– Body Ecology
– Dr Joseph Mercola – fat for fuel

– Jane McLelland – starving cancer

• Fasting – intermittent and longer term
• Fermented foods

– Journal contemplation (massage) 

Saturday evening

– Nutritious dinner
– Movement and sound to switch off the ego and connect with body, self and spirit.

Sunday morning

– Personal journal swim meditation
– Nourishing breakfast
– Mindset – how does this play a role how to observe, become aware and reframe. 

Sunday noon

– Lunch, massage, journal and swim
– Planning for the future. What does stepping out mean? What is the next step? What is the support and accountability available for you?

Finish 3pm