Radical Remission Cancer Workshop – Albury
Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th May 9.00 am – 5.15 pm
Norieul Park Clubhouse, Wodonga Place
This weekend workshop is designed specifically for people dealing with a cancer diagnosis.
We deep dive into the researched Ten Healing Factors of Radical Remission – based on the lifestyle findings of Dr. Kelly Turner, US, who has researched the long term recovery stories of over 1500 people in 10 different countries over 15 years to identify the common healing factors that have created their remarkable cancer recovery stories.
Everyday people who influenced their own health outcomes by:
- Taking control of health
- Changing diet
- Using herbs and supplements
- Following intuition
- Releasing suppressed emotions
- Increasing positive emotions
- Embracing social support
- Deepening your spiritual connection
- Having strong reasons for living
This lifestyle approach to cancer is the Integrative medicine approach – supporting conventional medical treatments with researched lifestyle changes, complementary therapies and self-care aimed at optimising long term health outcomes and preventing recurrence.
Liz Stilwell, your Radical Remission teacher & facilitator, was previously a senior retreat leader for The Gawler Cancer Foundation, Yarra Valley, leading weekly Lifestyle change programmes and residential cancer retreats. She moved from NZ in 2010 for this work.
Dip. Occupational Therapy
Master Practitioner NLP
Radical Remission Teacher
Cancer Retreat Facilitator
Meditation Teacher, MA
Our weekend programme combines teaching sessions on the Ten Healing Factors, group discussion, survivor stories, Meditation and Qi gong – loose comfortable clothing recommended.
The fee of $425.00 includes all handouts and all morning & afternoon teas.
Support persons are very welcome to attend at a reduced fee of $390.00.
Please note – due to varying dietary needs and food intolerances, Lunch is not provided – please bring your own lunch meal.
And please note – This is NOT a cancer support group. You are NOT required to tell your personal illness and treatment story to the whole group. Naturally, as we begin we have a brief introduction on the Saturday morning – simply name, where you’re from, diagnosis, and what you want from the weekend – then we move straight into the teaching sessions.
So regardless of the stage of cancer, if you are proactive and keen to support your medical treatment, your body, and optimise your health and wellbeing, this workshop is for you.
We are delighted to be joined by Kaye from Albury.
Kaye is a long term recovery story.