W.E.L.L. Women Exercise Laughter Life
We know that regular exercise has enormous benefits for our general health and wellbeing, and in the prevention of diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.
For women diagnosed with breast cancer, regular exercise during and following treatment has been shown to improve both physical and emotional health, and overall quality of life. It can help to improve body weight, muscle strength, confidence, mood, depression and anxiety; and manage some of the physical side effects of breast cancer treatment, such as pain and fatigue.
We’re seeking your input and invite women pre and post-op to join Brooke, our Exercise Physiologist, for afternoon tea and an informal chat about your needs and what you would like out of an exercise group on…
Friday 13 March 2015 from 1.30pm
Bulmer/Bakewell Rms @ GLCH Lakes Entrance
Contact Brooke Palfreyman on 5155 8300 if you would like further details
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