Then I came across all the research around exercise and cancer. I had already started walking but I knew I needed to do more so again slowly, at baby steps, I added exercise to my daily routine. On my worst days, I would drag my self for a walk around the block, on my best days, I would ride my bike outside or inside (on a wind trainer), work on some resistance training(at home) but the best thing I did was yoga. I found a Youtube chanel that I liked, that I felt connected to and I practiced yoga as much as I could at home.
My body started to feel stronger even though I was being hammered by chemotherapy every 2-3 weeks. I carried on reading about the body, the mind, the whole body mind connection. I was searching for ways to get back into balance, to help my body to heal.
I focussed on being grateful, on living the present moment, on the NOW.
I then knew I needed to tackle my emotional state of mind, my thoughts, the ugly things that were inside myself making me sick and that was hard…but it needed to be done and again slowly I started working on observing my thoughts, focussing on the positives in any situation, controlling my emotions and going through all the emotional baggage that didn’t serve me anymore.
I am proud to say that everything that I did during my cancer treatment paid off big time, all my hard work was worthy it. I feel I am a changed person after cancer, I haven’t gone back to my old habits in regards to food, I still exercise every day and my mental state is happy and grateful. This picture was taken 4 months after I had finished chemotherapy (and 2 months after a hysterectomy), no make up, no editing… this is me…
This is how I can help you
Set and achieve goals around physical, emotional and spiritual life.
Diet changes (that are sustainable for you and your family) – this is not another fad diet plan. This is a new way of eating and looking at food.
Exercise routine ( I have done a variety of different exercises mostly from home and for free)
Increase motivation by connecting to your true self
How to cultivate selflove
Make life changes by replacing old habits that don’t serve you with new habits
Change limiting beliefs
Increase their emotional wellbeing