Pink Coffee Morning – Life after breast cancer surgery

Physiofit Woman is hosting a Pink Coffee Morning this Sunday, 21 October at 11.30am in their clinic on the Kylemore Road, Dublin 12.

This combined coffee morning and talk aims at educating and empowering women after cancer.

Organiser Deborah Fernandes, MISCP, says, “There is so much that we can do in terms of Oncology Physiotherapy, to help minimise the consequences of surgery and as Emma Hannigan said in her book “Talk to the Headscarf”, LIFE IS FOR LIVING, so let us live well!”

Deborah will share her 23 years of experience as a Chartered Physiotherapist in Women’s Health and as a Lymphoedema Therapist, covering the following:

  • Lymphoedema
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Scar Treatment and Care
  • Movement & Exercise
  • Massage

Special guests, Regina Quinn, MPSI from Cunnigham’s Pharmacy in Bray, will be talking about compression garments and the process of being fitted for them.

Sangita Jhamb, Qualified Reflexology Therapist from Happy Souls Holistic, will talk about the physical and emotional benefits of reflexology during and after cancer. All attendees will receive a 20% discount on a first Reflexology session with Sangita during the month of November.

This Pink Coffee Morning is also a tribute to Emma Hannigan and all pink warriors.

Donations:
This event is FREE. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated and your support will go to Breast Cancer Ireland. 

“Life is very simple. What we give out, we get back…”
Louise Hay

Places are limited to 20 people so please book yours in advance by emailing: info@physiofitwoman.ie or registering your interest on the Physiofit Woman Facebook Pink Coffee Morning event.

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