This online education tool is here to support you to be active whether you have just been diagnosed with cancer, are undergoing treatment for cancer or are recovering after cancer treatment.
Our resources include educational workshops, ‘Move Your Way’ exercise sessions, Q&A’s, as well as a range of educational blogs and articles.
*Please note that these resources give a taster of the work MOVE does but they are not specific to any particular patient or cancer diagnosis. Always listen to your body and advice from your medical team.
Informative workshops lead by cancer specialists and experts, including how to manage cancer-related fatigue, and exercising during chemotherapy.
We have a number of ‘Move Your Way’ sessions delivered by cancer rehab specialists for you to do in your own time.
Interviews with inspiring people doing incredible things despite a cancer diagnosis.
Interviews with expert professionals where we answer your questions around exercise and cancer.
Fatigue is a side effect of almost all cancer treatments and can have a huge negative impact on your life. This workshop looks at how fatigue impacts and how we can use physical activity to help manage it. Each week we look at a different aspect of physical activity and include some guided exercises and relaxation.
Join us for an evening with Dr. Melanie Thomas and Dr. Karen Morgan, as they discuss everything there is to know about lymphoedema. This workshop covers:
·Why lymphoedema may occur and the signs and symptoms
·Managing your skin
·Exercise and Movement
·Massage and scars
·Myths and Evidence
·Tricks and Tips
The workshop covers topics such as: - Chemotherapy as a treatment - Benefits of exercising and being physically active during chemotherapy - How to exercise and be physically active during chemotherapy - Health and lifestyle considerations during chemotherapy - After chemotherapy
Join our amazing Cancer Rehab Instructors Sophie and Beth, as they take you through a 30 minute exercise session. There is a standing and a seated option. Make sure you have some water on hand, and you can optionally use some light weights such as tins of beans!
The Move Against Cancer Podcast aspires to support and inspire people to move, exercise and live an active and fulfilling life despite a cancer diagnosis. We share the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.