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Due to the Government’s movement of COVID-19 alert levels, Look Good Feel Better has postponed in-person community classes. The safety of their participants, volunteers, facilitators, and venue staff is their top priority. For this reason, all community classes are postponed until the Government advises that we are back at Level 1.
Article supplied by PINC and STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation.
More than 3000 people receive a breast cancer diagnosis every year in NZ and too many know that successfully...
Busting With Life dragon boat team had a very successful Regionals competition on the 14th March at Lake Pupuke Auckland, winning bronze in the 200 m and 500 m races and a gold in the 2 km.
Article supplied by Pinc and Steel Cancer Rehabilitation
"Whilst life as we know it has been put on hold, cancer rehab needs are not, and recovery can continue." Denise, Pinc&Steel Physiotherapist
Kenzie's Gift provides individual therapy packages for children and young adults experiencing grief and loss after a bereavement or diagnosis of serious illness within the family.
PINC&STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation NZ is proud to launch the details of the first ever worldwide ‘Cancer Rehab Awareness Week Campaign'
Have you or someone you know had breast cancer and want to try something new?
Come and give dragon boating a go.
It's fun, great for fitness and proven to be beneficial for breast cancer survivors. Come and find out what dragon boating is all about at one of our monthly regattas over the winter from May onwards.
Become part of a team of women who participate in this sport whilst having a huge amount of fun. We'd love you to join us.
Look Good Feel Better FREE classes are for any person, facing any cancer, at any time in their treatment. Anyone who has been diagnosed and is undergoing treatment for cancer can register.
This article was written by Emily Searle at PINC&STEEL.
It isn’t breaking news that exercise is beneficial for everyone.