Friday, August 12, 2011


Since I was diagnosed last September with breast cancer I have been inundated with well meaning people, often people I hardly know telling me " to eat this "and "try this form of treatment" - it cured my friend!

It was difficult enough to come to terms with a medical route to recovery without hearing so many other voices of "try this instead".

At one point, while I was feeling delighted to be completing Chemotherapy, someone (who was selling a treatment ) told me that " Chemotherapy and Radiation doesn't work " but I needed this other treatment if I wanted to be well.

I am aware of the fact that the medical route doesn't cure, or even help everyone. Each individual will experience a unique journey with cancer. I know that there are many who have found their way back to health with a change of diet, and complimentary treatments instead of conventional treatments.

However, I get angry about food supplements, and treatments that make all sorts of statements, and can suggest a cure for cancer when often there is no research to back up these claims.
I've always enjoyed a healthy diet, and over the years have explored many wonderful healing arts. Yoga has however remained my first love.

Now, when someone suggests I try this or that I go on the Internet to see and check out a site on quackery! So far... it has saved me a fortune!

Please do let me know if you have experienced pressure of this kind, or whatever views you may have about the post.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Relocation -I'm on the move...

Classes in Contemporary Yoga
will start again from September 18th in my new venue (see below).
Contact me if you would like to book a place on either
 Tuesday, Wednesday, or Friday morning:  10.30am-12.30pm.
New- Tuesday Evening Class at 7pm-8.30pm ( good back care routine)
Tel 085 726 5827  or email;
All information will soon be on my website

          The Institute of Psychosocial Medicine
2 Eden Park, Summerhill Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland