THE TROJAN PROGRAMME IS AS FOLLOWS:
Upcoming events 2019
Wednesday 16th October
The Rational Behind 5-a-day and the importance of blood sugar regulation.
Have you ever wondered why it is that we should be eating at
least five portions of fruit and vegetables each day? And, if you are
not over weight why should you bother trying to keep your sugar intake
Ellie's nutrition talk will give you the nutrition facts which lie behind
the health messages we so often hear. She will be explaining the benefits
of different fruits and vegetables and exactly why 5-a-day is so important.
She will also explain how peaks and troughs in blood sugar levels damage
your long term health and how to grow a healthy gut microbiome which will
enhance your immune system and support your whole body health.
Ellie Holly BSc (Hons) Herbal Medicine; MCPP:ITEC
Wednesday 20th November 2019
The PINC Cancer Rehabilitation Programme
This will be an interactive education session sharing experiences
and introducing the group to the concepts behind the PINC Cancer Rehab
Programme. Liz is keen to help women understand and realise how specialist
physiotherapy and individually prescribed exercise can help them cope
with side effects, heal as well as possible and function to optimal levels
through every stage of their cancer treatment and recovery. Her belief
is that there is a type of exercise that suits everyone and this is always
relative, especially when working with people who have complex medical
histories and health needs. The benefits of movement and exercise go far
beyond just the physical
Liz Yull, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, APPI Cert Pilates Inst.,MCSP,
HCPC Registered Certified PINC Cancer Rehab Physiotherapist of Pilates
Wednesday 11th December 2019
Buffet, music (Michele returns with her guitar) raffle and lots of festive
fun. Free to all of our members. Guests are welcome for a donation of
£10 per person payable in advance of the party.
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