LIFE Webinar Series
Next program starts June 2, 2015
Registration is open for the 4 part series and is now FREE.
InspireHealth’s LIFE Webinar Series is a cancer care education program that you can access online from anywhere in Canada, including at your home or office. Four live sessions are provided in a convenient online format in which you can ask questions to a health practitioner.
Recordings are sent out within 24 hours of each session so you can watch at your leisure.
Through this program you learn powerful ways to prevent cancer, alleviate symptoms of cancer treatment, reduce the likelihood of recurrence, and optimize your body’s healing potential.
This program is open to anyone who is eager to take an active role in their own health and well-being. This program is right for you if:
- you have received a cancer diagnosis, recent or past, or
- you are supporting someone with cancer, or
- you are interested in cancer prevention.
You will need a high-speed internet connection to participate.
Part 1: Foundations of Healing
Learn an optimal integrative cancer care approach to engage the mind, body, spirit and immune system and create a solid foundation for health and healing.
- How current research on the immune system is reshaping our understanding of cancer.
- The role chronic inflammation plays in cancer development.
- The 11 characteristics associated with people who have had remarkable recoveries from advanced cancer.
- The role of stress reduction and the mind-body connection in cancer care.
- How lifestyle choices affect recovery, reduce the risk of recurrence, and improve quality of life.
- The importance of psycho-social support and spiritual connection.
Part 2: Nutrition - Inspired to Eat Healthy
This module will teach you the key areas for nutritional change to enhance your health. Even small changes to your diet help to optimize your body's healing potential. Learn:
- What has happened to food? Talking through the change in our food sources and how this has affected our health.
- What is the role of food in our body and why it really is important to pay attention to what we eat? Returning to the concept of food as medicine.
- What makes a healing diet for you as an individual? A look at the most potent anti-cancer foods to include in your diet.
- The importance of hydration - the whys, when, how, and whats.
- The significance of how we eat - what types of foods to put together, the mental/emotional state of eating, the timing throughout the day, etc.
Part 3: Self-care and Support
This dynamic webinar explores ways of discovering deeper levels of awareness, strategies to manage stress and how we can support authentic, healthy communication.
- The importance of being kind to yourself
- The benefits of reducing stress and ways to do it
- Acknowledging the value of your inner experience and how it can impact behaviour
- Healthy and effective communication
- The role of social connection in health and benefits of social support
Part 4: Physical Activity - Inspired to Move
Understand how exercise can help prevent cancer, reduce side effects and enhance the effectiveness of cancer treatments. You’ll learn how simple and intentional movement helps you feel better and contributes to your health and well-being.
- The benefits of physical activity and exercise
- What types of activities are best
- How much to exercise, how often and how intense
- The importance of strength training
- How to move through personal barriers to becoming physically active.
- How to stay motivated and have fun!
Next Webinar Series Schedule
Jun. 2, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Pacific), Foundations of Healing
Jun. 9, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Pacific), Self-care and Support
Jun. 16, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Pacific), Nutrition - Inspired to Eat Healthily
Jun. 23, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Pacific), Physical Activity - Inspired to Move
Jun. 30, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Pacific) How understanding your brain can empoer your life - By Dr. Rob Rutledge, oncologist and support group leader and author.
Recent brain science shows we can change our brains in a positive way through simple daily habits like practicing relaxation and 'taking in the good'.
Dr Rob Rutledge, oncologist and support group leader, will share how this information can
help people cope with cancer.
Learn ways to:
• Calm yourself in stressful situations
Date: Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Time: 7 p.m. Atlantic Standard Time
• Reframe distressing thoughts and emotions To view online: Go to CancerConnection.ca
• Think more clearly and function better To attend in person: 1276 South Park Street
• Live your life in a more calm, caring and
The following services are also included:
- 100-page Integrative Cancer Care Guide (pdf)
- Access to video recordings of all 5 sessions for one month.
- Weekly online meditation class
- Monthly “Hot Topic” nutrition webinars
For More Information
Email Mark Fernandes, Virtual Centre Manager at email@example.com
Or call us at 1-888-734-7125