+ Four of my best free offerings including the As We Are Now Daily Affirmations, Guide to Lymphatic Breathing, hour long webinar on Body Image for Women & Cancer, AND a 35 page Unlocking Your Confidence Guide for taking charge of your breast cancer recovery!

+ Four of my favorite podcast guest appearances where I share my story and helpful info that I've learned through my 8+ years in oncology massage and lymphatic drainage (there's even one about how Kenny Rogers helped me share my diagnosis with my mom!).

+ 8 of my favorite go-to resources and recommendations to support you in your physical, mental, and emotional recovery no matter where you are now in your journey.

What's included when you sign up? Lifetime access to:

Cancer recovery is an "and, and, and" process. To change the way you experience life in survivorship you need to be willing to get curious and even a little playful when you try new things so you can find what works for you.

+ all future resource content including new free offerings!

Breast cancer's impacts last long after treatment ends and it can be hard to know what to do do next. Get started taking charge of your own recovery and create the change you want to see in your life beyond breast cancer with these trusted resources!

We are the changemakers of our lives.

As a professional bodyworker in integrative oncology care since 2012, one thing I had going for me when I received my breast cancer diagnosis in 2017 was knowledge.

No one is ever prepared for a cancer diagnosis but I realized that I had unique education, training, and experience that helped me to understand all that was to come and how to best support myself through surgery, treatment, and beyond.

Today it is my mission to equip you with the same type of knowledge and skills so that you can make informed decisions around your health and lifestyle every day.

The offerings, resources, and recommendations shared here are your first step to empowered survivorship.

Oncology massage & lymphatic drainage therapist, woman impacted by breast cancer

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