'Wellness For Cancer' workshop
......living a happier, healthier, more peaceful life.
2 and 3rd December
Join the founder of Wellness for Cancer Julie Bach and aromatherapist Sharla Charney for a weekend exploring and re-creating
Wellness For Cancer 2-Stage Approach to Cancer Aware Training
Our 2-staged Approach to Training
The Wellness for Cancer program typically works on a two-staged approach in training to ensure full competency in serving guests with cancer. The online modules deliver a solid foundation on processes, worksheets, tools and the knowledge required to work with clients healing from cancer. Then live hands-on practice to review the application of protocols and material the trainee has learned from the online program.
Cancer Aware Foundations - Stage 1: Online Training ( 12 hrs to 18hrs)
This provides training for therapists, healers and all supporting roles in the Health Retreat, including the following:
Training videos: An extensive collection of lecture-based sessions and practical training covering detailed information from specialist oncology doctors and professionals within the field.
Business Resources: A range of supporting documents covering important statistics and worksheets, which bring the training to life. It provides the tools to support therapists in their working treatments and lays down the framework of their care. These include working documents such as consultation forms, worksheets and a variety of written protocols depending on the client’s presenting condition.
Learning Lab: This includes online tutorials and additional support videos with valuable advice when working with clients suffering from cancer.
Practical: Stage 2 – Live (12hrs to 18 hrs subject to completed modules)
The second stage of training is a practical session to provide therapists with the skills to perform cancer aware treatments and adapt these for clients. The session starts with the following recap of the Online Training Experience:
Cancer Aware Framework for a personalized session – the principles behind the Cancer Aware training program and guidelines.
Body Changes – side effects of cancer and changes affecting how to treat your guest.
Building Blocks of Touch – guidelines on the level of touch and when to adapt.
Key Take-Aways – Bringing the training together and providing a framework to use as a reminder after training for ensuring guest safety.
Register now – email
Free introductory evening Friday, November 2016 7.00pm-8.30pm
Workshop - 2nd Saturday and 3rd Sunday, December 2016 8.00am – 3.00pm
Call Sharla for more information on 0413 058648, or email me at
About the facilitators
Sharla Charney - is originally from the UK and has traveled extensively in her quest for self-discovery and healing knowledge. Establishing several successful wellness centers throughout India and South East Asia, most recently in Singapore, Sharla has over 22 years experience in the spa and wellness industry. Sharla has created world class spa treatments for Molton Brown, teaches spa management training and is an experienced spa consultant. She is qualified in an array of therapies, specializing in aromatherapy, massage, meditation and yoga
Trends In Cancer
Cancer is a lifestyle disease…
Only 5-10% of all cancer cases are attributed to genetic defects, whereas the remaining 90-95% of cancer cases have their roots in environment and lifestyle components. Lifestyle factors include cigarette smoking, diet, alcohol, sun exposure, environmental pollutants, infections, stress, obesity and physical inactivity.
Well-Being Opportunities Exist For Individuals and Retreats
Guest during cancer treatment:
1 in 3 individuals will experience pain after their medical cancer treatments.
7 in 10 guests undergoing cancer treatment experience fatigue.
1 in 4 cancer patients experience depression.
Less than 1 in 5 receive emotional support from their doctors.
At diagnosis, 1 in 2 individuals have some form of nutritional deficiency.