Our online programmes aim to cultivate body awareness and promote inner peace. These gentle practices can be completed anytime, anywhere. Their aim is to help participants enhance their body’s vitality and relax their mind to achieve a greater sense of well-being.
We produce many high-quality videos and audio resources to encourage people to practice our programmes at home regularly, and to meet the needs of Chinese individuals overseas who are affected by cancer.
Mandala has a long history in different cultures with a symbolic meaning of the universe and wholeness. The word 'mandala' means 'sacred circle' in Sanskrit. Mandala art often has geometric patterns with a circular shape but with a central point, representing the connectivity and continuity of life. Carl Jung was a huge advocate of mandala as he viewed it as a way to visually express the human self.
This series of videos demonstrate Pilates exercises especially designed for cancer patients. Through gentle movements, it will help you to restore and regain mobility in specific parts of your body, while strengthening and connecting your core muscles.
No yoga experience required. Through breath, you could relax your eyes, shoulders, arms and legs with the very easy movements. Hope you will have a quality time in the waiting room with a relaxed mind! The best part is it can be practiced at any time!
There are more wellness videos in Cantonese and in Mandarin. To view them, please click Here.
Or you may Download Cancer Fund Support Centre Newsletter for more details.
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