Resources We Love

Showcasing other great cancer resources to inspire, support and educate

Guy’s Physical Activity Resources

The Cancer Physiotherapy team at the Guy’s Cancer Centre, partnered with South East London Cancer Alliance and Guy’s Cancer Academy to develop a set of resources that can be used by health care professionals and people living with cancer, to encourage and support discussions about the benefits of physical activity and exercise.  

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Sleepio

Struggling with sleep? Sleepio helps you to track your sleep patterns and builds you a plan to improve your sleep quality.

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Daylight

Daylight is your expert guide through worry and anxiety. Learn how to get out of your head, face difficult emotions, and be more present for the good stuff.

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You, Me & The Big C

The coolest club you never want to be a part of… A candid look at cancer, with Steve Bland, Deborah James and Lauren Mahon.

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Get Me Back: Sarah Newman

From life after a cancer diagnosis to exercise and diet tips, there’s something everyone will find useful.

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Get Your Oomph Back

Informative, well-written and easy-to-understand blogs on how to exercise when living with and beyond cancer.

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Video Series

Videos for people living with and beyond cancer created by the West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership.

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Vicky Fox Yoga

Yoga for cancer patients at any stage of their recovery. A safe refuge to build strength, increase range of motion and reduce stress.

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Building Resilience

An inspiring video on resilience by Vicki Gilbert; a cancer survivor, amputee, Channel relay swimmer, and mum of three.

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Moving Through Cancer

A brilliant website and book by Dr Kathryn Schmitz covering the 5 steps to Moving Through Cancer.

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Prehab 4 Cancer

Supporting those newly diagnosed with cancer to engage in exercise, nutritional screening and emotional well-being.

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Pocket Medic

A series of videos on Lymphoedema and the importance of exercise, compression garments, skin care, exercise and more.

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Trekstock

Getting young adults in their 20s and 30s moving again physically, socially and psychologically after cancer.

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Ella Dawson Foundation

Providing funded access to experienced Clinical and Counselling Psychologists for those young people who need it.

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Shine Cancer Support

Supporting people in their 20s, 30s and 40s with a cancer diagnosis to navigate work, dating, finances and more.

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We Are Undefeatable

A movement supporting people with a range of long-term health conditions to get more active.

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Breathe Outside

Tailored, safe and effective outdoor activity and movement. An appealing alternative to gym-based schemes.

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The Bike Network

Supporting cancer patients, survivors and their family members by supplying them with bicycles and cycle equipment.

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HEALTHY RECIPES

A good diet, staying a healthy weight and keeping active can help you can reduce your risk of certain cancers.

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Parkwalk

An easy to follow, eight week plan to help people work towards the end goal of being able to walk 5k.

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Secondary Sisters

Two friends who are changing perceptions of living with incurable breast cancer.

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CanRehab

CanRehab is the first UK training provider to offer level 4 cancer and exercise rehabilitation courses

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Wheels for All

Resources on exercising when living with and beyond cancer, as well as general advice on healthy eating and activity.

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CANCER CARE MAP

A UK wide online directory of cancer care services, putting you in touch with the support organisations in your local area.

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MOVING MEDICINE

An awesome resource to help Health Care Professionals integrate physical activity into routine clinical care.

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MACMILLAN

Resources on exercising when living with and beyond cancer, as well as general advice on healthy eating and activity.

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