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June 20, 2023
4 mins read
Watch the video to see how Enliven Cancer Care has enriched Brenda’s life and the lives of
other cancer patients and survivors through its meaningful programming.
Following her initial diagnosis of stage 3 breast cancer in 2007 and the treatment’s long-term
side effects, Brenda, a new resident to Muskoka in 2020, discovered Enliven Cancer Care as a
place where she could receive support and give back to her new community. She was immediately
met with a strong sense of connection with peers, caregivers and health care providers.
"The peer support provided by Enliven's Soup for the Soul, Nia dance, fitness support, writing for wellness, and art classes have served to anchor me, provide joy and a strong connection to others in this lifelong journey."
Brenda W.,Cancer Survivor & Thriver, Enliven Cancer Care
Enliven Cancer Care is an organization helping Muskoka residents affected by cancer to live well
during and beyond a diagnosis, enhancing their quality of life and ensuring they know they are
not battling cancer alone.
With support from the Energizing Life
Community Fund, Enliven Cancer Care has launched the Movement Matters program. The
program uplifts patients by providing holistic approaches to healing through activities like
yoga, dance and exercise classes. Activities like yoga are beneficial to the body, mind and
soul, enabling patients to experience a greater sense of fulfillment while moving their bodies.
"The Enliven program is special. Creating space for people to come together,
move their bodies and finding connection to their breath all while opening space for support
and community is truly a gift."
Tasha Bryant,Yoga Instructor, Enliven Cancer Care
Enliven Cancer Care: (705) 787-5459
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