Support for cancer survivors


Now that you’ve gotten through the illness, you realize that so much has changed.  If you feel like returning to your old life isn’t an option, or if the changes are overwhelming, you are not alone! 


Physical change, relationships, careers, values –  many of us are transformed by our experience.  Many experience anxiety, anger, loneliness, and stress – not to mention the fear that the disease will return. 


— Don’t go through this alone! 


As someone who’s been there twice, I know what you are going through. 


That’s why I put together this unique set of tools, techniques and science-backed approaches to help you experience a fuller healing and recovery.  

Free tools and resources

Access free tools and resources to jumpstart your recovery and strengthen your resilience.  Or listen to inspiring stories from fellow survivors on the Bouncing Forward podcast.

Shine Into Life

 This Flagship 10-week group program leverages neuroscience to get you back on your feet,  improve your physical well-being, relieve brain fog, and overcome fear, for a healthier, fuller life. 

Individual support

Over the course of 12 weeks, this tailored program will take you through a complete transformational process, as you improve your physical recovery, regain your inner balance, light up your brain, and move into a life of true purpose and passion.

Resilience Mini-course

Learn key techniques to become more attuned, flexible, and to relieve stress and fear in this on-the-go, 6 module course.    

Neuro-movement for Cancer recovery

Through slow, subtle movements, these 8 lessons will guide you through a process of reconnection and recovery. These transformational movement lessons (TMLs) are designed to help your brain and body renew and integrate.

A few words about me…

In 2014, and then a second time in 2018 I experienced breast cancer. Like many, I went through a series of surgeries and treatments, including a total mastectomy, chemotherapy and a long course of radiation. I was left with painful side effects, some I will have to manage for the rest of my life.  During my treatment, I realized that I was getting a new chance at Life – but that I needed to do it differently. 

The illness took a lot from me, but it also gave me the greatest Gifts.  It was thanks to cancer that I became a mom in an unusual manner (through a surrogate), and my children – twins – are a source of permanent joy and constant learning.   

Thanks to my son, who lives with Down Syndrome, I discovered Anat Baniel Method Neuromovement (r) and found it so effective for both of us, that I decided to pursue professional training.  This started the beginning of my exploration of all things neuroscience, and what I call my “re-mission”: to help people like me bounce back from life’s hardest tests. 

Today, I am honoured to walk alongside people like you in their path to resilience.

Find out more

If you want to hear my full story, catch episode 1 of the Bouncing Forward podcast!
Before becoming a Coach, I studied Environmental Sciences (Master’s degree). I worked for a long time on the resilience of communities to environmental change – and today I also apply what I have learned to the individual journey.

In 2019 I completed my coaching training*, a training recognized by the International Coach Federation (ICF), of which I am a member. In October 2020, I will complete the first part of my training in Neuromouvement (r), Anat Baniel method**, as well as my training in Applied Neurosciences (a training program for coaches), and I will also become a certified Heart Math coach..

I am eternally curious about how the human brain works, so my training is continuous!


*Académie de Coaching Transformationnel ACTin

**Anat Baniel Method International

***Queen’s University

****BrainFirst Training Institute et The Priority Academy