Cancer Care

Helping individuals with cancer to relax, restore energy, and reduce stress.

Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be a shock and overwhelming experience. It can be difficult to process the news and come to terms with the potential life-changing implications of the diagnosis. Some common emotions people may experience include fear, anxiety, sadness, anger, and disbelief. Additionally, the financial, social, and emotional strain of cancer can all be sources of stress.
After the initial shock, there may be a lot of questions and concerns about what the diagnosis means, what the treatment options are, and what the prognosis is. It’s important to have open and honest communication with healthcare providers, family members, and friends during this time to get the information and support needed to make informed decisions about treatment.
Every individual’s experience with cancer diagnosis is unique, and it’s important to seek support from trusted sources to help navigate this challenging time. Fran is a qualified oncology massage therapist and as a volunteer at the Macmillan Centre in QA Hospital, she has an ever-increasing knowledge of the challenges one faces when living with or caring for someone with cancer.

Indian Head Massage
Talk Therapy


Restore Energy
Reduce Stress
Reduce Pain, Fatigue & Nausea
Ease Swelling
Improve Skin
Improve Look of Nails & Hands
Reduce Anxiety
Promote Emotional Healing
Improve Overall Wellbeing

The Mindful Place Subscription Service

A regular session including massage, facials, manicures and pedicures, and a selection of complimentary therapy treatments can help individuals with cancer to relax, restore energy, and reduce stress.