Pink Pampers Gives Breast Cancer Sufferers Spa Day

This Friday, November 2nd, 100 Australian women with breast cancer will receive a free day of pampering at Wylies Baths on Neptune Street in Coogee. The day, which is part of a ‘Sunshine Centre’ initiative, was arranged by Sally Park as her project in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Programme, will feature massages, meditation, tai chi, yoga, nutritional advice, life coaching and more.

Park, who is herself in remission from breast cancer, is creating the Sunshine Centre initiative to ongoingly have ‘Pink Pamper’ days to make a difference for those with cancer, says she knows the difference this can make from personal experience:

“At the height of my cancer treatment, when I had no hair and my face was all puffed up, it was amazing to be able to have a massage and a facial and enjoy the feeling of being pampered and made to feel special,” she said.

“It is this feeling I would like to share with people.”

This first event will be taking place from 10am – 2pm. For more information or to attend, callĀ 0478021799.

 

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