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As a Breast Cancer, Surviour I know that we are not defined by our illness we have physical, mental and emotional needs to process. Sound helped me during my treatment and continues to every day of my life.  As a sound therapist, I am privileged to help people with illnesses, life-limiting beliefs 

and much more with sound baths and 1:2:1 treatment.

Sonja Gundry

October 2018 

Elizabeth Hurley came to Breast Cancer Haven Titchfield to bring awareness to the charity  she has been involved with Estee Lauder in the research of breast cancer for 30 years in which they are looking at cortisol levels in the body and how to reduce this at times of stress  

I was privileged to have her visit my sound bath session

Sound Therapy for Breast Cancer 

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​Elizabeth Hurley supporting therapies and research for Breast Cancer at 

​Breast Cancer Haven Wessex

On the Gongs Sonja Gundry  

with Marian Parfitt & Elizabeth Hurley 

Dealing with breast cancer at Christmas

Breast Cancer Haven

Christmas can be a time with high expectations of happy gatherings, but when you have a diagnosis of breast cancer, it may not bring the laughter and joy that is expected. It may be exhausting trying to carry on with the festivities and putting on a brave face for others. You may also not have shared the news so that people treat you no differently to normal.

Whatever your situation, the pressure and exhaustion of dealing with a diagnosis, treatment or the aftermath of treatment can be huge and with the expectation of Christmas, the impact is emotionally tiring.

We all process information in our own unique way through our own ‘life lens’ – through our own thoughts, feelings, and memories. It is important to make some ‘ME’ time to be able to step away, breathe, release the brave face and be able to relax and be yourself.

Christmas comes and goes and the challenges we face may remain. Whatever is here and lies ahead, Breast Cancer Haven is here to support you. It is important to look after yourself with care and kindness over this festive period and beyond.

- Sonja, a therapist at  Wessex Cancer 

“At Breast Cancer Wessex 

Elizabeth Hurley & A Passionate Sound Practitioner  'me'

Men get Breast Cancer too 

Listen to Glenn Coopers 

story on 

Radio Solent  Julian Cleggs 


Thank you for talking about it 

with Marian Parfitt Breast Cancer Haven Titchfield Manager 

I thank Glenn for the amazing support as volunteer and ambassador for Breast Cancer Haven for speaking out and up in his wonderfully funny courageous and knowledgeable way and especially for highlighting that men get Breast Cancer too.

With Gratitude 

Sonj and the team 

Sadly Glenn Passed Away but remains in the memories and hearts of all those who knew him.

He was a great ambassador for the awareness of

 male breast cancer  and would want the awareness of this to carry on for the hope of others 


Rest in Peace 


Sadly missed but absolutely never forgotten  


You can hear it online at at 1:10:10

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