Surf and Wellbeing Retreats for Adults Impacted by Cancer

About SeaChange Retreats

Led by Dr Helen Reynolds, Specialist Clinical Psychologist, Dr Bhavna Oza, NHS Doctor and Dannie MacLennan, Project Coordinator, SeaChange Retreats are bespoke retreats for adults impacted by cancer. Through surfing, yoga, mindfulness and specialist workshops, we offer participants the opportunity to take time out for themselves – to strengthen physically and emotionally; to feel restored and nourished; and to build connections with others with similar experiences. Supported by research and evidence, and guided by feedback and consultation, we are proud to offer our retreats to the cancer community.

Our Retreats

A chance to experience your first surfer’s stoke, come together for a recovery-focused workshop and be nourished with yoga, mindfulness and delicious food.

Develop your surf skills, join our recovery-focused workshops & wellbeing activities, and be suitably nourished whilst sharing experiences in good company.

Fully immerse yourself with a wide program of surf sessions, recovery workshops and wellbeing activities, alongside others with shared experiences.

Retreat Activities

Following consultation with adults recovering from cancer, cancer-care and carers specialists and in line with current research, we have developed a tailor-made program of activities and workshops to support wellbeing. Find out more below.

Who We Are

Specialist Clinical Psychologist,
Surf Instructor and RLSS Lifeguard

Project Coordinator

Qualified NHS Doctor

Evidence Behind The Retreats

Our mission at SeaChange Retreats is to ensure that we are delivering safe, effective and evidence based interventions. Each element of our program is founded on clinical research and consultation with cancer survivors and professionals working in the field of oncology. Find out more here about why we are doing what we are doing, and why we are doing it where we are.

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