‘Blood Bath’ for Blood Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know around 60,000 Australians are living with a blood cancer and around 35 people are diagnosed every day?

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) and, as such, here’s your opportunity to support those in need, their caregivers, friends and families.

What better way than to jump in an ice-bath, coloured red for the occasion, and face down your fears just as these courageous people do every day of their lives. It’s more than just ice, of course, it’s a metaphor for life and of learning how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable.

So come on down to Elwood Sailing Club and join certified Wim Hof Method Instructor Asher Packman, who is on his own journey with blood cancer, as he takes you through a technique that involves breathing, meditation and a life-affirming dip in the ice.

These three elements combine to put you back in touch with your own true nature, alkalising and super-charging your body to bring about tremendous benefits to the immune, nervous and lymphatic systems.

The morning ends with some amazing treats from Raw Love Superfoods.

All proceeds from the event will go to MPN Alliance Australia. The MPNAA and the Leukaemia Foundation have collaborated to establish a dedicated fund to which your money will be donated.

For further information or to book tickets, please click here.

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