Who can take this course?

If you have had breast cancer this course is for you. If you have experienced pain, swelling or stiffness after surgery, this course if for you. If you want to be proactive in your post cancer care and learn ways to recognize and prevent the side effects from creeping into your life, this course is for you. If you are a caregiver and want to learn more to prevent the side effects so you can help encourage and support a cancer survivors, this course is for you. If you want to empower yourself, prevent and conquer the side effects of breast cancer, we’ve got your back!

Come join us for fun and interactive learning with an experienced medical professional that has helped hundreds of survivors on their road to recovery!


Why take this course

Identify and Assess side effects of breast cancer like pain, swelling and tightness.
Self treat with therapy techniques: manual lymph drainage, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, exercise, yoga, breath control, relaxation and visualization.
Know when seek professional help.
Join a community of strong women, meet new friends, share experiences, share your new knowledge with other survivors, advocate to empower yourself and empower others!

Course Description

If you are a breast cancer survivor, come join us for a day seminar to learn how to prevent and conquer the side effects of breast cancer that no one talks about.

Whether you recently beat cancer or are a long standing warrior, empower yourself with knowledge.

About the teacher

Michelle Rice graduated from Vanderbilt University with a baccalaureate degree in Human and Organizational Development. She received her Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami. She has worked at the world-renowned Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia and she brings twenty years of experience in pain management, orthopedic rehabilitation, and cancer recovery care. She specializes in breast cancer recovery by teaching women to prevent and conquer the side effects after breast cancer.

Michelle lives in Sebring, Florida with her husband and five children and is a native to South Florida. She is a certified yoga instructor and incorporates mindful meditation and yoga exercises into her practice. She is also lymphedema certified and helps patients with both upper and lower extremity lymphedema. In her free time, she dedicates herself to her community, family, and children.