Monthly Archives: November 2012

Concert Support – 04.12.2012

Price: adults 19 euros, children 10 euros

PROGRAMME

1re partie, le Duo Polyface : Cécile Marichal, harpe, Vincent Ghadimi, piano

♪ Francis Poulenc (1899-1963): Nocturne N1
♪ Alexander Scriabine (1872-1915): poême op 32 N1
♪ Vincent Ghadimi (1968-): 2 Préludes voor piano
♪ Vincent Ghadimi: mémoires d’ enfance
♪ Claude Debussy (1862-1918); En bateau( arr V Ghadimi)
♪ Claude Debussy: Menuet (arr. V.GHadimi)
♪ Joaquín Turina (1882-1949): Ciclo plateresco
♪ Claude Debussy: Clair de lune ( arr V Ghadimi)
♪ Maurice Ravel (1875-1937): Introduction et allegro

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2e partie : Le quintette de la classe de harpes de Bruxelles
Esther Denis, Eugénie De Norre, Ysaline Lentze, Suzanne Chabert, Emilie Sauvage.

Ysaline Lentze (solo) jouera :
♪ Félix Godefroid / Franz Schubert: Sérénade
♪ Mikhail Glinka : Nocturne
Esther Denis (solo) jouera :
♪ John Thomas : The minstrel’s Adieu to his native land
♪ David Watkins : Fire Dance
Le quintette jouera :
♪ Gabriel Fauré : Berceuse de Dolly
♪ Claude Debussy : En bateau
♪ Alfredo Rolando Ortiz : Danza de luzma

 

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Un magasin qui rassemble des vêtements et accessoires destinés aux femmes souffrant des conséquences d’un cancer. Celui-ci est sur différents sites en Belgique.
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Comme l’aurait souhaité David Servan-Schreiber, l’équipe de guerir.org met à votre disposition gratuitement le programme e-learning « Le mode de vie anticancer », basé sur le livre « Anticancer » de David.
www.guerir.org/e-learning.htm

Action Day 2012

Cancer Research and its Progress

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Awareness Day Thursday October 11th 2012

Every year in October, the Cancer Support Group (CSG) of the Commission organises an Awareness Day centred on a particular health theme.

“Cancer Research and its Progress” is the title of this year’s event which will take place during lunchtime on Thursday 11th October in the Commission’s Berlaymont building.

A series of stands in the Berlaymont Piazza (ground floor) will be attended by representatives from various Belgian based cancer support organisations, who have been invited to provide information and present their work. In addition we have invited a number of representatives of European and international associations who have involvement in cancer research, some with funding from RTD’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), and/or patient quality life.

These include the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC), the European Cancer Organisation (ECCO), the European Network for Cancer Research in Children and Adolescents (ENCCA) the National Cancer Insitute (NCI) and the European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS).

Vice President Šefčovič is supporting this event and has kindly agreed to come along and meet the standholders.

We are again taking this opportunity to introduce our visitors to a number of well-being, relaxation practices such as Shiatsu massage, Micro-kiné and Reiki.

Round Table Discussion Thursday October 25th 2012

To enable colleagues to pose direct questions to experts in the field of Cancer Research, the Cancer Support Group is holding a second event during lunch-time on Thursday 25th October in the Commission’s Guimard building. This will take the form of a round table discussion with several panelists from the medical and research worlds who will briefly present their specialist fields and then take questions from the floor. If you wish to know more about the current state of play on cancer research and its progress then sign up via SYSLOG http://www.cc.cec/di/syslog_formation/application/catalogue.cfm?cor_id=402766

Colleagues from other institutions are more than welcome by contacting the Cancer Support Group directly.

Come and join us!

 

Standholders:

European Commission’s CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

Secrétariat général du Conseil : Groupe d’Entraide Cancer

DG SANCO

EUROPEAN COMMISSION MEDICAL SERVICE

EUROPA DONNA

FONDATION MIMI

VIVRE COMME AVANT

FONDATION CONTRE LE CANCER

EORTC: European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer

NCI Centre for Global Health – European Liaison Office

SIOPE European Society of Paediatric Oncology /ENCCA European Network for Cancer Research in Children and Adolescents

EONS : European Oncology Nursing Society

‘CHAIR MASSAGE – V. CLAESSENS’ SHIATSU

MICROKINÉ

REIKI

RÉFLEXOLOGIE PLANTAIRE

SHIATSU Massage

Yoga

What is Ashtanga Yoga ?

Ashtanga Yoga is a system transmitted to the modern world by Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois, Mysore, India. Ashtanga Yoga literally means 8 limbs in Sanskrit. They are described by Patanjali as Yama (abstinences), Niyama (observances), Asana (postures), Pranayama (breath control), Pratyahara (sense withdrawal), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (absorption).

In the West, asana is the limb or discipline associated the most with yoga. It involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures. Ashtanga Yoga practiced in its correct sequential order, gradually leads the practitioners to rediscover his their potential on all levels of human consciousness. Through proper breathing (Ujjayi Breath), postures (Asana), gazing point (Drishti) and locks (Bandha), control over body and senses and awareness of ourselves are achieved. Vinyasa is the linking of asanas, a transition, where movement is synchronized with the breath. The breath is the essence and the heart of the discipline.

 

Classes and teachers

Mondays – Mysore practice (not for beginners),

19h00 to 20h30 at Cancer Support Group facilities in Joseph II 54

Tuesday – Led class by Klara

19h00 to 20h30 (max) at Cancer Support Group facilities in Joseph II 54

Thursdays – Led Class by Ulrich

19h00 to 20h30 (max) at BERL

 

If you are interested to join, please get in touch with Ulrich (ulrich.ruger@ec.europa.eu)

 

 

What to bring and wear to practice ?

Clothes: Wear comfortable sports clothes, tracksuit, t-shirt; something you feel good in when moving, twisting and streching. And sitting. And breathing. Mat: For those who do not have an own mat, there are some spare ones.

And: Bottle of water, towel, maybe a cushion or pad to sit on.

 

Eating and drinking

Please do not have heavy meals within 2-3 hours before class, otherwise it might feel uncomfortable during practice. Drink enough water before and after class.

 

Your prana dealers,

Klara and Ulrich

2011 Cancer Awareness Day

Every year in October, the Cancer Support Group (CSG) of the Commission organises an Awareness Day centred on a particular health theme.

“Cancer and the Family” is the chosen title of this year’s event on Thursday 6 October from 12.00 – 15.00 in the Berlaymont Piazza.

Information Stands*

A series of stands will be attended by representatives from various cancer organisations who have been invited to provide information and present their work particularly in relation to the support available to family members when someone close to them is diagnosed with cancer. Caring for and supporting someone who is seriously ill is a physically and mentally demanding task and these people often need support as much as the patients.

Children and Parents

When a parent develops cancer, this always has a dramatic impact on a child. We are delighted that our guest Nathalie Slosse of the Talismanneke organization (www.talismanneke.be) will be presenting her book “Grand Arbre est malade” at 13.30.This is a simple children’s story with an important message for adults as to how to help their toddlers cope with serious illness within the family.

On the other hand, cancer in children is a parent’s nightmare and, in this regard, we have invited SIOP (the European Society for Paediatric Oncology), a pan-European organisation dedicated to childhood cancer, and the Belgian asbl “Ensemble Pas à Pas”.

Included amongst our other guest organisations committed to cancer prevention and patient and family support are the Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL) who will be displaying the work of their members from 22 countries across Europe, “Vivre Comme Avant” which offers support to breast cancer patients, the Belgian “Fondation contre le Cancer” which operates at a national level, and “We Care”, a Belgium-based English-speaking support group for women with cancer.

Attendees

Professionals from a number of medical establishments in Belgium as well as from the Commission’s medical service have also been invited to attend. Colleagues from other institutions are more than welcome.

Enjoy a relaxation session

In addition, we are taking this opportunity to introduce our visitors to a number of well-being, relaxation practices such as Shiatsu massage, Micro-kiné and Reiki.

Come and join us!

* Confirmed standholder:

Cancer Support:
Talismanneke
Cancer Support Group
Vivre Comme Avant
Fondation Contre le Cancer
Ensemble Pasà Pas
We Care
Association of European Cancer Leagues
Fondation Mimi

Relaxation and Well Being:
REIKI Practitioner
SHIATSU massage
Microkiné

Voluntary Groups – European Year of Volunteering 2011
Give EURHope
Europe Third World

When & Where


Thursday 6 October 2011
From 12:00 to 15:00
Berlaymont Piazza

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