The ULTIMATE Cancer Training For Spas

Individuals are Guests First, with a presenting condition of Cancer.

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 Train all your staff for one fixed fee.

Starting at $699 USD during October 2015


Why Your Clients Need You!

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Our Simple Cancer Training Process


You purchase training based on services you provide (massage, skin care, manicuring)

2Sign Up Staff

You sign up all of your staff to get trained. Training is delivered and tracked at the individual level.

3Take Training

With a library of over 70 lecture videos delivered by medical doctors, wellness professionals, mindfulness teachers


Anchoring on the premise that no-one wants the Oncology special, we provide appropriate launch approaches

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Cancer Aware Training is:

  • Provides 16 CE credits through NCTMB
  • One price whether you train one person or 10
  • Affordable and easy way to train you staff
  • Gives your business a competitive advantage
  • ROI is typically 7 sessions


  • "We took the training as a team and worked with our front desk to make sure we had a script. We were losing clients due to the front desk’s lack of comfort in answering questions. Clients now feel comfortable booking."

  • "Yesterday  a corporation with over 5,000 employees welcomed us on board as their "official spa" to care for their staff.  We feel it was our Cancer Aware Training  that sealed the deal!"      

    Leanne Sedlak, LMT Founder & Co-Formulator, SkinCatering, LLC
  • "I just received a call from a stage 4 lung cancer client, and I felt so so comfortable talking to her, after just taking 3 modules. Thank you."

    Nancy, Main Street Massage
  • “I am excited that Wellness for Cancer offered us the option to host an additional  hands-on training option and community event”  

  • "I would like to let you know how much I am enjoying the training. The videos are something I am sure I will repeatedly revisit as a reference tool."

    Karen Woolley, Spa Manager