Oct
23
12:30 PM12:30

healing through cancer/with YCat Adaptive Yoga Therapy

  • Columbia St. Mary's Van Dyke Cancer Center - 1st Floor Conference Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation
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Oct
23
4:30 PM16:30

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Green Square Integrative Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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* SPECIAL NOTE*

All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students is required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

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Oct
30
12:30 PM12:30

Healing through Cancer / With YCat Adaptive Yoga Therapy

  • Columbia St. Mary's Van Dyke Cancer Center - 1st Floor Conference (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
VanDykeLogo.jpg

Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

 

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Oct
30
4:30 PM16:30

Healing through Cancer & Chronic Illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Greensquare Integrative Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

* SPECIAL NOTE*

All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students is required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

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Nov
6
12:30 PM12:30

healing through cancer with YCat adaptive Yoga Therapy

VanDykeLogo_LogoWeb.jpg

Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation
LiveWellCSM_LogoWeb.jpg
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Nov
6
4:30 PM16:30

Healing through Cancer & Chronic Illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Greensquare Integrative Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

* SPECIAL NOTE*

All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students is required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

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Nov
9
9:30 AM09:30

Healing through Cancer & Chronic Illness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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Nov
30
10:30 AM10:30

*healing through cancer and chronic illness: class time 10:30 - 11:30 AM

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know

  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building

  • Body awareness and breathing practices

  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles

  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation

  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination

  • Guided relaxation practices

  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns

  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements

  • Decreasing anxiety and depression

  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being

  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema

  • Improving sleep

  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently

  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting

  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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Dec
7
9:45 AM09:45

healing through cancer and chronic illness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know

  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building

  • Body awareness and breathing practices

  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles

  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation

  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination

  • Guided relaxation practices

  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns

  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements

  • Decreasing anxiety and depression

  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being

  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema

  • Improving sleep

  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently

  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting

  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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Dec
14
9:45 AM09:45

healing through cancer and chronic illness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know

  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building

  • Body awareness and breathing practices

  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles

  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation

  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination

  • Guided relaxation practices

  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns

  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements

  • Decreasing anxiety and depression

  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being

  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema

  • Improving sleep

  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently

  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting

  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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Oct
19
9:45 AM09:45

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga & mindfulness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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Oct
16
4:30 PM16:30

Healing through Cancer & Chronic Illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Greensquare Integrative Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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* SPECIAL NOTE*

All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students is required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

View Event →
Oct
16
12:30 PM12:30

healing through cancer/with ycat adaptive yoga therapy

  • Columbia St. Mary's Van Dyke Cancer Center - 1st Floor Conference Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
VanDykeLogo.jpg

Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation
LiveWellCSM.jpg
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Oct
12
9:45 AM09:45

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga & mindfulness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

View Event →
Oct
9
4:30 PM16:30

healing through cancer and chronic illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Green Square Integrative Health Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
GS_LogoWeb.jpg

All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students are required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class.

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

View Event →
Oct
9
12:30 PM12:30

healing through cancer/with ycat adaptive yoga therapy

  • Columbia St. Mary's Van Dyke Cancer Center - 1st Floor Conference Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
VanDykeLogo.jpg

Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation
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Oct
5
9:45 AM09:45

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga & mindfulness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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Oct
2
4:30 PM16:30

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Green Square Integrative Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students is required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

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Oct
2
12:30 PM12:30

healing through cancer/with ycat adaptive yoga therapy

  • Columbia St. Mary's Van Dyke Cancer Center - 1st Floor Conference Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
VanDykeLogo.jpg

Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation
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Sep
28
9:45 AM09:45

Healing through Cancer & Chronic Illness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know

  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building

  • Body awareness and breathing practices

  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles

  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation

  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination

  • Guided relaxation practices

  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns

  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements

  • Decreasing anxiety and depression

  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being

  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema

  • Improving sleep

  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently

  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting

  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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May
22
12:30 PM12:30

healing through cancer/with YCat Adaptive Yoga Therapy

  • Columbia St. Mary's Van Dyke Cancer Center - 1st Floor Conference Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation
LiveWellCSM.jpg
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May
1
5:30 PM17:30

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Greensquare Integrative Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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* SPECIAL NOTE*

All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students is required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

View Event →
May
1
12:30 PM12:30

healing through cancer with ycat adaptive yoga therapy

  • Columbia St. Mary's Van Dyke Cancer Center - 1st Floor Conference Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
VanDykeLogo.jpg

Class Description

This is a 6-week guided yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery. In a safe and comfortable environment, students will explore movement, guided relaxation, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing. Developed by a nurse and backed by evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

The movements in this class are intended to be modified to suit all levels of physical ability, including patients recovering from surgery. No yoga experience is required.

This class is free and currently only open to Columbia St. Mary's Cancer Center patients at any stage of treatment and survivorship. Clearance from your Cancer Center physician is required. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants per session. To register, call 414.378.3070.

All first time participants are asked to complete an intake form and contact the instructor prior to the first class. Yoga mats and props are provided.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation
LiveWellCSM.jpg
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Apr
30
1:00 PM13:00

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga therapy & mindfulness

  • Green Square Integrative Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

All new students are asked to please contact the instructor before your first class.  A minimum of two students is required to hold class. Please try to let the instructor know if you will attend 24  hours in advance.  Please call or text 414-378-3070 to learn if class will be held. 

Please bring your own mat to this class.

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

Class is open to those in active treatment and recovery. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

Cost:  $12.00 drop in rate.  Cash or check accepted.  

View Event →
Mar
9
9:45 AM09:45

healing through cancer & chronic illness with adaptive yoga & mindfulness

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

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Feb
23
10:30 AM10:30

Healing through Cancer & Chronic Illness *special time this class only: 10:30 AM*

A Spanish interpreter is available.  Please contact instructor before coming to class if you need translation OR if this is your first time attending a class.

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only.

Thank you!

Class Description

A guided Yoga experience designed to honor the needs of each individual student exactly where they are in treatment and recovery.  In a safe and comfortable atmosphere, we will explore movement, breathing and meditation practices as tools to access the innate wisdom of our own bodies and make empowered choices in healing.  Developed by a nurse from evidence-based research, the intention of this offering is to teach self-regulating techniques that can relieve the distressing side effects of cancer and chronic illness physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically while offering joy in daily living.

Participants of the class can expect the following:

  • Confidentiality in communicating medical and all pertinent information essential for the instructor to know
  • Welcoming environment that encourages community building
  • Body awareness and breathing practices
  • Slow, gentle movements to improve blood flow, range of motion, and flexibility in joints and muscles 
  • Explanation of physiological benefits of the breathing, movement and meditation 
  • Guided imagery and conscious use of the mind and the imagination
  • Guided relaxation practices
  • Meditation practices

Benefits include:

  • Reducing muscle tension and habituated tension patterns 
  • Promoting self healing and functional improvements
  • Decreasing anxiety and depression
  • Improving overall health and feelings of well being
  • Reducing neuropathy and lymphedema
  • Improving sleep 
  • Reducing sense of isolation

Who should attend?

In an effort to create a safe and comfortable environment and experience for students experiencing cancer, classes are open to those in treatment and recovery only. Participants can wear loose, comfortable clothing. You are welcome to participate if:

  • You can move independently
  • Your needs can be addressed in a group setting
  • Your surgical incisions are healed

Before Your First Session

All classes are offered on a drop-in basis on CORE's sliding scale fee.  Please contact instructor before your first class. 

View Event →