Blood Cancer Networking
Brain Tumor Networking
Breast Cancer Networking
Lung Cancer Networking
Metastatic Breast Cancer Networking
For mothers who have lost an adult child to cancer. This meeting will be hybrid (in-person and on zoom). The meeting in-person will be held at our Homewood location. Please contact Kathleen Daly at email@example.com with any questions.
Sista’s of Hope
Young Adult Virtual Breast Cancer Networking Group
Fitness & Nutrition
Chair Yoga with Cecily
Gentle Yoga with Karen
Moves That Matter
Zumba Gold with Lori
Zumba on Demand
Virtual Cancer-Fight Cooking Demo; Fresh Herbs and Spices
Healthy Digestion; Why do I experience indigestion, acid reflux and stomach concerns? – The Cancer Support Center
Personalized Movements to Help Manage Neuropathy in the Feet – The Cancer Support Center
Personalized Movements to Help Manage Hip and Knee Pain. – The Cancer Support Center
Foods That Help Build Lean Muscle As we Age – The Cancer Support Center
Cancer-Fighting Cooking Demo-Safe Barbeque Tips
“TAKEOUT FOOD; What Foods to Eat and What Foods To Skip ” – The Cancer Support Center
Summertime Smoothies; A great way to increase your fruit and veggies – The Cancer Support Center
Movements to help Manage Neck and Shoulder Pain – The Cancer Support Center
Movements to Help Manage Back Pain – The Cancer Support Center
Art & Wellness
This group will be “meeting” virtually for the next couple of weeks. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our email list for this program. You will receive an art journaling prompt and instructions to art journal at home.
In this group participants will be invited to create thoughtful and reflective art in a journal as a unique way to process through their cancer experience. All individuals affected by cancer are welcome. Registration is required.
Art Open Studio
Monday Meditation with Cecily
Sound Bath- Live in Homewood – The Cancer Support Center
Spanish Bingo: Tarde de Bingo!
Journeying Inward: Deep Relaxation For Well-Being and Stress Relief
Writing to Heal
Telling our stories can help us heal and provide peace in difficult times. This workshop invites participants to write in ways that can help them cope with the cancer experience. We will write and, when comfortable, share our writing. The workshop will also encourage participants to develop a practice of writing outside of the workshop. Facilitated by Kerri K. Morris, PhD Associate Professor of English / Governors State University.
This program will be offered live in the Homewood location on Tuesdays in July from 1-3. Registration is required and space is limited. . Please call 708-798-9171 to register