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Weekly Gentle Movement Classes
- Monday Wellness Workout at 12:00pm – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Monday Chair Yoga at 1:00pm – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Wednesday Wellness Workout at 12:00pm – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Wednesday Yoga at 3:00pm – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Friday Tai Chi/Qigong at 12:00pm – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Saturday Yoga at 10:00am – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Healing Through Art: Portraits in Pastel – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Thursday, August 13, 1:00 – 3:00pm
- Kelly Sullivan, Art Instructor
Create a geometric and colorful self portrait in the style of cubism. This fun exercise will include playing with line, shape, and color to create your own unique representation of yourself. Oil pastels and paper will be available for a no-contact pick up at CSCET offices the week of class. Registration required.
Sleep Matters – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Thursday, August 13, 6:00 – 7:30pm
- Denise Stillman, PhD
Having trouble falling or staying asleep? For those impacted by cancer, the effects of treatment and medications, along with the stress of cancer, may keep you and your loved ones from getting a good night’s rest. CSCET psychologist, Denise Stillman, PhD, will discuss why sleep matters and how you can improve the quality of your ZZZs. Registration required.
Monthly Prostate Cancer Group – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Friday, August 14, 10:00 – 11:30am
- Rob Devereaux, PhD
Connect with others living with prostate cancer in this monthly drop-in group. Call before your group & talk to a member of our program staff. Registration required.
Yoga for Better Sleep – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Tuesday, August 18, 3:00 – 4:30pm
- Randy Rainey, Yoga Instructor
If you’re having trouble falling asleep or difficulty getting back to sleep in the middle of the night, this workshop is for you! This one-time class will explore a number of set yoga poses that promote restful sleep. Poses taught should be accessible to most everyone. After you register, we will send you a list of common household items that you will use as props during the class. Registration required.
Finding & Writing the Stories of Your Life – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Wednesday, August 19, 1:30 – 3:00pm
- Donna Doyle, Poet
By looking at the big story of our life, we often miss the little stories that make up a year, a month, a day, or even an hour. These monthly relaxed workshops will help you find the small nuggets of gold shining in the vast stream of your life. No writing experience necessary. Registration required.
Knitting – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Thursday, August 20, 1:00 – 2:00pm
New to knitting? Old Pro? Join these “knit-wits” to learn how to knit or bring your own project to work on. Registration required.
Mindfulness in Everyday Life: Living with Uncertainty – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Saturday, August 22, 11:00am – 12:30pm
- Ann Pendley, Meditation Instructor
We humans don’t like uncertainty. Yet the word uncertainty may very well be the defining characteristic of 2020. A mindfulness practice can provide us with some helpful tools for managing some of the unknowables that come from living with a cancer diagnosis during a pandemic. Registration required.
Guest Artist: Zentangle – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Tuesday, August 25, 1:00 – 2:30pm
- Amy Broady, Zentangle Artist
Curious about Zentangle? If you haven’t tried one of our art classes on zoom, this may be the one for you. Join our guest artist and certified Zentangle teacher to experience this creative art form described as “yoga for the brain”. Registration required.
Stress Management and Resiliency – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
- Thursday, August 27, 6:00 – 7:30pm
- Rocio A. Huet, MD, University Internal Medicine & Integrative Health
Developing skills that help you live a more joyful life in the midst of stressors brought on by cancer can be life changing. Join Integrative Health Physician, Dr. Rocio Huet as she describes how the latest research helps us better understand how our brains typically react to stressful life events and how we can “retrain the brain” to bring more positivity into our lives. You will leave with concrete, scientifically studied techniques for improving health and happiness. Registration required.