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This Week's Programs
(July 24 - July 31)

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To register for any program below, please click ‘Register here,’ located under each program.

Go to our full program calendar to see what’s coming up.

Saturday, July 24

Gentle exercise, breathing, and meditation help improve alignment and blood flow, reduce stress, and induce relaxation. The class can be taken at any fitness level, even in the midst of treatment. Our instructor will help you modify movements for your current physical ability.

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Monday, July 26

Gentle exercise, breathing, and meditation help improve alignment and blood flow, reduce stress, and induce relaxation. The class can be taken at any fitness level, even in the midst of treatment. Our instructor will help you modify movements for your current physical ability.

Register here 

Join us for our weekly Tai chi classes! Tai chi combines slow, deliberate movements, meditation, and breathing exercises. The routines were not designed to burn calories or raise your heart rate. Instead, tai chi is a martial art that can help your circulation, balance, and alignment. It can also help restore your energy!

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Tuesday, July 27

Join us for a workout with friends! This program is led by participants with an emphasis on strength building. Grab your friends and become healthier and stronger together!

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This is a support and networking group for those who have been diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma, or myeloma, or those who are supporting a loved one who
has been diagnosed with a blood cancer. This group is in collaboration with the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.

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Wednesday, July 28

This group is an opportunity to get support and network with others who have been diagnosed with bladder cancer. Whether you who are newly diagnosed or in survivorship, come and find help and hope.

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Gentle Yoga can refer to a variety of types of yoga classes taught by teachers from various styles of yoga. Gentle Yoga is less intense, non-strenuous, minimalistic, quiet, meditative, or restorative. Gentle Yoga is offered three times weekly.

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Are you looking to connect with other young women diagnosed with breast cancer? Local YSC Face 2 Face networks (YSC F2F) offer support and networking groups for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer (YWABC). YSC F2F networks are local grassroots groups that allow you and other YWABC in your community to connect!

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Thursday, July 29

Zhineng Qigong consists of an easy flowing series of movements combined with “intention” to gently open the heart and mind, inducing well-being and inviting joy into our life.

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Friday, July 30

Chair yoga is a practice that modifies yoga poses so they can be done while seated in a chair. These modifications make yoga accessible to people who cannot stand, lack the mobility to move easily from standing to seated to supine positions, or want a quick break from working at home.

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Join us for our weekly Tai chi classes! Tai chi combines slow, deliberate movements, meditation, and breathing exercises. The routines were not designed to burn calories or raise your heart rate. Instead, tai chi is a martial art that can help your circulation, balance, and alignment. It can also help restore your energy!

Register here

Saturday, July 31

Gentle Yoga can refer to a variety of types of yoga classes taught by teachers from various styles of yoga. Gentle Yoga is less intense, non-strenuous, minimalistic, quiet, meditative, or restorative. Gentle Yoga is offered three times weekly.

Register here

Zoom Instructions: Zoom is a very user-friendly platform with the highest security and HIPAA compliance. To participate in the classes, you will need to download Zoom on your mobile device or computer. It’s safe and very easy to use! You can learn about Zoom here and watch this quick introduction video. *Please note: The meeting ID and password are only necessary if you are not using the link provided

Zoom Pro Meeting Control Feature Instructions here.

  • Newcomer Welcome: This is a one-time orientation introducing cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and family members to our programs, and providing an Individual Wellness Plan for survivors and caregivers. Registration is required. Please call 614-884-HOPE (4673) to register. 
  • One-on-One Counseling: Persons seeking help for cancer-related distress or seeking individual counseling can contact Angie Santangelo at (614) 884.HOPE (4673). This is reserved for anyone living in the state of Ohio and will take place via Zoom, a video platform that provides Telehealth, or via phone.
  • MyLifeLine.Org: Cancer patients and caregivers can build an online support community of family and friends to foster connections, inspiration, and healing through free, personalized websites on MyLifeLine.org. You can also develop a calendar so your loved ones can help with your meals, rides to appointments, and more. And, if you can’t make it to our virtual Coffee and Connections or other virtual support groups, you can join one of the discussion boards for virtual sharing and support. These boards are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and cover a variety of topics. Receive advice, support and offer tips to other people going through similar cancer experiences. 
  • Frankly Speaking About Cancer®Attend a Frankly Speaking About Cancer Education via webinar, listen to our weekly radio show or print material on a variety of topics.
 

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