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Active Women, Healthy Women
Team Survivor Northwest provides FREE fitness programs for women cancer survivors and women living with cancer. Becoming or staying active can help you in cancer recovery and beyond, and our goal is to bring you programs that can get you started and/or keep you active! Ongoing classes at Highline Cancer Center are led by certified instructors who can help you design an exercise routine that will work for your current state of fitness and health. Classes are appropriate for all fitness levels. Classes on Thursdays from 3-4 p.m. Call 206-732-8350 for more information.
Cancer and Nutrition
The Cancer and Nutrition class is designed for cancer patients in active treatment and their caregiver or support person. This one hour class is taught by Nancy Steedman RD, CD, a certified specialist in oncology nutrition. Topics include: setting realistic nutrition goals during cancer treatment, power foods to boost immunity and aid in healing, coping with common treatment side effects, complementary nutrition therapies, recipes and cookbook references.
Free to patients in active treatment and caregiver/support persons
Locations and schedule
Third Tuesday of every month
St. Joseph Medical Center
Ground Floor Oncology Administration Conference room
Fourth Thursday of every month
St. Anthony Hospital
Jane Thompson Russell Cancer Care Center classroom
Individualized nutrition and cancer counseling is also available
Integrative Health presents therapeutic yoga classes specifically designed for people undergoing cancer treatment or who have recently completed treatment. Learn poses, breathing techniques, mindfulness and meditation skills to help enhance our wellness.
- Increased flexibility
- Improved energy
- Increased muscle strength
- Cardiovascular and circulatory health
- Improved mental well-being
Call 360-744-4924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Locations and schedule
9479 Bayshore Drive Northwest
Ongoing class every Thursday, 3:30-4:45 p.m.
Join us for this informative presentation on how and why lymphedema develops, early signs and symptoms and treatment options. Call 206-431-5248 for more information and to register.
Yoga for Patients, Survivors and Caregivers
Open to anyone touched by cancer as a patient, survivor or caregiver. All levels welcome. No prior yoga experience necessary. Mats are provided, or you may bring your own. Please bring two blankets.
Jane Thompson Russell Cancer Care Center lobby
11511 Canterwood Boulevard Northwest
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
Mondays from 5-6 p.m.