Jan
26
Thu
Small Group Gentle Yoga
Jan 26 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Gentle yoga is an introduction to the benefits of learning to relax and energize with yoga specially designed for people with or without cancer. Gentle yoga is for use on the not so good, low energy days. Gentle yoga is instructed by Theresa Novak.

Jan
27
Fri
Comedy Fundraiser at Wise Crackers
Jan 27 @ 9:00 pm

Candy’s Place, Cancer Wellness Center, Comedy Fundraiser

Mohegan Pennsylvania

Friday January 27, 2023

9:00pm (doors open at 8pm)

$25.00 per ticket – can be purchased at Candy’s Place

Jan
30
Mon
One on One Gentle Yoga
Jan 30 all-day

One on one yoga sessions are designed for the individual and their specific needs. Whether you have never taken a yoga class before or wish to take your asana practice to new and more challenging levels, this program will fulfill those requirements. Some individuals may think they are limited because of their present circumstances. We’ll create together a yoga program that is perfect for you. You’ll learn movement and breathing techniques, become more flexible and stronger and get a deeper sense of yourself. Sessions are one hour. Wear comfortable clothing. This program is at no cost to those living with cancer and survivors. Interested candidates must call the office for more details.

Tai Chi Easy/QiGong Small Group
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Tai Chi Easy consists of classic and simple QiGong including these four essential methods:

  • postural alignment
  • breath practice
  • self-applied massage
  • relaxation, visualization, and meditation practices

The Tai Chi Easy program includes a modification of traditional Tai Chi. For this program, five movements are used either sitting (Tai Chi Chair) or standing, and Tai Chi walking, creating a moving form.

 

The focus of Tai Chi Easy is the cultivation of healthy longevity and inner tranquility. In this context, there is no straining or pushing. The practices are gentle, adaptable to all sorts of physical and psychological challenges and complementary to recovery and rehabilitation.

 

Each session will be approximately 60 minutes. In that timeframe we focus on breath, bodily movements, and stillness, or meditation. Although there is a pattern to each session, a variety of movements are introduced regularly, keeping the practice fresh and diverse.

Feb
2
Thu
Small Group Gentle Yoga
Feb 2 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Gentle yoga is an introduction to the benefits of learning to relax and energize with yoga specially designed for people with or without cancer. Gentle yoga is for use on the not so good, low energy days. Gentle yoga is instructed by Theresa Novak.

Feb
6
Mon
One on One Gentle Yoga
Feb 6 all-day

One on one yoga sessions are designed for the individual and their specific needs. Whether you have never taken a yoga class before or wish to take your asana practice to new and more challenging levels, this program will fulfill those requirements. Some individuals may think they are limited because of their present circumstances. We’ll create together a yoga program that is perfect for you. You’ll learn movement and breathing techniques, become more flexible and stronger and get a deeper sense of yourself. Sessions are one hour. Wear comfortable clothing. This program is at no cost to those living with cancer and survivors. Interested candidates must call the office for more details.

Tai Chi Easy/QiGong Small Group
Feb 6 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Tai Chi Easy consists of classic and simple QiGong including these four essential methods:

  • postural alignment
  • breath practice
  • self-applied massage
  • relaxation, visualization, and meditation practices

The Tai Chi Easy program includes a modification of traditional Tai Chi. For this program, five movements are used either sitting (Tai Chi Chair) or standing, and Tai Chi walking, creating a moving form.

 

The focus of Tai Chi Easy is the cultivation of healthy longevity and inner tranquility. In this context, there is no straining or pushing. The practices are gentle, adaptable to all sorts of physical and psychological challenges and complementary to recovery and rehabilitation.

 

Each session will be approximately 60 minutes. In that timeframe we focus on breath, bodily movements, and stillness, or meditation. Although there is a pattern to each session, a variety of movements are introduced regularly, keeping the practice fresh and diverse.

Feb
9
Thu
Small Group Gentle Yoga
Feb 9 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Gentle yoga is an introduction to the benefits of learning to relax and energize with yoga specially designed for people with or without cancer. Gentle yoga is for use on the not so good, low energy days. Gentle yoga is instructed by Theresa Novak.

Feb
13
Mon
One on One Gentle Yoga
Feb 13 all-day

One on one yoga sessions are designed for the individual and their specific needs. Whether you have never taken a yoga class before or wish to take your asana practice to new and more challenging levels, this program will fulfill those requirements. Some individuals may think they are limited because of their present circumstances. We’ll create together a yoga program that is perfect for you. You’ll learn movement and breathing techniques, become more flexible and stronger and get a deeper sense of yourself. Sessions are one hour. Wear comfortable clothing. This program is at no cost to those living with cancer and survivors. Interested candidates must call the office for more details.

Tai Chi Easy/QiGong Small Group
Feb 13 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Tai Chi Easy consists of classic and simple QiGong including these four essential methods:

  • postural alignment
  • breath practice
  • self-applied massage
  • relaxation, visualization, and meditation practices

The Tai Chi Easy program includes a modification of traditional Tai Chi. For this program, five movements are used either sitting (Tai Chi Chair) or standing, and Tai Chi walking, creating a moving form.

 

The focus of Tai Chi Easy is the cultivation of healthy longevity and inner tranquility. In this context, there is no straining or pushing. The practices are gentle, adaptable to all sorts of physical and psychological challenges and complementary to recovery and rehabilitation.

 

Each session will be approximately 60 minutes. In that timeframe we focus on breath, bodily movements, and stillness, or meditation. Although there is a pattern to each session, a variety of movements are introduced regularly, keeping the practice fresh and diverse.