Art therapy uses simple art activities to help people express themselves and can help reduce the stress of living with cancer. Our art therapist will help find the right creative outlet for you, which may include painting, manipulating clay, drawing, writing, assembling a collage or making jewelry.
Music therapy can help reduce stress and side effects such chemotherapy-related nausea and pain. Music therapy is everything from learning/playing musical instruments, listening to music, creating customized playlists and writing songs and recording them to share with loved ones.
Qigong is a practice of bringing together your body, breath, and mind. It is a way of meditating through slow flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and calm state of mind.
Tai Chi is an exercise of slow intentional movements, coordinated with breathing and imagery, to help improve balance, strength, sleep and pain management. This gentle, drop-in class is open to all patients, families and friends
Yoga can help lower tension and anxiety and enables patients to settle into a greater sense of ease and wellbeing. This easy form of exercise uses mild stretching and healthy breathing.