We consider the Breast Cancer Program a dynamic community in which patients, family members, and medical experts can learn from and draw inspiration from one another. We do this in any number of ways, some of which include sharing exciting news—whether it’s about breakthrough research or a new staff member coming on board—to ongoing events that bring members of this community together for shared support, education, and celebration.
Alba Azola, MD, Nia instructor and Assistant Professor Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
September 10, 2020 7-8pm ET
Nia is feel good fitness for the body, mind and soul. It is a cardio-dance, fitness practice that blends energizing, soul-stirring music with choreography that is easy to follow and designed to move the whole body. Moves are infused with the power and precision of the martial arts; expression and fun of the dance arts; and the mindfulness of the healing arts. Join us for a class that will make you sweat while having fun.
To register, visithttps://public.onc.jhmi.edu/survivorshipEvents/?page=welcome
Yoga Therapy Webinar
Amy Genevieve Kozak, Kripalu Yoga Teacher, an Internationally Certified Integrative Yoga Therapist, as well as a Duke Integrative Medicine trained and National Board Certified Integrative Health Coach.
October 14, 2020 7-8pm ET
To register, visit https://public.onc.jhmi.edu/survivorshipEvents/?page=welcome
Support groups are currenting meeting weekly via Zoom. Please contact Jill Mull at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Breast Cancer Survivorship Webinar Series
Watch videos of previous recordings on our Breast Cancer Survivorship Webinar page.