OUR MONTHLY PROGRAMS
Please check our Monthly Programs.
We offer supportive programs based on the Healing Arts, since 2010. Programs are led by people who have made the Healing Arts their passion and graciously share their knowledge and inspiration.
All of our programs are free of charge for women with any type of cancer, before, during and after treatment.
This session will focus on being mindful and intentional in our daily lives both relating to our food intake and our daily demands. I will provide my process of taking everyday stressors and turning them into actionable steps for an intentional, organized purpose filled plan. Workshop will also focus on finding a balance of macronutrients on a daily basis to ensure our bodies and minds have all the carbohydrates, fats and proteins we need to function optimally.
Nia® Dancing is a specialty class designed for people with short- and long-term illness and those with pain due to injury. We move in a gentle way, tuning into body awareness and expression, to self-heal and feel better. Wear comfortable clothing and bring socks if you prefer not to be barefoot. We will be on our feet, but feel free to sit if needed. […]
“Everybody is talented, original and has something important to say.” Brenda Ueland "For our writing to be a healing experience, we honor our pain, loss, and grief.” Louise de Salvo Come tap into the voice and language that is uniquely yours. Honor the story that only you can tell. Discover how writing can be a life tool. Come write about what you carry…..Join us […]
Making music connects us to our inner selves. It can make us feel happy, peaceful or move us to tears. Singing and moving opens pathways in our bodies that affect our emotions deeply which can lead to healing. Music creates a container for our emotions and our feelings. When we make music with others it forges deep connections without using words or gestures. The […]
This Gentle Yoga practice will be combined with Ayurveda, a natural complementary healing modality designed to help us realize our true self. You can be seated in a chair or bring a yoga mat. Wear comfortable, not too loose-fitting clothing.
Presenter: Susan Helmstetter
Susan Helmstetter is a Certified Yoga Instructor receiving Yoga Teaching Certifications from the Kripalu Institute in Lenox Massachusetts, and Yoga Synthesis in Ramsey, New Jersey. Susan is also a certified Massage Therapist and Reiki Practitioner.
She currently teaches yoga classes for Barnabas Health Ambulatory Care Wellness Center, Chair Yoga at the Jewish Federation Plaza Housing and Village Apartments for seniors, as well as her own classes at the Federated Church of Livingston.
Susan’s style of yoga is on developing an awareness of one’s inner core stillness, through Yoga postures, breathing techniques, and a focused, yet compassionate attitude to find and release energy blocks.
“Bring what’s deep inside your heart.. to the light.. and never give up on YOU!” Join us in a creative workshop to put your hopes, dreams, and goals together into a beautiful collage that you can use for inspiration, intention and a positive focus. There are many benefits one can get from using a vision board. They help you manifest your aspirations by physically placing […]
What is Therapeutic Painting? With a painting instructor guiding you, these types of activities have shown to improve your mental health. Creating or viewing art is used to help with exploring emotions, coping with stress, and helping one to learn about self- awareness and self- esteem and also add social skills. Therapeutic painting gives you the ability to learn something new or revive one’s artist […]