Hope’s Haven Cancer Wellness Center – March 2019

by | Feb 27, 2019 | Community

 While we didn’t coin the phrase, these words are continually conveyed at Circle of Hope. After 15 years of serving the financial, emotional and educational needs of Santa Clarita’s cancer community, we’ve come to understand that practically no message is more welcomed. And we want more opportunities to say it. Hope’s Haven Cancer Wellness Center will give us those chances.
When it opened its doors a year ago this month, Hope’s Haven began offering many forms of assistance not usually available through the common outlets in the Santa Clarita health arena. All free of charge.
Classes and workshops for March are:
Mar 4 – Art for Healing with
Aazam 6-7:30p
Mar 5 – Community Support Group 7-9p
Mar 6 – Reiki by Ivonne
(Appointment Only)
Mar 12 – Reiki by Toi (Appointment Only)
Mar 19 – Community Support Group 7-9p
Mar 19 – Jewelry Making by Holly 6-7p
Mar 25 – Gentle Yoga with Kumari 6-7p
Mar 27 – Reiki by Ivonne
(Appointment Only)
Mar 27 – Self-Care through Guided
Imagery 6-7p
Lectures are available to the public. Group classes, monthly workshops and one-on-one sessions (by appointment) are offered to current cancer patients and survivors. Circle of Hope believes that those who are fighting or have fought this battle are deserving of a time and opportunity to rejuvenate. A place to go without fear or cost, where one can regain a sense of wholeness, make new friends, and become part of a community that doesn’t have to be painful.
Volunteers, donors, sponsors and those wishing more information about Circle of Hope, Inc. or Hope’s Haven Cancer Wellness Center may contact our office at 661-254-5218 or [email protected]. 501(c)3 Fed ID No. 20-0680327.
Please note, these programs are meant to support the treatment prescribed by a patient’s healthcare team and are not a substitute for conventional medical care.

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