Pacific Cancer Foundation announces free workshops for Maui’s cancer community
WAILUKU – Pacific Cancer Foundation will offer a free six-week cancer survivorship workshop to Maui’s cancer community beginning on Thursday, Sept. 6, from 9:30 a.m. to noon.
This survivorship workshop is an evidence-based program developed by Stanford University to teach those affected by cancer the necessary skills and techniques to “thrive and survive” during and after cancer care.
“The skills that are learned throughout this series really benefit the day-to-day life of a cancer survivor,” said Nancy La Joy, Pacific Cancer Foundation’s executive director.
The Thrive & Survive workshop will be held on Thursdays at the J. Walter Cameron Center and is offered free of charge to Maui’s cancer community. Space is limited. To register, call 242-7661 or visit www.PacificCancerFoundation.org for more information.
In related news, Pacific Cancer Foundation will offer a free meditation wellness workshop to Maui’s cancer community on Saturday, Aug. 25, at 10 a.m.
Join PCF as it celebrates the summer season and allow The Sacred Garden to serve as the backdrop for a morning of healing, meditation and fellowship.
Together, the group will enjoy a peaceful walking meditation through the labyrinth led by Meditation Instructor Carla Jalbert.
Sit, relax and soak in the serenity around you while meeting other members of the PCF ‘ohana. This workshop is the third of four total workshops in PCF’s “Nature of Meditation” workshop series this year.
Space is limited. To register, call 242-7661 or visit www/PacificCancerFoundation.org.
Pacific Cancer Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing free support services for Maui’s cancer community. The foundation’s mission is to provide access, knowledge and support to all those affected by cancer in Maui County.