Join Dr. Barb Patterson, natural resources professor and nature guide, as she teaches simple mindfulness exercises to engage sensory awareness while intentionally tuning into birds.
Following our wonderful morning of mindful birding, join us for lunch with Florence Williams, author of The Nature Fix, as she discusses how science has demonstrated what we intuitively know: nature makes us happier, healthier, and more creative.
Join us for a free event where Dr. Heather Leach will discuss the latest research in exercise oncology and learn more about the Fit Cancer Program at CSU and the benefits of exercise for cancer survivors. Lecture followed by a tour of the facility and refreshments
A loving mother of four is granted the right to legally use magic mushrooms to treat her end-of-life anxiety. She then embarks on a remarkable journey of personal transformation and healing while exploring lesser known possible cures for cancer, like cannabis oil.
‘DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime’ is an award-winning documentary film in theaters now. It is not available online. And if you haven’t seen the first standalone documentary in the DOSED series.
Join Shannon Darling, an Integrative Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at the Wholeness Center discuss several studies showing the effectiveness of psychedelics, such as ketamine, psilocybin, and others, which can help cancer patients cope with the psychological distress associated with their illness.
Join Anne-Marie Bowman, Cancer Therapist; and Certified Meditation Guide, as she leads us through a guided experience and discusses the known benefits of mindfulness-based stress reduction.
To grieve is an act of belonging to humanity. It is an expression of honoring and remembering that makes our love visible. In this session, Lisa discusses how embodied conversations and creative practices can move grief so we can grow our capacity and confidence to well-tend loss experiences with ourselves and others.
Cancer survivors experience unique stressors and uncertainty well beyond the initial treatment. This month we will hear from Alexandra Routh, a Certified Somatic Experiencing therapist. She will discuss Somatic Experiencing (SE™), a body-oriented therapeutic model —for healing trauma and other stress disorders. Somatic Experiencing has been clinically applied for more than four decades. It is based on a multidisciplinary intersection of physiology, psychology, ethology, biology, neuroscience, indigenous healing practices, and medical biophysics.