The Healing Circle is a safe space for women share, ask for suggestions and learn self-care techniques. The program uses meditation, relaxation, breathing techniques, essential oils, movement, and more to face life’s challenges. The Healing Circle sessions are a wonderful opportunity to advance your practice of self-love and growth in a growing community of supportive women. Come learn with us as we do the continued work of living our best lives.
When: Thursday, Septmber 20: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel in the Woods
Cost: free - a $5 suggested donation is appreciated
Registration is required: email your name, contact phone number to email@example.com. Or call Susan Rabe at 414.510.4771.
Note: this Healing Circle will focus on easy meditation techniques.
Over the past few centuries, coyotes, once known as the prairie wolf, have expanded their range to include most of North America. With more coyote encounters in our communities, it's important to appreciate their role in our environment.
Come learn about their natural history in Wisconsin and how you can co-exist with these canine neighbors.
When: September 27, 2018
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Where: Reiman Healing Chapel in the Woods, located adjacent to the Ascension/Wheaton Medical Building and Reiman Cancer Center - 7410 W. Rawson Avenue, Franklin, WI
Cost: free -- a donation is appreciated :)
Registration is required: send an email with your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call Susan at 414.510.4771.
About the presenter: Brian Miner is a naturalist and land steward currently working with The Nature Conservancy. Originally from Massachusetts, Brian has worked in Maine, Arizona, Colorado, and Wisconsin. He specializes in natural community ecology, land management, and natural resource education.
This program is brought to you with our partner The Nature Conservancy.
Our bodies are strong and resilient and when given the right support, they respond positively. Learn about integrating modalities such as acupuncture, chiropractic, and massage in addition to the power of nature, like the Conservancy for Healing and Heritage’s future Healing Garden and Nature Trails. This is a perfect session for anyone interested in learning more. You do not need to be a cancer survivor or gyneclogical cancer patient to attend.
When: Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Where: Healing Chapel in the Woods. Located at the far end of the parking lot of the Wheaton Franciscan Medical Building at 74th and Rawson Avenue
Cost: free -- a donation is appreciated
Registration is required! Please register at www.wisconsinovariancancer.org
About the presenters: With survivorship as her main goal, Elizabeth Dickson, MD, believes in a team approach to cancer care, incorporating research, integrative medicine, and state of the art techniques to treat not only the patient's disease, but also support her whole being through cancer treatment and beyond. Dr. Dickson is trained in minimally invasive approaches, including traditional laparoscopy and robotic surgery. She has advanced research training and is committed to continuing research, in order to better care for women with cancer. She is a physican at the Aurora Women's Pavilion.
Cheryl Figg was diagnosed with Stage 3C Ovarian Cancer in 2012 and knows she is blessed to still be alive on this beautiful planet called Earth. Cheryl will offer her personal journey in hope of providing guidance for others. She treats everyday as a new beginning and tries to find the little gifts and blessings from each day. An inspiration for everyone!
This program is brought to you with our partners the Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance.