Living Well After Cancer

Restore your mind and body with the River Valley Club in collaboration with Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

About
A FREE 10-week, 20 class program that influences strength, flexibility and helps empower the practice of self-restoration for those touched by cancer. Open to the first 15 participants (first come, first serve). The classes are adapted to any limitations inflicted by surgeries, chemotherapy and the various short or long-term side effects of cancer treatment. All cancer and levels are welcomed.

Special Additions to LWAC
A pre/post evaluation will be given to all participants to measure outcomes on mood, sleep, happiness, pain, and other related life style changes.

All participants will receive a complimentary journal to track their experience.

25% off every oncology-constructed massage treatment at the RVC Spa. (Discount applied during program 2/25 – 5/2)

Rules and Regulations
Please talk to your doctor before starting this program to make sure it is safe for you. A doctor’s note is required. Please provide this prior to class to Dr. Deb Kennedy (class instructor).

Date and Times
February 25 – May 2.
Every Monday and Thursday, instructed by Dr. Deb Kennedy, Cancer Recovery Specialist.
4:30-5:30pm, at the River Valley Club.

Pricing and Registration
FREE pilot-program. Open to the first 15 participants. (First come, first serve)

Optional: $90 RVC membership for participant and caregiver during the program. 2/25 – 5/2.
*Please have your doctor sign the release form printed on the back of this document.

Questions about the program? Please contact Katherine Grainger at katherine.grainger@rivervalleyclub.com

Your Health Begins Here

Now is the best time to focus on your health and fitness.

What our members say

 Jennifer Packard
Jennifer Packard

Whether you’re just starting out, trying to get back into a routine, or are feeling frustrated with your current regimen: Your fitness journey is your own. Don’t compare yourself to anyone else.

 Terry Hall
Terry Hall

‘Can’t’ is no longer in my vocabulary, and I have a sense of pride in my ability to work toward a goal and not only achieve it, but often exceed it.