Oct 22, 2018 9:00 AM


Dealing with cancer can be stressful for patients and their families. At Huntsman Cancer Institute, trained facilitators teach simple, proven techniques to ease anxiety and stress in only a few minutes. These upcoming classes and events are open to patients and caregivers to recenter and de-stress.

Mind-Body Skills Group

Wednesdays, October 24November 14
2:304 p.m.

Mindfulness is an intentional focus of your attention on the present moment. Trained mindfulness facilitators lead this class to help reduce stress and pain, and restore well-being.

Please register for this class by filling out the form or contacting Julie Howell at 801-213-4246 or julie.howell@hci.utah.edu.

Sound Bowls with Dr. Paul Thielking

2nd and 3rd Thursday of each month
12 p.m.
Multipurpose Room, 6th floor of Huntsman Cancer Institute hospital

Sound bowls produce tones which may help people relax and meditate. This calming music has been linked to reductions in stress and anxiety.

Guided Relaxation

Every Tuesday
Noon12:30 p.m.
Elyse Pantke White Chapel and Meditation Room, 5th floor of Huntsman Cancer Institute hospital

Guided relaxation helps direct your thoughts and gives you suggestions that guide your imagination toward a relaxed state.

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