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Health & Wellness

. The Women of Color with Cancer and Cancer Survivors Health, Wellness and Beauty Group

When: January 12, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Where: Salvation Army Kroc Center 650 Dudley Street, Boston, MA
Ages allowed: 18+
Cost: Free
. The Women of Color with Cancer and Cancer Survivors Health, Wellness and Beauty Group

The Women of Color with Cancer and Cancer Survivors Health, Wellness and Beauty Group is a safe space to engage in topics related to health, wellness, and beauty through the current and post-Cancer journey. The workshops cover topics such as mindfulness, makeup tips, holistic health and more. The Health Wellness & Beauty Group is free and open to anyone touched by Cancer and their caretakers/supporters.

This month’s topic: Mindfulness and Meditation  Led by Bob David, Manager of Cancer Support Programs at Boston Medical Center. Bob facilitates many of the monthly cancer support groups as well as various events and feature programs. Cancer survivors and their guests, regardless of
where or when treated, are welcome to participate in most of these programs.

Free. Lunch will be Served. An RSVP is required for this event as space is limited. If you are bringing a guest they too must register online: www.CoilsToLocs.com/mindfulness

Women of Color with Cancer and Cancer Survivors Health, Wellness and Beauty Group is hosted by Dianne Austin Co-Founder of Coils to Locs, (http://www.coilstolocs.com) a pre-launch stage natural hairstyle medical wig enterprise. Sponsorship provided through the generosity of Jonathan Jackson, Ph.D., Community Access Recruitment and Engagement (CARE) Research Center, Mass General Hospital.

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