Suspended -- Chi Kung for Cancer Patients - Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center



Presented by the Cooperman Barnabas Cancer Program Department of Psychosocial Support Services, the mind-body practice of Chi Kung involves physical movement, mental focus and deep breathing. The class is taught by Miriam Shankman, a Certified Chi Kung Teacher and Healer with 16 years of experience.

“Chi Kung is a form of Tai Chi. It is often described as “Meditation in Motion” but it could also be called “Medication in Motion”. There is growing evidence that this mind-body practice, which originated in China as a martial art, has value in treating or preventing many health problems. You can get started even if you aren’t in top shape or the best health.” - Harvard Women’s Health Watch, May 2009


  • If you are undergoing treatment and would like to gently move and strengthen your body and spirit.
  • If you have completed treatment and wish to maintain good health.
  • If you are seeking a preventive approach to health and well-being.

Classes Will Address:

  • Moving Chi Kung to relax, open and cleanse the body
  • Standing Chi Kung to cultivate energy and strength
  • Sitting Chi Kung for healing
  • Short discussions to explore concepts and address questions

This program is part of Project H.O.P.E., Helping our Patients Excel, through education and support.

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