We offer a 6 week CTS course approximately twice a year whose aim is to provide patients transitioning from active treatment to living well with and beyond cancer.
This group aims to be a support for those coping with issues, adjustments or challenges related to their sexuality following cancer. It’s really important that we give people an opportunity to talk about how they are sexually because our sexuality is a huge part of our happiness and how we feel about ourselves. It takes place every three months.
The Prostrate Cancer Support Group is an online Webinar offered every 3 months in conjunction with Rachel Dalton Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Urology at NUIG. This co-facilitated session offers talks by specialists addressing a range of topics for men associated with diagnosis, treatment and longer-term adjustment to having had prostate disease.
This is a chance to meet others living with Multiple Myeloma over a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee in a relaxed atmosphere. This takes place once every two months on the second Friday.
The Galway Support Centre offers a monthly opportunity to meet other people bereaved by cancer and to offer basic knowledge about ways to live with grief.
We offer a range of classes tailored to the individual’s needs which are easily adaptable to everyday life.
Tai Chi class takes place once a week and is based on a series of slow, gentle graceful movements which aim to improve the body and mind.
Yoga is a holistic practice which brings harmony to all aspects of our being. Relaxation, through simple movements and gentle breathing, is an integral part of the class. The practice is accessible to everyone, and all are made to feel welcome.
A occasional meeting that offers an opportunity to chat and share stories about living with a brain tumour.