Striking a Balance: The Importance of Physical and Mind-Body Exercises for Men

After treatment is over, side effects such as fatigue and muscle weakness, stress and anxiety can impact a man’s functioning, making it difficult to return to one’s daily routine. These common post-treatment side effects can make exercise a challenge, just at a time when it is needed most. The goal of this experiential demonstration class is to help men, and their partners, kick-start an energizing and balanced fitness routine. The class includes both strength-training and mind-body connection exercises to help fight fatigue, release stress, and manage anxiety. Participants should wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing. 


This program is for people who have been treated for cancer. No observers, please, without prior approval.

Date & Time(s)


Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Rockefeller Research Laboratories
430 East 67th Street
Room RRL-116
New York, NY 10065


Registration Details

Please call 646-888-8106 or email


Donna Wilson RN, MSN, RRT/Personal Trainer and Joseph Glaser, E-RYT 500, Integrative Medicine Service