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Cut Out Cancer at Milano

Offering Salon/Spa services the second Monday of each month for those undergoing cancer treatment.

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We just found out that almost all our volunteers will be attending a trade show in NY on March 9th...so we decided to postpone our celebration one more time to Monday March 16th (the one positive aspect is that maybe by March 16th snow will not be an issue...we can only hope...)
Please call today to make you appointment for March 16th

We are turning '1' and we have a lot to celebrate

Please join us on Monday March 16th for birthday cake and sparkling cider as we celebrate one year of Cut Out Cancer. Geralyn Lucas, author of "Why I Wore Lipstick to my Mastectomy" and "Then Came Life" will be with us. Come by Milano Salon & Day Spa anytime during our regular hours,10-2, to say hello and share some cheer. We have a lot of surprises planned.                    

 

   Exciting News... 
Cut Out Cancer & West Hartford Yoga

We are happy to announce that West Hartford Yoga will be adding an extra class every month! Begining in March there will be two classes a month. Dates are March 12, March 26, April 9, April 23, May 7 and May 21. 

Yoga for People Undergoing Cancer Treatment w/Nina Fox

 Next class - March 12th, 2015
West Hartford Yoga 
23 Brook St.
West Hartford, CT
 860-953-9642

WHY is honored to offer a complimentary yoga class to anyone undergoing cancer treatment in collaboration with Cut Out Cancer. This monthly class will provide a nourishing environment in which to heal and connect with body and heart.The 75 minute class will include mindfulness meditation,a gentle yoga flow, and end with restorative yoga poses. Modifications will be offered to create a comfortable experience for all.This special class is free through WHY Outreach, Inc.  Caregivers are welcome.  Registration not required.  No experience necessary

 

 Laughting in The Face of Cancer's Author willl be at Milano on 2/9/14 

Pam Lacko the author of Lauging in the Face of Cancer will be at Milano Salon and Spa on Feburary 9th. Pam will giving her book to intereted people.

Pam was born and raised in Connecticut and currently lives in Simsbury with her husband Jeff, two children Rebecca and Mathew and their two golden retrievers. At the age of 47, she was diagnosed with Stage IIB Ovarian Cancer but managed to maintain her daily involvement in all aspects of life. She was recently diagnosed with a recurrence of the cancer and is currently undergoing treatment.
Pam is 53 years old, runs a successful computer consulting business, teaches percussion, and donates her spare time to helping other cancer patients in the area. She founded an annual “women only, bad golfing encouraged” golf tournament/fund-raiser benefiting the American Cancer Society and was recently given the Simsbury Hometown Hero award.
Soon after her diagnosis, Pam began to write a blog documenting her experiences with surgeries, treatments and the emotional affects of her diagnosis. After turning it into this book, she hopes that one day anyone going through a significant medical event such as cancer can read this and find something to smile about. Pam continues to document her journey using humor, through her new website, www.Laughinginthefaceofcancer.com.

 

A Welcoming and Warm Place for Complimentary Beauty & Support 

Cut Out Cancer's mission is to help you get through your cancer treatments, providing special care and healing through salon & spa services that target specific symptoms or just make you feel pampered. On the second Monday of every month when Milano is normally closed, the salon will be open exclusively for you, to enjoy the salon services free of charge.


Next "Cut Out Cancer @ Milano"

 

March 16th, 2015

Please call Milano Salon & Day Spa to schedule your appointment

(860) 242-4401

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