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Comfort Breathing and Relaxation for Labor and Birth

September 02, 2014
Prerequisite: A Preparation for Labor and Birth class or previous delivery     » read more

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Alzheimer's Support Group

September 03, 2014
Alzheimer’s Support Group – Meets 1st Wednesday of the month, except in January since that is New Year’s Day. Meets January 8, February 5 and March 5. All meetings are from 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m., Sibley Medical Building, Conference Room 5. Leaders: Debbie Ackerman and Abby Levin. Registration required. Please call 202-364-7602.     » read more

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Sibley Current Affairs Group (SCAG)

September 03, 2014
Want to share and expand your interest in current affairs? Engage in lively discussions about the day’s events and issues based on what’s in the press? The discussion group will be moderated by two SSA volunteers: Michael Benson and Katie Shore. Their objective is to help attendees share, learn and communicate in an equitable, congenial manner, within time restraints. Participation is voluntary.     » read more

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Yoga for Women Cancer Survivors

September 03, 2014
Offered Wednesdays (year-round)
Weekly meditative, gentle and restorative yoga using mindful movement, balance and breathing techniques to help women with a history of cancer to reduce anxiety, improve quality of life, and regain sense of self. $7.00 per class. Scholarships available.
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Preparing for Labor and Birth Evening Sessions

September 03, 2014
Preparing for Labor and Birth Evening Sessions are designed to prepare families for their first labor and birth experience.     » read more

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Your Bone Health: Updates on Osteoporosis Diagnosis and Treatment

September 03, 2014
The Sibley Institute of Bone & Joint Health is pleased to present an informative, free seminar on the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.     » read more

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Laugh Cafe

September 04, 2014
Laugh Café
According to the Mayo Clinic, laughter can reduce stress, stimulate your organs, relieve pain and increase your overall satisfaction in life.

The Laugh Café is a participatory group where you will bring your favorite jokes, humorous stories, riddles or personal tales and provoke others (and yourself) to laughter. You don’t have to memorize your joke; if you want to, you may read it! If you feel shy, and don’t want to read it, someone else may do it for you. Moderated by Tom Reynolds
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