• https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/unique-boutique/

    Unique Boutique

    Personalized Salon and Bodywork

    Introducing Unique Boutique, a warm and welcoming salon specializing in care for your hair, skin, and body.  Experience personalized salon and bodywork offerings tailored specifically for people with cancer.

    To schedule an appointment, call 630.654.5110 or email uniqueboutique@wellnesshouse.org.  Appointments are limited and provided at no cost.  Register for Like What You See at wellnesshouse.org

    Salon Services
    hair cutting, shaving & shaping

    Wig Boutique*
    fitting & styling
    *supported in part by the American Cancer Society

    Wellness Tune-Ups
    massage & energy work therapy

    Like What You See Workshops
    eyebrow, makeup & skin tips, scarf tying

    Unique Boutique is made possible by the Eisel family in memory of wife and mother, Linda Eisel

     

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/balancing-act-improve-your-balance-and-help-prevent-falls/

    Balancing Act! Improve Your Balance and Help Prevent Falls

    Wednesdays, March 20-April 10, 2:090-3:00 p.m.

    Staff Registration Required

    Chandra Jadhwani, Physical Therapist

    For more information and to register, contact Amanda Woods at 630.654.5194 or awoods@wellnesshouse.org. A current physician medical release and health history are required. This 4-week series is designed to help keep you on your feet and prevent falls. Learn fall prevention tips to help keep you safe at home, and hot to use those “spare moments” to enhance your balance with activities that can be done almost anywhere. There will be an informational Introduction to Balance Act! Series.

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/maywood-beyond-cancer-program/

    Maywood – Beyond Cancer Program

    Mondays February 11, 18, 25,  6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

    Registration and commitment to all three weeks is required

    Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center
    Auditorium at Loyola Medical Center
    2160 S. First Avenue
    Finishing cancer treatment often elicits a full range of emotions, as well as a new range of physical concerns and questions for both patients and caregivers. Join us for this interactive three-week series that will provide the information you need to create your own action plan as you choose your course after cancer treatment. Light refreshments will be served.
    February 11 Introduction + Medical Concerns
    February 18 Nutrition + Exercise
    February 25 Social, Emotional and Practical Aspects + Genetics

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/elmhurst-the-power-of-creativity-for-caregivers/

    Elmhurst – The Power of Creativity for Caregivers

    Wednesday, March 13, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

    Registration Required

    Cancer Center Conference Room

    Explore and rediscover your own creative core for the purpose of healing during this interactive journey, where you’ll have the opportunity to express yourself through the power of art.

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/elmhurst-healthcare-choices-in-retirement/

    Elmhurst – Healthcare Choices in Retirement

    Wednesday, January 16, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

    Registration Required

    Cancer Center Conference Room

    Lori Martin
    President, Envision Benefits Specialists
    Gain a real understanding of how Medicare works and how to avoid the pitfalls of unknown hidden costs. All Medicare insurance options and costs are explained, and the facilitator will provide critical updates on Medicare legislation, benefit trends, and anticipated future costs.

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/mercy-mindfulness-meditation/

    Mercy – Mindfulness Meditation

    Friday, March 15,  10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

    Drop-ins Welcome

    Mercy Hospital & Medical Center
    2525 S. Michigan Avenue
    Great Room

    Discover ways to live life more effectively in the present moment, even through difficult times. No previous meditation experience required.

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/mercy-paper-valentines/

    Mercy – Paper Valentines

    Friday, February 8, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

    Drop-ins Welcome

    Mercy Hospital & Medical Center
    2525 S. Michigan Avenue
    Great Room

    Create lovely valentines to give and spread love!

     

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/the-power-of-creativity/

    Mercy – The Power of Creativity

    Friday, January 18, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

    Drop-ins Welcome

    Mercy Hospital & Medical Center
    2525 S. Michigan Avenue
    Great Room

    Explore and rediscover your own creative core for the purpose of healing during this interactive journey, where you’ll have the opportunity to express yourself through the power of music.

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/paper-mosaics/

    Berwyn – Paper Mosaics

    Friday, February 15, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

    Registration Required

    MacNeal Hospital
    3249 Oak Park Avenue
    Lower level conference room

    Instead of ceramics, we’ll use bits of paper and glue to create a beautiful work of art. All materials provided.

  • https://wellnesshouse.org/Program/spring-equinox-mandalas/

    Berwyn – Spring Equinox Mandalas

    Wednesday, March 20, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. 
    Thursday, March 21, 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.

    Registration Required

    Pav YMCA
    2947 Oak Park Avenue

    A mandala is a Hindu or Buddhist symbol representing the universe. As the days start to get longer and buds begin to appear, we’ll create lovely  mandalas and reflect on new beginnings. No experience required and all materials provided.