Program Changes
Due to COVID-19

Due to the unpredictability of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the greater Seattle area, the board and staff have been working together to make decisions that will best protect all of our members, many of whom are immunocompromised. Stay updated on class/program/event schedule changes by clicking on the link here, which will be updated as soon as a change occurs.

Dragon Boaters to
World Championship

TSNW’s Survivor SAKE dragon boat team competed in the All Cancer Survivor (ACS) Division at the Club Crew National Championships (CCNC) in Colorado Springs last August. Survivor SAKE prevailed with a bronze medal, which qualifies the team to compete in the Club Crew World Championship races in Aix-les-Baines, France in August 2020. Read this news article to learn more.

Article: Exercise
is Medicine

Team Survivor was recently featured in a Fred Hutch article, which demonstrates the positive health impact of exercise during and after a cancer diagnosis. Click here to read the article and look for the sidebar, “Friendship, fitness and fun: Team Survivor Northwest turns 25.” Based on the research, do you believe health care providers should be writing prescriptions for exercise?  

We Believe…

We believe in the power of fitness to improve women’s lives after a cancer diagnosis. Our belief is backed by research, science and women who have walked through our doors. Fitness and an active lifestyle not only improve outcomes but empower women survivors to feel better and thrive. Read some of our member’s stories here or watch the video below.

Thanks to our Partners!

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