Team Survivor Northwest offers activities for women in all stages of cancer treatment and recovery. Programs are no cost to our members and appropriate for women at all levels of fitness. We can help you choose a program that suits your interests and needs.
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Move To Heal
Women of all fitness levels are encouraged to join these certified-instructor-led fitness classes, of varying intensity, designed especially for women who have been diagnosed with cancer.
Hiking is the perfect seasonal exercise for cancer survivors combining fresh air, vigorous physical activity and comaraderie.
triathlon training: no race required
Built and designed to help you set and meet your own fitness goals, this seasonal endurance training will emphasize better body mechanics across a myriad of fitness-related activities (hiking, walking, running, cycling, swimming, etc.).
Dust off your bike and experience the fun and camaraderie of a group ride! Rides are typically 10-15 miles long and take place on different trails each week.
Join the TSNW Mountain Climb! Each year, a group of women train and summit a mountain in the Pacific Northwest to raise awareness and funds for other women who have had a cancer diagnosis. In 2022, our incredible climbers tackled the iconic, 8,365-foot summit of Mount St. Helens.
Walking Group Pilot
Walking is a great, low-impact way to get moving and stay active! We are currently piloting moderate walks lasting about an hour. We aim to create local groups where you can enjoy the good company of others along with good exercise. Walking groups will run year-round.
If you are looking for a team activity that allows you to get away from it all without leaving the city, get a total body workout, and enjoy the company of a great group, dragon boating may be for you!
All of the activities on our Programs page are tagged with a meter to let you know how much effort may be involved. Be sure to check with your doctor that you are undertaking the right level of activity for your current health level.
Gentle exercise that doesn’t feel hard; it may not change your breathing pattern or make you sweat.
Moderate exercise may get your heart pumping but will generally allow you to carry on a normal conversation.
High intensity activity may require endurance and is intense enough that normal conversation is not possible.