Yoga and relxation

Healthy living workshops offered at Gilda’s Club Madison include hands-on, self-care activities offered to teach members new skills, such as Relaxation & Guided Imagery, or keep minds busy and creative, such as arts & crafts, or to practice mind-body skills, such as yoga. Workshops are offered throughout the month, some on a regular basis, and some just once. Keep an eye on the online Calendar for workshops that interest or challenge you.

Gilda’s Club Community Art Show

Showcasing the creative artwork of those impacted by cancer who are involved in Gilda’s Club Madison’s cancer support programs, as well as entries from the statewide teen CUREative Art & Writing Contest. Art will be on display from Monday, April 19 until Monday, April 26 in windows along a sidewalk at the Goodman Community Center on the east side of Madison. A digital exhibit is available as well!

Upcoming Cooking Classes



Expressive Art Series: Growing Our Strength (Feb – April 2022)

Saturdays, 11:30 am-1:00pm (see below for dates & registration links)

Growing Our Strength is an 8-week journey using guided mini-meditations and thoughtful art making to help us look at ourselves in new, unexpected ways. The discovery of cancer, and the ensuing processes of living daily with its effects, can leave one feeling depleted, mentally, emotionally, and physically. This group, which can be taken as a complete 8-week course, or on a drop-in basis, will creatively investigate areas where we can nurture and regain our mental and emotional strength, areas such as resilience, compassion, patience, and hope. Click on the links below to learn more and to register!

Share Your Skills

Do you have special skills you would like to share with us as a volunteer? Every month Gilda’s Club Madison hosts workshops and lectures on a variety of topics, including: mindfulness, meditation, nutrition, healthy cooking, yoga, tai chi, zumba, and a variety of art activities. If you have skills or expertise you would like to share with our members, please call or email Kirsten Norslien, Program Director, at 608-828-8880 or