Circle Talk for Those Affected by Cancer

1st Wednesday of every month

6:00 - 8:00 pm

Location: Peaceful Remedies Center
East 24
41 Lake Street, Oswego

Appropriate for: Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

Circle Talk allows and encourages people to speak from the heart in a safe place. This is a gentle and respectful way for people to communicate. The power of circle talk comes from the respect and safety experienced by the participants - It allows you to speak and listen deeply.  Facilitated by Dr. Jodi Mullen.  

Cost: Complimentary

Cor Unum Yoga

Every Thursday

4:00 - 5:10 pm

North Coast Yoga

17 W Cayuga St, Oswego NY 13125

Appropriate for: Cancer survivors

Join us for Cor Unum (One Heart) Yoga.    

If you are currently going through cancer treatment or are someone who is trying to get back to daily activities after treatment has ended, you’ve come to the right place.   We look to share the healing path of yoga with cancer survivors by providing a safe, accessible class to survivors of any type of cancer.  Yoga is the cornerstone of many journeys and we are offering a 10 week class to  share these benefits with you.      

Cost is complimentary - Thanks to the generous Eagle Beverage Company and North Coast Yoga.

Cost: Complimentary

Drop-In Meditation

Meets Every Monday

6:30 – 8:00 pm

Peaceful Remedies Center
East 27 Meditation and Yoga Room

Appropriate for: Everyone

Please drop in and join Liane Benedict as she leads you in sitting, guided, body scan & mindful meditation.  Relax and Rejuvenate.  No prior experience needed.  

Cost: Complimentary


Schedule Appointment For
Reiki Session

Peaceful Remedies Center

41 Lake Street, Oswego

Appropriate for: Those diagnosed with life altering condition and primary caretakers

Peaceful Remedies offers complimentary Reiki sessions for those diagnosed with a life altering condition and primary caretakers.  For more information click on the link below.


Schedule Apppointment For
Massage Treatment

Peaceful Remedies Center

41 Lake Street, Oswego

Appropriate for: Those diagnosed with life altering condition

Peaceful Remedies offers complimentary massage sessions one day a month for those diagnosed with a life altering condition.  For more information click on the link below.


Open Hours

Tuesdays 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Thursdays 11:00 - 1:00 pm

Peaceful Remedies Center

41 Lake Street, Oswego

Appropriate for: Everyone

Peaceful Remedies offers Open Hours twice a week.  Stop in, relax, rest, use the many resources available including a lending library, meditation room and props, headphones for music and meditations and more.  Speak to a volunteer or enjoy quiet time away from the stresses of the world.   It's your time to use as you want. Our specialty...soothing views of Lake Ontario.  

Tai Chi/Qigong


7:15  - 8:15 pm

Location: North Coast Yoga
17 West Cayuga Street
Oswego, NY

Appropriate for: Those diagnosed and caregivers

Tai Chi/Qigong has been added to Peaceful Remedies' offerings. Many thanks to GEOFF BAER. Geoff teaches every Thursday evening and has invited those referred by Peaceful Remedies to attend at no charge. Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition practiced as a graceful form of exercise.  It involves a series of movements practiced in a a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing.  This opportunity is for those diagnosed with a life altering illness and current caregivers. A one time registration is necessary.

Cost: Complimentary for those diagnosed and caregivers, all others may attend for a fee


Circle Talk for Those Affected by A Life Altering Condition

3rd Wednesday of every month

6:00 - 8:00 pm

Location: Peaceful Remedies Center
East 24
41 Lake Street, Oswego

Appropriate for: Those diagnosed and Caregivers

This group is for anyone struggling with the negative impacts of a medical condition and their caregivers.  It offers people an opportunity to belong to a supportive community of individuals who are facing similar experiences.  

The sessions are peer led and supported by holistic therapist Brittany Terotta.  Brittany is a licensed clinical social worker and Holistic Energy Practitioner from NorthStar Wellness.  
Cost: Complimentary


Circle Talks During COVID-19

We feel connecting to others is more important than ever during this challenging time.  Circle Talks are continuing to meet monthly via the video conferencing tool Zoom. If interested please contact Peaceful Remedies by

Information on how to connect to the meeting will be sent to you along with answers to any questions you may have.  

A drum circle is a celebration of life, community, and music-making in the moment. Participants sit in a circle while playing drums and hand percussion, and join in creating a group rhythm. The circle is "moderated" by a facilitator who guides the group in rhythms and rhythm-based activities.

Drumming can have positive effects on your health and may help with many conditions from stress, fatigue, and anxiety, to hypertension, asthma, chronic pain, arthritis, mental illness, addiction, and even cancer.  And it's FUN.


Walk ins are welcome, however registering guarantees your drum spot.


Cost: Complimentary for those diagnosed and primary caregivers

     All others $10

Healing Drum Circle


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location:  McCrobie Building

41 Lake Street, Oswego

Appropriate for:  Everyone



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Cor Unum Yoga During COVID-19

Cor Unum Yoga at the Barn, Thursdays beginning August 20th, 4:00 - 5:10pm.

Rain or shine

Bring your own mat, blanket, bolster, and belt for props. A rolled blanket can be substituted for a bolster, and Linda sells belts for $6.00.  

There is no bathroom available and please bring your own water.  

Wear a mask as you walk to the sign-in area. Set up your mat at least 6 feet away from the other participants. While we are doing the class you may take off your mask, only to put it on again as we pack up and leave.  

Coming from Route 104 (Oswego) turn left onto Cemetery Road.  Once you pass the first house on the left look for the big tan barn, also on the left set back from the road. Park on the grass.

If you are unable to bring a mat, email us at  

If you have any questions or concerns or have trouble finding us call
Chris Haessig at 315-402-0190.

Virtual Book Club

Location:  From our office to your home via Zoom

Dates: Mondays, 10/5/20 -11/16/20

Time: 7-8 pm

Appropriate for: Everyone


Please consider joining us for our very first Peaceful Remedies Virtual Book Club.  The book we chose to share is Radical Remission written by Kelly A. Turner Ph.D.


Radical Remission occurs whenever a person heals from cancer against all odds.


This book is truly inspiring for those who want details on how people have survived a late stage cancer diagnosis.  Dr. Kelly Turner has done the work by interviewing these remarkable survivors and has found their commonalities. Dr. Turner has dedicated her life to finding, analyzing, and sharing cases of Radical Remission.  Her work has led to the identification of nine key factors for Radical Remission.  Join this book club if you want to learn and discuss this important work as a way for all of us and our loved ones to lead a life of wellness.


Books will be provided to all our participants to read in the comfort of their own homes. Due to Covid restrictions,  a weekly Zoom discussion will take place on Mondays from 7-8 PM, led by Chris Haessig.  Chris is a retired Oswego teacher and a dedicated Peaceful Remedies volunteer.    


Register soon. Space is limited.


Cost:  Complimentary