Health Basics is a SIMPLE, POSITIVE, and EMPOWERING group program. It is for those who want to choose healthy living, lose weight, and become more active. Health Basics moves people to ACTION. The program teaches low tech and low cost lifestyle choices that should be accessible to everyone. These basic lifestyle choices can prevent, manage, or improve chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, and depression. They will also support healthy aging of the brain and improve mental health.
Health Basics is FREE except for a small cost for a paper version of the participant journal. A free PDF journal is available if you prefer having an electronic copy.
Upcoming dates and times:
Begins October 20, 2020. Classes held on Tuesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.
Location: Zoom Virtual Platform.
Click HERE to register online now!
The course is 8 weeks long consisting of one 2-hour session each week.
Some exercise occurs in class so wear comfortable clothes and running shoes.
Who should attend?
Health Basics is for those who want to:
Choose healthy living
Become more active
Maintain a healthy brain and body as they age
Prevent, manage, or treat a chronic health condition
Health Basics is for adults (18+).
How do you get in to the program?
If there is an upcoming class scheduled you can register online using the links at the top of this page under "Upcoming dates and times". You do not need a referral to register in this program.
You can self-refer by calling 587-876-2657 and speaking with Rebecca. When you self-refer consider having a friend register with you as this can provide support for positive change.
You can obtain a referral from your Wolf Creek PCN family doctor, nurse, mental health counsellor, exercise specialist, or registered dietitian. Once you have a referral you can register by the using the above methods or by emailing email@example.com with which program your referral is for.
Your participation and energy focused on positive change.
Past participant quotes:
"I'm competing against myself… challenging myself to go that extra, rather than comparing myself to others".
"I have a 'proud moment's calendar' for myself that I put things on each day that I'm proud of… then I can look back on it when I'm discouraged."