Join us for a class on learning how to live your best life with Diabetes. In six, 2 1/2 hour sessions, you'll learn about:
The next class will be held Wednesdays, April 29 through June 3rd. Class time is from 10:30am-1:00pm. Free for YMCA members AND Non-members. Register at the YMCA and call Stacey for questions at 218-739-4489.
Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance is a set of eight coordinated movements, practices in slow, flowing motion. These movements help older adults gain good body alignment, improve their balance, and reduce the likelihood of falling. Research shows the people who complete the program are half as likely to fall and are less fearful of falling.
If you are an older adult, able to walk, canes and walkers are OK, and are interested in improving balance, flexibility, and strength, please join us in improving your balance while practicing the relaxing, fun art of Tai Ji Quan! For more information or when the next classes will be held, contact Stacey at the YMCA!
Come and see how easy it can be to make a healthy and delicious meal with chefs from local restaurants and delis. Participants will help prepare and sample the food and will go home with recipes. If you have questions, call Stacey at 218-739-4489 ext. 205 or email her at email@example.com.
May 11 will be hosted by Union Pizza
September 21 will be hosted by The Fabled Farmer
October 19 will be hosted by Chef Jan Werkau
November 16 will be hosted by The Williams Company Store & Deli
The YMCA offers on-going education and support for individuals with pre-diabetes through the I Can Prevent Diabetes program. Contact Stacey Vaughn, Health & Wellness Director, for more information on this program. This program is grant-supported and free for members and potential members.
Contact Stacey for more information on upcoming classes. Must re-register at the YMCA.
Living Well with Chronic Conditions is designed to improve the self-management skills of people living with ongoing health issues. Conditions like arthritis, mental health conditions, chronic pain, cancer, or diabetes can cause those affected to lose physical conditioning and suffer health problems over many years. This program teaches new strategies that will give participants the confidence, motivation, and skills needed to manage living with a chronic health condition.
For more information, please contact Stacey at 218-739-4489.