Telephone:

(403) 854-3351

Fax

(403) 854-4116

Address:

104 Fox Lake Trail, Hanna, Alberta, T0J1P0

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Description:

Physical activity and exercise benefit the mind and body and can help you manage chronic conditions.  In this workshop you will learn what active living and exercise are and how to include them in your life.

Topics include:

  • The difference between active living and exercise
  • How regular exercise benefits your health
  • How to include physical activity  in your life
  • Hands-on activity
  • Who it;s for:
  • Anyone who would like to learn more about being active

Sessions:

One session, 1-1.5 hours in length.

 

Workshops are free.  For more information, or to register please call 1-877-314-6997.

 

The Truth About What Works in Weight Management

Alberta Healthy Living Program  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

Maintaining a healthy weight is good for your health.  It reduces your risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, colon cancer, breast cancer, Type 2 diabetes, gall bladder disease, joint pain and osteoarthritis.  In this workshop you will learn what foods to eat and how much to eat to help you safely lower your calorie intake and maintain a healthy weight.  This workshop is facilitated by a registered dietitian.

Topics include:

  • How to evaluate what you are eating and learn strategies that can help reduce calories.
  • How meal patterns, food choices and portion size affect coloric intake
  • Which foods can help you manage your weight.

Who it’s for:

Anyone looking to learn more about how to achieve a healthy weight

Sessions:

One session , 2.5 hours in length.

 

Workshops are free.  For more information or to register, please call 1-877-314-6997

 

The Five Top Tips to Reduce Calories

Alberta Healthy Living Program  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

The amount of calories you need in a day depends on how active you are, your gender and also your age.  Eating of drinking more calories than you need can lead to weight gain and obesity.  In this workshop, taught by a registered dietitian, you will learn ways to safely reduce your calorie intake and maintain a healthy weight.

Topics include:

  • Five ways to safely lower your calorie intake
  • an opportunity to practice strategies in the workshop

Who it’s for:

Anyone who would like to safely reduce their calorie intake and maintain a healthy weight.

Calorie-burning tracker

  • Find out how many calories you burn by doing various activities.  with MyHealthAlberta’s interactive tool at http://bit.ly/2v7gGgg

Sessions:

One session, 2.5 hours long

 

Supervised Exercise Program

Alberta Healthy Living Program http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

Description:

Exercise can help you manage chronic conditions and stay healthy.  Learning to do it safely will help you prevent injury and stay on track for living healthy.

In this Program you will:

  • Learn to use equipment safely in a community gym
  • Learn how to self-monitor and stay safe while exercising
  • Improve your strength, flexibility and endurance
  • Have a one-on-one initial assessment (scheduled 1-2 weeks prior to start of the program)
  • Participate in exercise classes under the guidance of an exercise specialist
  • have an assessment after completing the program

Who it’s for:

For individuals with one or more chronic conditions interested in learning how to exercise safely and experience the health benefits.

NOTE:  Find out if this program is for you by attending the information session listed above.

Sessions:

Sessions vary by community.  Call 1-877-314-6997 for more information

Workshops are free.  Call 1-877-314-6997 for more information or to register.

Supervised Exercise Information Session

Alberta Healthy Living Program  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

Learning what to expect and asking questions can help you feel more comfortable with exercising.  In this workshop you will meet the program’s exercise specialist, be able to ask questions and decide if the program is right for you.

Who it’s For:

Anyone looking to learn more about the Supervised Exercise Program and what to expect.

 

One session, 1 hour

 

Workshops are free.  For more information or to register in a program call 1-877-314-6997

Stress Less

Alberta Healthy Living Programs  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

Stress can take many forms.  Some signs include feeling overwhelmed, difficulty concentrating, changes in appetite, disrupted sleep, chest pain, headaches and more.

Some stress is good for you, but chronic, ongoing stress is not.  In this workshop, you will learn how to manage stress to improve mental and physical health and reduce your risk of developing a range of disorders such as hypertension, Type 2 diabetes, obesity and irritable bowel syndrome.

Topics include:

  • Different levels of stress
  • how it affects your body
  • tips on how to reduce or prevent it

Who it’s for:

Anyone who feels stress and is looking for ways to reduce or prevent it.

 

One session, 1 to 1.5 hours

 

Workshops are free.  For more information or to register for a program call 1-877-314-6997

 

Sleep Well

Alberta Healthy Living Program  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

Quality sleep refreshes the body and mind.  It also helps us make better life choices and control food cravings.  In this workshop, discover what quality sleep means, how it relates to your health and tips for better sleep.

Topics include:

  • The link between quality sleep and good health
  • Norma and abnormal sleep patterns
  • Understanding your sleep habits
  • Tips to help you sleep better

Who it’s For:

Anyone who wants to sleep better

 

One session, 1.5 hours

 

Workshops are free.  For more information or to register call 1-877-314-6997.

 

Respiratory Education

Alberta Healthy Living Program  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

COPD is caused ny damage to the lungs form smoking and long-term exposure to chemical fumes, dust or air pollution.  In this workshop upi will learn more anout COPD, what you can do to prevent more damage and tips to help you breathe easier.

Topics include:

  • What is COPD
  • Factors that can affect COPD
  • Helpful breathing techniques
  • common respiratory medications and devices.

Who it’s For:

Anyone who has been diagnosed with a chronic lung condition, such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

 

Nine sessions, 1 hour in length

 

Workshops are free.  For more information or to register call 1-877-314-6997

 

 

Ready for Change

Alberta Healthy Living Program  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

Living healthier starts with making positive, informed choices when it comes to things such as nutrition and physical activity.  In this workshop, you will learn how to make changes to improve your health.

Topics include:

  • Identifying healthy life choices
  • Steps to making healthy life choices
  • Ways to make changes that will work for you
  • Small tips for making big changes.

Who it’s For:

Anyone who would like to learn more about making healthy lifestyle choices to improve their health.

 

One session, 1.5 hours

 

Workshops are free.  For more information or to register call 1-877-314-6997

Moving Matters: Including Physical Activity in your Day

Alberta Healthy Living Program  http://www.ahs.ca/ahlp

 

Description:

Physical Activity is any activity that’s part of your daily life.  It can include simple things like cleaning, shoveling snow, taking the stairs and carrying groceries.  Including more physical activity in your day can help you maintain a healthy weight and better manage chronic conditions.  In this workshop you will learn about physical activity and how to include it in your day.

Topics include:

  • Benefits and barriers to getting active
  • Tips on how to increase your physical ativity
  • How to set personal activity goals

Who it’s For:

Anyone looking to learn more about physical activity and how to include it in their day.

How much activity to I need?

Adults need 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity each week and kids need 60 minutes or more per day.  Moderate activity means your breathing and heart rate are higher than normal and you may be sweating.

 

One session, 2.5 hours in length

 

Workshops are free.  For more information or to register for a program call 1-877-314-6997