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You are invited!  Join us for these wonderful presentations.  Don’t delay – these classes have limited size and most require registration.  Classes have no cost are open to all members eligible to use the Montana Health Centers.  Click on the city of your choice, or just scroll down to browse.  

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Click here for recorded presentations or the city you are interested in for LIVE presentations, below.

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HELENA

Montana Commuter Challenge
Dates: May 1-31.
Location: Statewide – wherever you are!
Spring is in the air, so it is the perfect time of year to invest in yourself and our beautiful state of Montana.  Take the active transportation plunge by ditching your car and having a blast bicycling, walking, or riding the bus to work for the month of May.  Biking and walking to work is a fun and efficient way to get your exercise and it also cuts down on carbon emissions. A win for you and a win for Montana.  Join the challenge today!
To Register: www.mtcommuterchallenge.org.

Attending any 2 of the below classes or completing the Walk with Ease program is an eligible Next Steps Incentive activity for the November 1, 2016-October 31, 2017 incentive period.   

You are Invited: Weight Watchers Inspire Event
Date: Wednesday, April 26 and May 3 or Thursday April 27 and May 4.  12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Location: Mitchell Building, Room 7 (basement). 
Have you ever wanted to experience a WEIGHT WATCHERS MEETING?  Our Inspire Event is coming and we would love to have you come! Receive a FREE gift for joining during this event!  It's a great value and has some TOOLS to get you started and stay on track.
No registration necessary.  For questions, please contact Karly Olson - At Work Leader: karly.olson91013@yahoo.com.

The classes below require registration, have no cost and are open to all State Plan members and dependents who are eligible to use the Montana Health Center. 

Walk with Ease
Dates: Starts June 12, 6-week walking program. 
Location: It is an online self-directed walking program, you pick the time and place to walk!
Walking is a safe activity for most everyone. This is a great program if you want to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will e-mail you weekly to help get you started and keep you motivated to walk, participants report back their weekly walking minutes.
Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program.  For questions or concerns contact Melissa VanderVos at mvandervos@mt.gov or call (406) 444-0959.

If you’re interested in a class but find it doesn’t match a day and time that works for you, consider inviting the health coach to come to you!  All health coaches are available for on-site visits.  Enrich your departmental/staff meetings with a guest speaker.  Suggested topics available or request a topic of interest to your group.  Contact Margy Bartley at mbartley@carehere.com for additional details or a list of topics or complete the 3 minute survey to submit your request: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pptrequest.

Online Registration for all classes listed below:

  • Go to www.CareHere.com and log in with your Username and Password.
  • Click on Appointments
  • Click on date of class; then choose drop down: 
  • What: Choose Classroom (the word Classroom might be in gray, however, please click on it).
  • Click Get Appointments. Find the Class Name in blue and click on it. 
  • This will take you to the class schedule where you can register by clicking on Make Appointment. You may also call 855.200.6822 and ask for assistance with registering. 

Grocery Store Tour 
Dates: May 16, 23, or 30 (Tuesday), 12:10-12:50 PM.  
Location: Safeway Grocery, 611 N. Montana Ave, Helena; Floral Dept. 
Are you confused by nutrition labels and baffled by ingredient lists? Do you get stuck in a fruit and vegetable rut? Are you wondering how to venture out of your usual routine? Come and learn what to look for on food labels and which aisles to really avoid the next time you shop. Your tour guide will be a registered dietitian in a small group setting.   
To Register: online registration (directions above). 

Food Awareness 101
Date: May 2, 9, 16, or 23; (Tuesday), 11:30 AM-12:30 PM. 
Location: Helena Health Center, 405 Saddle Drive; Conference Room. 
Learn about resources that assist with weight loss and management while getting effective ways to start improving your health today! Please register for one date.
To Register: online registration (directions above).

Food as Fuel
Date: May 3, 10, 17, or 24; (Wednesday), 3:15-4:00 PM.
Location: Safeway Grocery, 611 N. Montana Ave, Helena; Floral Dept.
Join a health coach for a tour of the grocery store and learn the fundamental basics of nutrition, how to navigate the store and how to read a label or two.  Please register for one date.
To Register: online registration (directions above).

Fundamentals of Nutrition 
Dates: May 31, (Wednesday), 11:00 AM- 11:45 PM. 
Location: Helena Health Center, 405 Saddle Dr.; Conference Room. 
Are you looking to manage your health through food?  Not sure where to start to lose weight, feel better, reduce cholesterol and stabilize blood sugars, among others?  Come and learn the simple foundation to which the process begins with a registered dietitian in a small group setting.  Individual consults available after attendance.  
To Register: online registration (directions above).

 

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MILES CITY

Montana Commuter Challenge
Dates: May 1-31.
Location: Statewide – wherever you are!
Spring is in the air, so it is the perfect time of year to invest in yourself and our beautiful state of Montana.  Take the active transportation plunge by ditching your car and having a blast bicycling, walking, or riding the bus to work for the month of May.  Biking and walking to work is a fun and efficient way to get your exercise and it also cuts down on carbon emissions. A win for you and a win for Montana.  Join the challenge today!
To Register: www.mtcommuterchallenge.org.

Attending any 2 of the below classes or completing the Walk with Ease program is an eligible Next Steps Incentive activity for the November 1, 2016-October 31, 2017 incentive period.   

Walk with Ease
Dates: Starts June 12, 6-week walking program. 
Location: It is an online self-directed walking program, you pick the time and place to walk!
Walking is a safe activity for most everyone. This is a great program if you want to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will e-mail you weekly to help get you started and keep you motivated to walk, participants report back their weekly walking minutes.
Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program.  For questions or concerns contact Melissa VanderVos at mvandervos@mt.gov or call (406) 444-0959.

Online Registration for all classes listed below:

  • Go to www.CareHere.com and log in with your Username and Password.
  • Click on Appointments
  • Click on date of class; then choose drop down: 
  • What: Choose Classroom (the word Classroom might be in gray, however, please click on it).
  • Click Get Appointments. Find the Class Name in blue and click on it. 
  • This will take you to the class schedule where you can register by clicking on Make Appointment. You may also call 855.200.6822 and ask for assistance with registering. 

The classes below require registration, have no cost and are open to all State Plan members and dependents who are eligible to use the Montana Health Center.  If you’re interested in a class but find it doesn’t match a day and time that works for you, consider inviting the health coach to come to you!  All health coaches are available for on-site visits.  Enrich your departmental/staff meetings with a guest speaker.  Suggested topics available or request a topic of interest to your group.  Contact Margy Bartley at mbartley@carehere.com for additional details or a list of topics or complete the 3 minute survey to submit your request: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pptrequest.

Meal Planning for Busy Families 
Dates: May 18 (Thursday), 1:00 PM-1:45 PM. 
Location: Pine Hills Youth Correctional Facility. 4 North Haynes Ave, Miles City.
Have you ever wished you didn’t have to make a shopping list to match a new recipe?  Do you long for recipes with 12 ingredients or less that take no more than 45 minutes to prep, cook and serve that are full of flavor and are a balanced meal for your family?  Please join Karla Herman, registered dietitian nutritionist for this ongoing workshop throughout 2017 that provides you with 2-3 new recipes each month and the tools to build a shopping list that proceeds orderly through the grocery store. No more rushing back and forth from aisle to aisle because your list is disorganized. Please bring pen and paper as the shopping list will be compiled during the class. Register under “Miles City Health Center Presentation.”
To Register: online registration (directions above). 

 

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BILLINGS

Montana Commuter Challenge
Dates: May 1-31.
Location: Statewide – wherever you are!
Spring is in the air, so it is the perfect time of year to invest in yourself and our beautiful state of Montana.  Take the active transportation plunge by ditching your car and having a blast bicycling, walking, or riding the bus to work for the month of May.  Biking and walking to work is a fun and efficient way to get your exercise and it also cuts down on carbon emissions. A win for you and a win for Montana.  Join the challenge today!
To Register: www.mtcommuterchallenge.org.

Attending any 2 of the below classes or completing the Walk with Ease program is an eligible Next Steps Incentive activity for the November 1, 2016-October 31, 2017 incentive period.   

Walk with Ease
Dates: Starts June 12, 6-week walking program. 
Location: It is an online self-directed walking program, you pick the time and place to walk!
Walking is a safe activity for most everyone. This is a great program if you want to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will e-mail you weekly to help get you started and keep you motivated to walk, participants report back their weekly walking minutes.
Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program.  For questions or concerns contact Melissa VanderVos at mvandervos@mt.gov or call (406) 444-0959.

Online Registration for all classes listed below:

  • Go to www.CareHere.com and log in with your Username and Password.
  • Click on Appointments
  • Click on date of class; then choose drop down: 
  • What: Choose Classroom (the word Classroom might be in gray, however, please click on it).
  • Click Get Appointments. Find the Class Name in blue and click on it. 
  • This will take you to the class schedule where you can register by clicking on Make Appointment. You may also call 855.200.6822 and ask for assistance with registering. 

The classes below require registration, have no cost and are open to all State Plan members and dependents who are eligible to use the Montana Health Center.  If you’re interested in a class but find it doesn’t match a day and time that works for you, consider inviting the health coach to come to you!  All health coaches are available for on-site visits.  Enrich your departmental/staff meetings with a guest speaker.  Suggested topics available or request a topic of interest to your group.  Contact Margy Bartley at mbartley@carehere.com for additional details or a list of topics or complete the 3 minute survey to submit your request: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pptrequest.

Meal Planning for Busy Families 
Dates: May 4 (Thursday), 12:15 PM-12:45 PM.  
Location: Job Service Building.  2121 Rosebud Drive, Billings, MT. Conference room C26.
Have you ever wished you didn’t have to make a shopping list to match a new recipe?  Do you long for recipes with 12 ingredients or less that take no more than 45 minutes to prep, cook and serve that are full of flavor and are a balanced meal for your family? Please join Karla Herman, registered dietitian nutritionist for this ongoing workshop throughout 2017 that provides you with 2-3 new recipes each month and the tools to build a shopping list that proceeds orderly through the grocery store. No more rushing back and forth from aisle to aisle because your list is disorganized. Please bring pen and paper as the shopping list will be compiled during the class! 
To Register: online registration (directions above). Register under “Billings Health Center Presentation.”     

Meal Planning for Busy Families 
Dates: May 11 (Thursday), 12:15 PM-12:45 PM.  
Location: Claims Processing Building.  624 North 24th Street, Billings, MT. First floor conference room.
Have you ever wished you didn’t have to make a shopping list to match a new recipe?  Do you long for recipes with 12 ingredients or less that take no more than 45 minutes to prep, cook and serve that are full of flavor and are a balanced meal for your family?  Please join Karla Herman, registered dietitian nutritionist for this ongoing workshop throughout 2017 that provides you with 2-3 new recipes each month and the tools to build a shopping list that proceeds orderly through the grocery store. No more rushing back and forth from aisle to aisle because your list is disorganized. Please bring pen and paper as the shopping list will be compiled during the class! 
To Register: online registration (directions above). Register under “Billings Health Center Presentation.”

Meal Planning for Busy Families 
Dates: May 25 (Thursday), 12:15 PM-12:45 PM.  
Location: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.  2300 Lake Elmo Drive, Billings, MT.
Have you ever wished you didn’t have to make a shopping list to match a new recipe?  Do you long for recipes with 12 ingredients or less that take no more than 45 minutes to prep, cook and serve that are full of flavor and are a balanced meal for your family?  Please join Karla Herman, registered dietitian nutritionist for this ongoing workshop throughout 2017 that provides you with 2-3 new recipes each month and the tools to build a shopping list that proceeds orderly through the grocery store. No more rushing back and forth from aisle to aisle because your list is disorganized. Please bring pen and paper as the shopping list will be compiled during the class.
To Register: online registration (directions above). Register under “Billings Health Center Presentation.”

Meal Planning for Busy Families
Dates: May 9, 16, and 23 (Tuesday), 12:15 PM-12:45 PM.  
Location: Department of Revenue.  14th Floor of Wells Fargo building, conference room.  175 North 27th Street, Billings.
Have you ever wished you didn’t have to make a shopping list to match a new recipe?  Do you long for recipes with 12 ingredients or less that take no more than 45 minutes to prep, cook and serve that are full of flavor and are a balanced meal for your family?  Please join Karla Herman, registered dietitian nutritionist for this ongoing workshop throughout 2017 that provides you with 2-3 new recipes each month and the tools to build a shopping list that proceeds orderly through the grocery store. No more rushing back and forth from aisle to aisle because your list is disorganized. Please bring pen and paper as the shopping list will be compiled during the class.  Register under “Billings Health Center Presentation.”
To Register: online registration (directions above).


 

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DEER LODGE

Montana Commuter Challenge
Dates: May 1-31.
Location: Statewide – wherever you are!
Spring is in the air, so it is the perfect time of year to invest in yourself and our beautiful state of Montana.  Take the active transportation plunge by ditching your car and having a blast bicycling, walking, or riding the bus to work for the month of May.  Biking and walking to work is a fun and efficient way to get your exercise and it also cuts down on carbon emissions. A win for you and a win for Montana.  Join the challenge today!
To Register: www.mtcommuterchallenge.org.

Attending any 2 of the below classes or completing the Walk with Ease program is an eligible Next Steps Incentive activity for the November 1, 2016-October 31, 2017 incentive period.   

Walk with Ease
Dates: Starts June 12, 6-week walking program. 
Location: It is an online self-directed walking program, you pick the time and place to walk!
Walking is a safe activity for most everyone. This is a great program if you want to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will e-mail you weekly to help get you started and keep you motivated to walk, participants report back their weekly walking minutes.
Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program.  For questions or concerns contact Melissa VanderVos at mvandervos@mt.gov or call (406) 444-0959.

The classes below require registration, have no cost and are open to all State Plan members and dependents who are eligible to use the Montana Health Center.  If you’re interested in a class but find it doesn’t match a day and time that works for you, consider inviting the health coach to come to you!  All health coaches are available for on-site visits.  Enrich your departmental/staff meetings with a guest speaker.  Suggested topics available or request a topic of interest to your group.  Contact Margy Bartley at mbartley@carehere.com for additional details or a list of topics or complete the 3 minute survey to submit your request: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pptrequest.

Label Reading 101
Dates: May 11, (Thursday), 11:00 AM-11:45 AM.
Location:  Webinar (URL for the meeting room and call-in information to be emailed to those who have registered prior to the class).
We’ve all seen or looked at a nutrition label, but do we really know what all those numbers mean and how to use them to make good choices? Grab your lunch and learn at your desk about how to read nutrition labels, important things to look for, and how to use the information to benefit your health.
To Register: E-mail Sarah Kuhn at skuhn@carehere.com.  

Foods that Fuel
Dates: May 16, (Tuesday), 4:00 PM-5:00 PM.   
Location: Butte Health Center, 3703 Harrison Ave., Suite B.  
Come learn about the power of food in the form of protein, carbohydrates, good fats, vitamins and minerals and its relation to weight management.  This presentation focuses on practicing how to eat more to reach goals rather than denying our bodies the fuel it needs to survive.
To Register: E-mail Sarah Kuhn at skuhn@carehere.com.

Cholesterol: Know Your Numbers
Dates: May 30, (Tuesday), 2:30 PM-3:15 PM.
Location:  Webinar (URL for the meeting room and call-in information to be emailed to those who have registered prior to the class).
Grab your lunch and learn at your desk about your cholesterol numbers, what they mean and how you can improve them.
To Register: E-mail Sarah Kuhn at skuhn@carehere.com.  

 

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BUTTE

Montana Commuter Challenge
Dates: May 1-31.
Location: Statewide – wherever you are!
Spring is in the air, so it is the perfect time of year to invest in yourself and our beautiful state of Montana.  Take the active transportation plunge by ditching your car and having a blast bicycling, walking, or riding the bus to work for the month of May.  Biking and walking to work is a fun and efficient way to get your exercise and it also cuts down on carbon emissions. A win for you and a win for Montana.  Join the challenge today!
To Register: www.mtcommuterchallenge.org.

Attending any 2 of the below classes or completing the Walk with Ease program is an eligible Next Steps Incentive activity for the November 1, 2016-October 31, 2017 incentive period.   

Walk with Ease
Dates: Starts June 12, 6-week walking program. 
Location: It is an online self-directed walking program, you pick the time and place to walk!
Walking is a safe activity for most everyone. This is a great program if you want to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will e-mail you weekly to help get you started and keep you motivated to walk, participants report back their weekly walking minutes.
Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program.  For questions or concerns contact Melissa VanderVos at mvandervos@mt.gov or call (406) 444-0959.

The classes below require registration, have no cost and are open to all State Plan members and dependents who are eligible to use the Montana Health Center.  If you’re interested in a class but find it doesn’t match a day and time that works for you, consider inviting the health coach to come to you!  All health coaches are available for on-site visits.  Enrich your departmental/staff meetings with a guest speaker.  Suggested topics available or request a topic of interest to your group.  Contact Margy Bartley at mbartley@carehere.com for additional details or a list of topics or complete the 3 minute survey to submit your request: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pptrequest.

Label Reading 101
Dates: May 11, (Thursday), 11:00 AM-11:45 AM.
Location:  Webinar (URL for the meeting room and call-in information to be emailed to those who have registered prior to the class).
We’ve all seen or looked at a nutrition label, but do we really know what all those numbers mean and how to use them to make good choices? Grab your lunch and learn at your desk about how to read nutrition labels, important things to look for, and how to use the information to benefit your health.
To Register: E-mail Sarah Kuhn at skuhn@carehere.com.  

Foods that Fuel
Dates: May 16, (Tuesday), 4:00 PM-5:00 PM.   
Location: Butte Health Center, 3703 Harrison Ave., Suite B.  
Come learn about the power of food in the form of protein, carbohydrates, good fats, vitamins and minerals and its relation to weight management.  This presentation focuses on practicing how to eat more to reach goals rather than denying our bodies the fuel it needs to survive.
To Register: E-mail Sarah Kuhn at skuhn@carehere.com.

Cholesterol: Know Your Numbers
Dates: May 30, (Tuesday), 2:30 PM-3:15 PM.
Location:  Webinar (URL for the meeting room and call-in information to be emailed to those who have registered prior to the class).
Grab your lunch and learn at your desk about your cholesterol numbers, what they mean and how you can improve them.
To Register: E-mail Sarah Kuhn at skuhn@carehere.com.

 

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MISSOULA

Montana Commuter Challenge
Dates: May 1-31.
Location: Statewide – wherever you are!
Spring is in the air, so it is the perfect time of year to invest in yourself and our beautiful state of Montana.  Take the active transportation plunge by ditching your car and having a blast bicycling, walking, or riding the bus to work for the month of May.  Biking and walking to work is a fun and efficient way to get your exercise and it also cuts down on carbon emissions. A win for you and a win for Montana.  Join the challenge today!
To Register: www.mtcommuterchallenge.org.

Attending any 2 of the below classes or completing the Walk with Ease program is an eligible Next Steps Incentive activity for the November 1, 2016-October 31, 2017 incentive period.   

Walk with Ease
Dates: Starts June 12, 6-week walking program. 
Location: It is an online self-directed walking program, you pick the time and place to walk!
Walking is a safe activity for most everyone. This is a great program if you want to start or maintain a low impact exercise program. During the six-week program the Walk with Ease coach will e-mail you weekly to help get you started and keep you motivated to walk, participants report back their weekly walking minutes.
Click to learn more and register for the Walk with Ease Program.  For questions or concerns contact Melissa VanderVos at mvandervos@mt.gov or call (406) 444-0959.

Online Registration for all classes listed below:

  • Go to www.CareHere.com and log in with your Username and Password.
  • Click on Appointments
  • Click on date of class; then choose drop down: 
  • What: Choose Classroom (the word Classroom might be in gray, however, please click on it).
  • Click Get Appointments. Find the Class Name in blue and click on it. 
  • This will take you to the class schedule where you can register by clicking on Make Appointment. You may also call 855.200.6822 and ask for assistance with registering. 

The classes below require registration, have no cost and are open to all State Plan members and dependents who are eligible to use the Montana Health Center.  If you’re interested in a class but find it doesn’t match a day and time that works for you, consider inviting the health coach to come to you!  All health coaches are available for on-site visits.  Enrich your departmental/staff meetings with a guest speaker.  Suggested topics available or request a topic of interest to your group.  Contact Margy Bartley at mbartley@carehere.com for additional details or a list of topics or complete the 3 minute survey to submit your request: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pptrequest.

Diabetic Testing Supply
Dates: May 15 (Monday), 12:15 PM–12:45 PM.
Location: Missoula Health Center, 1211 South Reserve Street, Suite 202.
If you take medication for diabetes, then this class is for you!  Come to learn about our CareHere Diabetic Testing Supply program and leave with a meter and 1-3 months of supplies (at no cost to you!).  Learning to stabilize glucose levels will help decrease your risks of Diabetes complications. 
To Register: online registration (directions above); Register under “RN Health Education Class.”

Love Your Way to Health
Date: May 8 (Monday), 12:15 PM–12:45 PM.
Location: DEQ, 2801 Connery Way.
When we have our own sense of identity we are better able to make decisions and navigate life with more ease.  We are able to include friends and partners in our lives who are emotionally healthy and with whom we can share ourselves in a healthy way.  Learning about ourselves and developing a solid sense of identity can help us feel more fulfilled and happy because we are better able to guide our lives to what we desire.  In this class, we will look at ways to help develop a better sense of who you are and increase self-awareness.  Please bring your lunch – this is an “informal” class. 
To Register: online registration (directions above).

Love Your Way to Health
Date: May 22 (Monday), 12:15 PM–12:45 PM.
Location: Fish and Wildlife, 3201 Spurgin Road.
When we have our own sense of identity, we are better able to make decisions and navigate life with more ease.  We are able to include friends and partners in our lives who are emotionally healthy and with whom we can share ourselves in a healthy way.  Learning about ourselves and developing a solid sense of identity can help us feel more fulfilled and happy because we are better able to guide our lives to what we desire.  In this class, we will look at ways to help develop a better sense of who you are and increase self-awareness.
To Register: online registration (directions above).

Tabata Training/Pilates
Dates: May 9, 16, 23, 30 (Tuesday), 12:05 PM–12:55 PM.
Location: Palmer Complex, 2681 Palmer Street.
This workout is a combination of the barre method, Pilates and strengthening to challenge your muscles and improve flexibility. Participants can modify exercises to meet individual fitness levels and goals. Exercise/yoga mat or large towel recommended.  Appropriate footwear necessary.  Acknowledgement of Risk form must be signed at time of participation. Minimum of 5 participants necessary to hold class.
To Register: online registration (directions above).

Tabata Training/Pilates
Dates: May 10, 17, 31 (Wednesday), 12:05 PM–12:55 PM.
Location: DNRC Southwestern Land Office, 1401 27th Ave, Building B Conference Room.
This workout is a combination of the barre method, Pilates and strengthening to challenge your muscles and improve flexibility. Participants can modify exercises to meet individual fitness levels and goals. Exercise/yoga mat or large towel recommended.  Appropriate footwear necessary.  Acknowledgement of Risk form must be signed at time of participation. Minimum of 5 participants necessary to hold class.
To Register: online registration (directions above).

Mat Pilates
Dates: May 11, 18 (Thursday), 12:05 PM-12:55 PM.
Location: Palmer Complex, 2681 Palmer Street.
Pilates is a deep muscle conditioning and stretching class that tones the body, with specific focus on core muscles (abdominals, gluteals, inner thigh, back/spine muscles) to help prevent injuries and reduce chronic pain. Participants can modify exercises to meet individual fitness levels and goals. Yoga/exercise mat or large towel recommended.  Acknowledgement of Risk form must be signed at time of participation.  Minimum of 5 participants necessary to hold class.
To Register: online registration at (directions above).

Move More, Sit Less
Date:  May 18 (Thursday), 5:15-6:15PM.
Location: Missoula Health Center, 1211 South Reserve St., Suite 202.
Learn creative strategies to increase physical activity at work, exercises that can be performed at work, and ways to improve back health while working. Minimum of 5 participants necessary to hold class.  
To Register: online registration at (directions above); register under “Missoula Health Center Presentation.”

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In-person Presentations
Are you looking for a presenter to come talk with your group about wellness, health plan benefits, or other wellness-related topics?  If so, just click here to request a presenter!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/pptrequest