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CANMOVE

Next Programme Upper Hutt: Wednesday 16th Jun 2020 @ 1.30pm

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JUMPSTART

Next Programme Upper Hutt: Monday 17th Feb 2020 @6pm

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Can Move Targeted Health Programme

CanMove is a free 6-week exercise and peer support course for those affected by cancer. The sessions aim to give participants an opportunity to connect with others through peer support and exercise. For more information or to register, please contact Emily or Helen on 04 5273380 or text 0274814642

Where: The Y, Upper Hutt
When: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Wednesdays (Starting 16th June)
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Jumpstart at the Y

Jumpstart is a 6-week programme aimed at improving health & wellbeing of people at risk of developing diabetes or have been diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes. Each week participants will attend an educational session which will cover a range of topics from understanding diabetes, reading food labels and the importance of exercise in managing your diabetes.

Nutritional advice will be run by the programme leader using Diabetes New Zealand national guidelines and local health providers will come in to speak for additional support.  Once signed up to the programme, all participants will go through a one to one consultation with a YMCA trainer to get personalised exercise programme.

The education sessions will be split with fun, friendly exercise and participants will be encouraged to join group fitness classes or work on their own exercise programme outside the sessions. To maximise success, participants will be guided on how to set realistic goals and bring whanau along to the education sessions.

CONTACT US

Programme Coordinator: Emily Morris

Email: emily.morris@ycentral.nz
Call: (04) 527 3380
Mobile: 02 7481 4642

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