Health Promotion
Learn how physical activity plays a role in optimizing your health and improving your quality of life.  All Health Promotion programs are designed to empower you to gain control over your health so you can reach your goals by creating and maintaining a healty, active lifestlye.  Our Health Promotion programs are updated regularing so keep checking back to see if something peaks your interest!

For more information contact Adam Toffan at adam.toffan@umanitoba.ca or 204.474.7976.

Fort Garry Campus

  • Eating on the Go.
    This 45 minute session will provide practial examples and hands-on demonstrations for simple, nutritious, easy meal and snack solutions for those always on the go! FREE class. Registration still required.

  • Exercising for Health
    Learn how to safely and effectively be active with (or without) chronic disease such as type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular disease. This session will provide practical adn meaninful insight that will motivate you to move forward in your wellness journey. You will learn the basics about exercise, personalized ways of implementing an exercise program, and resources/facilities in your community. This single class program will be held on Saturday, September 23 from 10:30am to 12:30pm and on Wednesday, November 22 from 6:30-8:30pm. Class is FREE. To register, please contact Alex Edye-Mazowita at 204.474.7858 or at fkrmlab@umanitoba.ca.
  • Healthy Weight Management
    Arm yourself with the knowledge and practical skills to manage your weight through healthy and effective exercise and nutrition habits. This program will involve weekly group exercise sessions with a Certified Exercise Physiologist, and individualized exercise program, valuable nutrition information (including two practical hands-on sessions with a Sobeys Pharmacy Dietician) plus additional helpful resources.
  • Living With Diabetes
    Eat well and stay active; sounds simple, right? Living with diabetes can be challenging. Join us for diabetes basics about healthy eating, healthy cooking with samples each week, lable reading and portion control presented by a Sobeys Pharmacy Dietician. Physical activity guidelines and demonstrations will be presented by a Certified Exercise Physiologist to ensure you can be active safely and effectively. Whether you're newly diagnosed or have had diabetes for years, there is always something new to learn.

  • The Body Project
    Do you like what you see in the mirror? All students who identify as female are invited to participate in the Body Project – University of Manitoba, a group aimed at helping participants feel better about their bodies! The Body Project is a free two session workshop (each session is two-hours in duration) designed to improve body image. Click HERE for the upcoming session information.

Program Details and Registration

Click HERE to for program details including descriptions and pricing, dates and times and to register.

*Health Promotion programs are currently not available at our Bannatyne Campus location.

 

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