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Weight Loss & Management
Introduction to the Secrets of Chinese Cooking
with Chris Toy
More Flavor...Less Salt
with Pat Watson, SMH Registered Dietitian
The DASH diet emphasizes portion size, eating a variety of foods and getting the right amount of nutrients. Discover how DASH can improve your health, lower your blood pressure and encourage you to reduce the sodium in your diet. Because the DASH diet is, a healthy way of eating, if offers healthy benefits besides just lowering blood pressure. The DASH diet is also in line with dietary recommendations to prevent osteoporosis, cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Join Stephens Memorial Hospital’s registered dietitian Pat Watson to learn more about this eating plan while sampling delicious, low-sodium, heart-healthy recipes.
Walking for the Health of It!
with Stephens Memorial and Lorie Olson, Maine native,and avid hiker/kayaker who has a great love and connection to the outdoors
Join Stephens Memorial Hospital every Tuesday and Thursday and beat the winter blues with our indoor walking program. In this program, you will enjoy the benefits of walking and staying active during the cold winter months. This class is for all walking levels. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, bring water and join us for the Health of It!
Please Note: If school is cancelled due to weather, there will be no class.
Yoga Poses for Your Morning Practice
with Wendy Dillon, RN Stephens Memorial Hospital
Start your day on a positive note! Experience the benefit of this delightful morning flow and learn some basic poses that you can incorporate into your everyday morning practice. Join Wendy Dillon, RN, SMH Oncology, for a moderate flow yoga experience for all skill levels! You will wake your body up and spend time connecting with yourself before heading out into the world. Bring a yoga mat, an eye mask or towel to cover eyes, a cushion or blanket to sit on, a bottle of water & wear comfortable clothes. Make sure to sign up early, as there is limited availability.