Healthy Lifestyle Program Offered by Livingston HealthCare
LIVINGSTON, MONT. – Livingston HealthCare is offering Lifestyle Balance classes starting in March 2018. Lifestyle Balance is a group lifestyle change program aimed at helping individuals who are at risk of developing diabetes, and those who have metabolic syndrome or high cholesterol.
The Lifestyle Balance classes are taught by a trained team which includes registered dietitians, a licensed clinical social worker, a physical therapist and a lifestyle coach. The team provides knowledge and framework for participants to build healthy habits into their daily life. Sessions focus on nutrition, exercise, stress management and lifestyle changes.
The program is open to adults 18 and older who are overweight or obese, have been told they have prediabetes—or are at risk for diabetes—and are ready to make a change toward a healthier lifestyle and weight loss.
The Lifestyle Balance program takes place over the course of a year. Classes are weekly, transitioning to monthly as the program progresses. There is a $150 fee for the program: $75 is required at the first session and $75 is required June 19 for the second six months.
An information and enrollment session will be held Monday, March 5 from 1-2 PM at Livingston HealthCare (320 Alpenglow Lane). Classes start March 6.
If you would like to enroll, please contact Chelsey Clark, Certified Diabetes Educator, at (406) 823-6665.
About Livingston HealthCare: Livingston HealthCare, in Livingston, Montana, is a nonprofit, 25-bed critical access hospital with a Level 4 Community Trauma Facility, a multispecialty provider clinic, as well as rehabilitation, and home-based services. Livingston HealthCare is an affiliate of the Billings Clinic system. www.LivingstonHealthCare.org