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Obesity Treatment
A Primary Care Comprehensive Approach
Tuesday, January 14th
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Come join Jessica Paxson, MD for a discussion on What Causes Obesity and How Direct Primary Care Can Focus on Many Different Treatment Methods.
Location: Newton Activity Center

New Session starting
Wednesday, January 15th at 5:30 PM
Empowered to Transform"

Are you wanting to improve your health? Come to an informational meeting introducing the IN.FORM program, including a free health assessment. IN.FORM is a clinically designed program to assist the body in resolving health issues tied to metabolic syndrome. An added benefit is that the majority of class participants are successful in losing a significant amount of weight. Class meets for 13 weeks, class day and time will be determined by program enrollees at the initial introductory meeting. Take Charge Of Your Health!
Fee: $99 for 13 week session; 
Location: NRC Art Room
nstructor: Becky Esch, Natural Health Consultant and Certified IN.FORM Coach.
Note: E-mail for more info.

Walk With Ease
February 17th - March 27th
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
10:00 AM -11:00 AM

The Arthritis Foundation Walk with Ease Program is a exercise program that can reduce pain and improve overall health. If you can be on your feet for 10 minutes without increased pain, you can have success with Walk With Ease.
Benefits of Walk With Ease will help you:
* Motivate yourself to get in great shape
* Walk safely and comfortably
* Improve your flexibility, strength and stamina
* Reduce pain and feel great
Fee: $20 for 6 week session
Location: NRC Cottonwood Room & Gymnasium
nstructor: Tracie Strain & Becky Friesen Butcher
Registration Deadline: Friday, February 14th
Note: Three times per week for six weeks. SilverSneakers® & Silver&Fit eligible.

Eat Smart, Live Strong
April 1st - April 22nd
2:00 PM -4:00 PM

Eat Smart, Lie Strong is an evidenced-based curriculum centered on the 2010 Dietary Guidlines for Americans. There are four interactive sessions designed to help low income, older adults adopt two key behaviors that will improve their health and quality of life. The two key messages are: 1) Eat at least 3 1/2 cups of fruits and vegetables every day (1 1/2 cups of fruit and 2 cups of vegetables); 2) Participate in at least 30 minutes of physical activity most days of the week.
Location: Grand Central Senior Center; 122 E. 6th St., Newton
nstructor: Aaron Swank, MPH
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, March 25th
Note: For more information, contact Aaron C. Swank, MPH by phone (316) 284-6930 or email:
Minimum Enrollment:Maximum Enrollment: 15