Elise Wileman, Certified Yoga Instructor
March 19 (Thursday) 12-12:30pm
Edgerton Hospital Classroom D: Free
Nicknamed “the mighty psoas,” it is the most important skeletal muscle in the human body! Learn where your psoas muscle is, the correlation between a tight/overworked psoas and low back pain, as well as simple exercises for lengthening and releasing the muscle.
Jennifer Ludwig, Registered Dietitian
Can a bowl of oatmeal help lower your cholesterol? How about a handful of walnuts or even a baked potato topped with some heart-healthy margarine? a few simple tweaks to your diet-like these, along with exercise and other heart-healthy habits-may be helpful in lowing your cholesterol.
Edgerton Hospital Classroom B: Free!
Feb 18 (Wed); 12:00-12:30 p.m.
Create a healthy heart by attending our free educational programs presented by top-notch health care professionals. These classes are specifically designed for anyone who may be at high-risk for heart disease or has previously suffered a heart attack. In 45 minutes, you’ll learn the steps necessary to ensure a healthy heart! Feel free to register for as many programs as you’d like.
- The Basics of Cholesterol
- Reading Food Labels
- Blood Pressure
- Strength Training and Relaxation Techniques
Programs are typically offered on Mondays, 9:00 – 9:45 a.m., at Edgerton Hospital Cardiac Rehab Room
For a current listing of class dates and times call Sue Kindschi at (608) 884-1397.
Kathleen Butler and Keynote Speaker
This support group is for women living with heart disease. The monthly meetings will not only provide a great opportunity, but will be fun and educational with a variety of keynote speakers and topics. Cardiac Rehab Room: Free!
To register, call Kathleen Butler at 608.290.6164 or Sue Kindschi at 608-884-1397.
Meets the fourth Thursday of every month from 12:30-2:00 p.m.