PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS
Workout Opportunities for Women
We began our W.O.W. program to provide a safe space for women in the Dearborn community to participate in exercise. The goal of this physical activity program is to address access such as transportation, language and cultural barriers.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, these workouts were held at locations around Dearborn such as schools, community centers, and other local and accessible spots throughout the community.
In order to stay COVID-safe, we are continuing these workouts virtually via Zoom. These workouts include various types of exercise such as yoga, strength, cardio, kickboxing, dance, and more! These workouts cater to all ages and all experience levels, so everyone can find a workout they enjoy from the comfort of their own home.
“I have been so overwhelmed and haven’t joined in a while. I am so happy you are still holding these classes. They help me so much with being active and reducing my stress.” – W.O.W participant
Healthy Living Sessions
Women’s Cooking and Fitness Classes
This evidence-based program for women focuses on healthy eating and active living. Each session includes physical activity, a nutrition session, and cooking.
Being Active, Eating Healthy
This healthy living program for all adults includes hands-on activities, videos, and handouts.
- Physical activity
- Healthy lifestyle choices
- Food preparation (cooking skill development)
- Food safety
- Food resource management
- Healthy food choices that taste great
- Quick, healthy meals and snacks
- Eating healthy on a budget
- Tips about losing weight and keeping it off
- How to make health eating part of your lifestyle
- How physical activity is key to living well
Health Club Podcast
If you like learning about different health topics, but dont want to be sitting in front of a computer screen all day, this podcast is for you! Each episode features a health based conversation with LAHC team members and experts in the field. Tune in to join the club!
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This project was funded in whole or in part by the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Michigan Fitness Foundation.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.