Lifestyle Wellness and Coaching
A variety of lifestyle wellness courses are designed to support healthy living. For more information contact Ruth Beals at 513-932-1424 ext. 140. Choose from:
- Personal Lifestyle Wellness Coaching. One-on-one counseling with a certified wellness coach helps participants address barriers that limit them from achieving health, fitness and wellness goals. By appointment only. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, contact Ruth Beals or call 513-932-1424 ext. 140.
- Family Wellness Coaching. Children gain a healthy well balanced lifestyle through family coaching which incorporates both parent/child group sessions and individual sessions.
- Group Wellness Coaching. Six to 12 people who share a focus come together for group coaching which incorporates both topical discussions and worksheets.
- Healthy Living. Adapt a healthier lifestyle during this five-week program that combines wellness coaching with workouts. Each class a wellness coach will lead both a 30-minute discussion on a healthy living topic followed by a 30-minute full body strength training workout.
- Nutritional Consultation. Registered Dietitians help you improve nutritional choices. Utilizes nutritional coaching, computerized dietary analysis, diet prescription based on health history/doctor recommendation and meal planning/cardio nutrition/sports nutrition/weight loss/eating disorders/nutrition and cancer/diabetes. Available separately or in conjunction with wellness coaching.
- Diabetes Prevention Program. A trained lifestyle coach will help you change your lifestyle over the course of 16 one-hour sessions. Topics covered include nutrition, starting physical activity, overcoming stress, staying motivated, and more. The initial sessions are followed by monthly sessions which you can attend for up to one year. Program goals are to reduce body weight by seven percent and increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week. Participants must be overweight and have a diagnosis of pre-diabetes or overweight and at high risk for developing diabetes to qualify for the program.