Clinton Journal | Extension, Warner Hospital offering Prime-Time Health Pgm.
CLINTON— Every day people try to figure out what it takes to live a healthier life. The amount of information is overwhelming and putting it all together is a daunting task. University of Illinois Extension in DeWitt County and Warner Hospital and Health Services Offer Opportunity to Help People Unravel the Mystery of a Healthier Lifestyle in One Program four weeks ahead.
Dr. Sears Prime-Time Health, a four-week program, will run from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays, April 5 through April 26. The program will be held at the DeWitt County Extension Office located at 8425 Katie Rd., Clinton. Dr. Sears Wellness Institute Certified Health Coach Mykenzie Green will lead the classes.
According to the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute, “Optimal health is achieved through a balanced approach to wellness that focuses on lifestyle, attitude, exercise, and nutrition.” Prime-Time Health empowers participants to understand how to live healthier and the science behind why these changes matter. This program is designed for adults and seniors and covers topics such as aging well, managing stress, the value of nutrition in reducing disease risk, and increasing physical strength.
“Health isn’t just about food and exercise,” says Caitlin Mellendorf, nutrition and wellness educator. “We are thrilled to have Mykenzie present the Prime-Time Health series to provide insight into many areas of wellness and explore ways to integrate everyone into our lives.”
There is a $10 fee for this program. Participants must register by March 29 at go.illinois.edu/Primetime. For more information please contact [email protected] or call 217-877-6042. This series is also offered as a self-paced online course with weekly group discussions. To learn more about this format, call 217-937-5275 or email [email protected]
The University of Illinois extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. If you require reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please contact 217-877-6042. Advance requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time to meet your access needs.