February is American Heart Month. This is the month we take to educate ourselves on ways to help improve our heart health. To celebrate this month, GetSetUp is launching a special heart focused class series.
Choose from over 18 heart focused classes to help you learn and improve your habits around healthy foods, reducing stress, and exercise. Throughout the month we will be adding new classes to this series so keep checking back.
Take a sneak peek at some of the most popular classes and sign up to make sure you save the date!
Follow your blood! Enjoy a special Guest Speaker event talking about the red blood cells experience. Learn how your blood affects your heart and the rest of your body.
This talk tells the story of what a red blood cell experiences as it makes its way through the cardiopulmonary system. Learn about your heart, lungs, and blood vessels so you can understand a healthy cardiopulmonary (CP) system. Through this you can understand what a doctor measures to assess your overall cardiopulmonary health and gain an appreciation of heart-healthy behaviors that impact your circulatory system.
Presented by Guest Speaker: Rowland Chen.
Life is full of stresses, but you don’t have to let them get you down! These classes have been designed to empower you to manage and reduce your stress and keep your heart healthier.
Learn stress management techniques that you can do anywhere.
People are facing many challenges today. Through this class, people can learn immediate steps on how to release stress through deep breathing, simple chair yoga techniques, and NLP anchoring techniques.
Anyone can doodle! Doodling is the act of creating drawings in an unconscious or unfocused manner. While it may be considered rude to doodle during classes at school, or in a meeting at work, doodling can actually be incredibly beneficial. For many, doodles consist of a repeated pattern of designs. Doodling can focus your mind and help you to relax.
Food is the fuel we give our bodies. It is only natural that we need the right fuel to keep our bodies in tip-top shape. But eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard! Learn some tips and tricks to help you eat healthier and give your heart the vitamins and nutrients it needs to stay strong!.
Discover the benefits of heart-healthy cooking while you make the lifestyle changes you need for your health. Help prevent heart problems by learning cooking tips and healthy recipes.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Does eating that piece of cake leave you with feelings of guilt? Come learn about some healthy desserts that not only taste great but are good for you too!
Staying active helps to manage weight, keep your blood pressure down, and reduce stress altogether! We’re here to help you stay on track and get the exercise you need! Try one of our fun new classes focused on movement.
Get moving and have some fun dancing with us. This active session is for anyone who wants to get moving in a gentle, fun way. No dance experience needed. We'll review the simple steps and put on some music to get you going.
This active session is for those familiar with Qigong who have taken our Qigong for Beginners class. During the session, you will be led through Qigong movements as you practice the exercise.
Don’t see a class here that’s right for you? Check out our full class series to see which of the other great heart-healthy classes might suit your fancy.
Better yet give your heart all the love you can and learn from them all!
Join GetSetUp's classes this month to give your heart some extra love!
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