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If you are booked into our system you will receive a confirmation email of your registration. If you do not, please call 519-833-7576 x362.

Please Note

If you are attempting to register for a program or workshop you have already attended, within the past 2 years, please call 519-833-7576 ext 362, to be put on a waiting list for this session. This will ensure that spots are made available first to those who have not yet had the opportunity to participate. Thank you for your cooperation.


Anxiety – Dial it Down

Drug Free Tips to Decrease Anxiety.

Better Sleep

Learn to fall asleep or back to sleep more easily, clear your mind and more.

Caring for a Loved one with a Mental Health Issue

If you have a family or friend who is suffering from anxiety, depression and other mental health issues, this two-hour workshop is for you. Friends and family are an essential element to managing and recovering from mental health issues. However, it can be challenging to know how best to help a loved one.

This workshop will provide education on the symptoms of anxiety and depression and discuss how best to support your loved one while also taking care of yourself. This workshop will also provide an opportunity to share your experiences and connect with others that understand what you are going through.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group for Anxiety and Depression

6 week process group using the concepts of CBT (one of today's most effective forms of psychotherapy) to help understand and manage the symptoms of anxiety and depression

For more information and to register please click here.

Cooking Classes

This class is designed to help increase your confidence and motivation to cook healthy, balanced meals at home.
Join our Registered Dietitians as they prepare a healthy meal, provide practical cooking tips and answer questions along the way!

Each class will feature new recipes designed to be practical, budget-friendly and focus on introducing new ingredients.

The class will conclude by sitting down to enjoy the meal as a group!

Chronic Disease Self Management Program

Chronic Disease Self Management Program is a free 6 week workshop for people who live with any ongoing health condition.

For more information and to register please visit the Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program – Take Charge website

Chronic Pain Self-Management Program

Take Charge! A free 6 week workshop for persons who have a primary or secondary diagnosis of pain.

For more information and to register, please visit the Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program – Take Charge–Chronic Pain Self Management website.

Craving Change

Understand WHY you eat the way you do.
Comfort yourself without food.
Change your thinking, change your eating.
The Craving Change program is NOT a diet. It does not teach you what, when, where or how much to eat. Craving Change will give you the opportunity to reflect, share, laugh, learn and change. The Focus is on self management of emotional eating.

Healthy Living Series

In this 2-part series you will learn eating and lifestyle strategies that have a proven impact on overall health including: prevention and management of pre-diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol
Topics include:
– Principles of healthy eating featuring the Mediterranean diet
– Physical activity
– Label reading
– Common nutrition myths
– Maintaining a healthy weight
– Goal setting

Heart Health Workshop

In this workshop you will learn healthy eating and lifestyle strategies to help manage high cholesterol and/or high blood pressure. We will review heart disease risk factors, what the cholesterol numbers mean, as well as discuss different types of fats and how they may impact your cholesterol profile. We will discuss practical suggestions for eating to improve your heart health.

Lets Meet at the Baby Cafe

Come and be a part of this casual, but informative group, for parents and their infants, ages 0-12 months.
To register in Erin please call Angela at 519-833-9696
To register in Rockwood please call Susanne at 519-856-2113

For more information call Angela at 519-833-9696

Learn to Manage your Fibromyalgia

The aim of this program is to educate those diagnosed with fibromyalgia about the disease, pain management, medications, the role of stress in the disease and the importance of exercise to maintain an independent lifestyle.


  • Are you 55 or over?
  • Don’t like being called a “senior” because you’ve got lots of active living to
  • Want to know how to age in the most healthy and active way?
  • Would like some professionally-led peer support to cope well with the changes in your life and body that come with each additional year of life?

Prime-timers is for you!
This monthly group will combine a group support component with a guest speaker each month.

Relaxation and Stress Management Skills Training

You will get the opportunity to practice and develop strong skills in releasing body tension, calming emotions and focusing the mind.

Simple Effective Ways to Prevent Back Pain

Presented by Dr. Peter Scheuring, Chiropractor. Delivered via Ontario Telemedicine Network

Stay Strong; Live Long – Falls Prevention

A 5 part series covering a variety of topics related to falls risk and prevention:
November 1 – The Legend of the Fall
November 8 – Nutrition
November 15 – Arthritis
November 22 – Home Safety
November 29 – The Benefits of Exercise

Understanding and Managing your Diabetes

Understanding your blood sugars and medications, planning healthy meals and more.

Understanding Pre-Diabetes

Have you been told your sugars are a touch high? Reduce your risk of developing diabetes through healthier eating and active living.


Join us for Walk-fit!!
Get off the couch and get moving with this free walking group.
Learn how to warm up, walk, and cool down safely.

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