Wellness Classes

Healthy Gallatin offers a number of FREE wellness classes. Click the link below to learn more about a class offering.

High blood pressure? You can improve your health. These 8 weekly classes will help you manage your blood pressure. We focus on nutrition, physical activity, stress management, and more.

Free incentives:
  • Blood pressure cuff
  • Book, cookbook, and meditation CD
  • Exercise bands
  • And other tools to help control blood pressure
Who is this class for?

This free class is designed for any adult diagnosed with hypertension. 

Upcoming class dates:

Class dates and times vary throughout the year. For more information, email hs@gallatin.mt.gov.

Better health. Improved fitness. Less pain. Join us weekly for support to increase your physical activity and improve many common chronic health conditions.

What is included?
  • Free book and walking journal to track your progress
  • Guidance on developing a safe, low-impact walking program
Who is this class for?

This free class is designed for adults struggling with arthritis or other chronic health conditions. 

Upcoming class dates:

Class dates and times vary throughout the year. For more information, email cherie.murbach@gallatin.mt.gov.

Group Lifestyle Balance – Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month program for anyone at risk for diabetes or cardiovascular disease. The course includes FREE online classes and weekly check-ins from a lifestyle coach.

The GLB program focuses on 3 components: nutrition, activity and changes in behavior. As a participant you will work towards achieving 2 main goals:

  1. Increase your physical activity to a minimum of 150 minutes a week.
  2. Lose a minimum of 7% of your body weight.
Classes coming soon!

Preregistration is required. For more information, email hs@gallatin.mt.gov.

Call today to register: (406) 582-3100

Are you a medical provider? Fill out this fax referral.

According to the CDC, an estimated 88 million (more than 1 in 3) American adults have prediabetes, a condition where blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not high enough yet to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. What’s more, over 80% of these people don’t know they have it!

Having prediabetes greatly increases the chance of developing type 2 diabetes and other serious health conditions. It’s critical for Americans to learn their prediabetes risk, be screened regularly, and take the steps necessary to delay or prevent type 2 diabetes.

Could You Have Prediabetes? Take the Risk Test

Find out more information at CDC Diabetes Prevention & Management.

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