Beyond insurance plan benefits, members can also take advantage of health and wellness classes and events offered at Harken Health Centers for no charge.
Classes available to members in a Harken Health Center include:
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Acupuncture is a safe, effective, and natural approach to promoting healing and preventing illness from occurring in the body. Acupuncture works by putting very thin, single use, sterile needles into certain pressure points in your body. This stimulates energy flow, which causes healing.
This class is designed to increase muscular strength and endurance using a combination of body weight exercises and dumbbells. After a few classes you may find you look and feel better.
This class emphasizes safe and intentional exercises for maximum calorie burn and increased metabolic rate after exercises.
Learn how to choose and prepare healthy meals. Our experienced facilitator will teach you how to truly achieve a balanced diet—including protein, fats and carbohydrates—and how to rebalance your plate for better nutrition! You’ll learn important strategies to deal with cravings, deprivation, and changes in your diet.
Yoga incorporates breathing techniques, deep stretching, light vinyasa work, foundational standing and balancing postures into a low-impact exercise for better health. There is an emphasis on meditation and mindfulness through breath work, toning and strengthening through subtle flowing, and gentle stretching for all the therapeutic benefits of yoga. All levels welcome!
Zumba is an aerobic dance fitness program that features movements inspired by various styles of Latin American dance, performed primarily to Latin American dance music. The choreography incorporates hip hop, soca, salsa, belly dance and various aerobic techniques such as squats and lunges, just to name a few! Though it may sound intimidating, no rhythm or previous dance background is required. The Zumba motto is “ditch the workout, join the party!” You only need to bring a willing spirit, teachable attitude, and of course water and comfortable shoes.
The Harken Health class descriptions are for general information purposes only and not intended to be medical advice or a substitute for professional health care. If you have any questions regarding whether there are any health risks for you if you participate in a particular class, please consult your provider.