Your business can become an exclusive corporate partner of the Derby Recreation Commission. As a corporate partner you will receive the following.
Living Well With It-Chronic Disease Self Management Program (CDSMP)
Many have IT, now learn to live well it IT. “IT” refers to a chronic condition like depression, diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, etc. Join in on this 6-week evidence based Stanford University curriculum designed to teach participants how to live with their chronic disease or condition. The curriculum focuses on how to communicate with family, friends, co-workers and health care providers during times of increased symptoms. Program participants learn how to make tangible, realistic goals that lead to a healthier lifestyle, goals such as breathing techniques, meditation, eating right, and the benefits of physical activity for their chronic condition.
Walk Your Way to Wellness
This active workshop will take you and your staff on a fitness walk geared for all fitness levels. You learn proper posture, foot strike and breathing while increasing your own walking pace; the importance of proper footwear; and guidance on how to create your own company walking program.
You Do Have Time to Workout
Do you feel like between home and work there is no time to exercise? It is the number one excuse for Americans to not be on a regular workout routine. This workshop is fun and hands on to show you how to challenge yourself to take one show a night and workout during the commercials. We have created a TV night for your employees that will show them how to get a great workout by just using the commercials and a band to do all your strength training.
De-stress in the Workplace
You and your staff will learn breathing techniques and stretches to release stress. The last 10 minutes of this workshop is a calming mind and body relaxation session practiced while seated. Handouts for participants included.
This fun and interactive workshop will show you and your staff what constitutes a 500 calorie lunch of fast food compared with a plate of low calorie, nutrient dense food. Participants will put together a plate for lunch and find out just what 500 calories of food can be.