Surviving to Thriving
NOTE: Surviving to Thriving online classes will be starting in October 2022.
Surviving to Thriving is a 12-week evidence-based exercise and education program for cancer survivors on or off treatment. This group exercise program includes two 60-minute exercise classes per week offered online through ZOOM. Individuals will also be given an exercise program to follow at home. The primary goal of the Surviving to Thriving program is to guide and empower cancer survivors to move in ways that feel good in their own bodies and to improve some treatment side effects.
Classes run from 11 am – 12 pm Mondays and Wednesdays.
A physician referral is required prior to participation in the Surviving to Thriving program.
Physical activity has been shown to reduce treatment side effects such as fatigue, depression and impaired functionality which may last long into survivorship. Exercise can help improve physical and mental well-being as well as reduce the risk of cancer recurrence.
Contact your family doctor for a referral or call McLeod River Primary Care Network at (780) 723-2131 (Edson) or 780-779-0079 (Whitecourt) for more information or to register for this free program.
Please note, must be a registered participant to access ZOOM classes.
Important Disclaimer: By selecting joining the zoom meeting/session confirm you agree to and accept these privacy policies and electronic communication risks.
I understand that this health session will occur in a group/individual setting via zoom and that discussions may occur regarding individually identifiable health information (my health information or the health information of other participants). I agree to keep all information regarding other patients participating private and confidential.
I understand that although participants have agreed to keep information private and confidential, there remains a risk of non-compliance and that some participants may re-disclose information shared during the visit in other settings. I acknowledge awareness of this disclosure risk and I voluntarily agree to participate in the group health session.