Our Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Workshops are designed to give you the insight and information you need to build a holistic lifestyle practice. 

Our workshop topics focus on healthy eating, active living and weight loss/weight management to help you build a healthy lifestyle that’s unique to your needs and abilities. 

How it Works

Through HEAL workshops, you’ll meet in a virtual group setting (via Zoom) and work with other Y members and a trained facilitator to explore various topics. You can attend one or multiple workshops. 

From Understanding Food Labels and Mindful-Based Eating Practices to Increasing Physical Activity and Overcoming Exercise Barriers, we have something for everyone looking to build a lifelong lifestyle practice grounded in well-being. 

Join One or All of Our Workshops

Exclusive to Active YMCA Members, new workshops are being developed and released weekly. Check back often for new and upcoming information.

 

Menopause and Weight - What You Should Know

Wednesday, May 27, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST

Understand the hormonal and lifestyle factors that impact weight during peri-menopause and menopause.

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Look Around - How Your Environment Influences Your Weight

Thursday, May 28, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM PST

Understand how the people and places you spend your time with impact your weight.

REGISTER

 

To guarantee your registration can be approved, you must register at least 60 minutes before the workshop begins. Upon registration approval, you will receive an email with a link to join the workshop. You will receive the email before the workshop begins.

To register, you must provide your active YMCA member ID, found on the back of your membership card. If you do not have your membership card, please email Emily Turpin at eturpin@ymcasf.org for assistance.

Meet Your Workshop Facilitators

Emily Turpin

Emily thrives on helping Y members and staff unlock their greatest potential, and believes that collaboration and interconnectedness are key to a healthy community. She holds an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology and a master's degree in Organization Development. 

Karly Newman

Karly is committed to making our community healthier by increasing accessibility to services and resources, providing education around wellness and otherwise empowering families and individuals to live their healthiest life.