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Join Riverview Health Foundation at the 12th Annual Women’s Retreat for a few days of friendship in Cancun, Mexico.
This fun water-play class runs in an 8-week session for parents or caregivers and their children ages 6 to 24 months.
This fun pre-swimming class runs in an 8-week session for parents or caregivers and their children ages 2 to 5 years of age.
This class uses water resistance to give you an effective low-impact aerobic workout without putting pressure on your joints.
This gentle form of exercise is designed to relieve the pain and stiffness associated with arthritis while improving joint flexibility through warm-water exercise.
Gentle movements designed to promote better balance, range-of-motion and strength
This lively class is a great way to get your heart rate up and includes warm-up exercises and beach ball volleyball.
A combination of cardio and resistance training that integrates boxing principles to spice up your workout routine.
This one-session class teaches the advantages of breastfeeding along with tips and techniques from an international certified lactation consultant.
This group helps new moms connect and learn more about breastfeeding techniques.
This program is for people with mobility challenges and promotes flexibility, strength and balance. A chair is used for sitting or balance.
This two-part class focuses on diabetes self-management techniques.
This free six-week program is designed to help people stop smoking, using an approach developed by the American Lung Association.
Stop by to meet our team, get your blood pressure checked, and learn about ways to improve your health.
This support group is for anyone who has suffered an infant loss through ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, miscarriage or neonatal loss.
Learn more about the newest techniques for joint pain and joint replacement with board certified orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Norman Mindrebo.
Dr. Jeffrey Ginther, a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, explains the latest techniques for hip and knee replacement.
Join board certified and fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Timothy Williams, to learn more about treating joint pain and arthritis.
Women who have cancer are invited to join Riverview Health for the “Look Good, Feel Better” program.
Learn options to reduce lower back pain caused by sciatica, a pinched nerve or stenosis from Dr. Praveen Perni and Dr. John Ward.
This class concentrates on conditioning the core muscles to enhance your overall strength, toning, flexibility, stamina and concentration.
This monthly support group offers the gift of hope and encouragement to heart patients, their families and caregivers.
This group helps educate people with diabetes and their families on achieving the best care and treatments.
We're excited to spend a night out at the annual Noblesville Street Dance!
Meet with a Registered Dietitian (RD) for nutritional counseling to help you with your nutritional needs.
This unique class is designed for people 55 and older and involves stretching, strengthening and maintaining balance.
Learn what to expect as labor progresses, relaxation and comfort measures, and interventions during labor and delivery.
Get an up-close and behind-the-scenes tour of the Riverview Health Maternity Center, led by a registered nurse.
Dr. Stephen Jacobsen will discuss shoulder surgery for issues such as arthritis, avascular necrosis, rotator cuff tear arthropathy and fractures.
These one-on-one sessions for junior high school, high school and college athletes focus on improving athletic ability and performance.
Designed for children in grades 3-6, this program works on sports-related skills and is customized to your child’s abilities.
This group is designed to help with the grieving, unanswered questions and sense of guilt when dealing with suicide.
Tai Chi encompasses a series of slow, gentle movements to focus on balance, strength, flexibility and breathing.
This special hour of low impact exercise is for people of all ages and fitness levels, and is easy on the joints.
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