for Breast Cancer
Girls Night Survivors Offering Support
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Programs to Help Programs to Help You
You Eat Right Move More
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Classes to help you prepare for baby
Call 410-535-8233 or 301-855-1012 x8233 for more information or to register
ABCs of Breastfeeding Learn helpful techniques with positioning, Tuesdays, 6–8 p.m.
latching on and how to establish and maintain your milk supply. CMH Jan 3
Classroom 1, $40/couple. Feb 7
Breastfeeding Support Group Every Wednesday,
Nurturing Necessities at CMH, free. 1:30–3:30 p.m.
Birth Center Tours Expectant parents tour the Family Birth Center in 3rd Sunday of every
preparation for their baby’s arrival. Meet in the Emergency Department month, 2 p.m.
registration area. CMH, free.
Baby Care Basics I & II For new and expectant parents (grandparents Wednesdays,
are invited, too), this class offers a comprehensive overview of baby care 6:30–8:30 p.m.
basics. The first hour will be led by a registered obstetrical nurse covering Jan 4
basic newborn care (0–2 months). The second hour will be taught by a Feb 1
pediatrician who will discuss feedings, immunizations and treating minor March 7
illness (2 months–1 year). Recommended during the first seven months of
pregnancy. No CPR training in this class. CMH Classroom 1, $40/couple.
Big Kids and Babies Designed to prepare children ages 3–5 for the
arrival of a new sibling. Includes a video presentation and a birth center
Just for Mom
tour. Class recommended within the first seven months of pregnancy. CMH Feb 11 Call 410-535-8233 or 301-855-1012 x8233 for information
Classroom 1. $12/child or free for families delivering at CMH. or registration
Infant CPR A great follow-up to Baby Care Basics! New and expectant Mondays, 6–8 p.m.
Prenatal Yoga Focuses on relaxation, breathing techniques 5:30–6:30 p.m.
parents, grandparents and babysitters learn infant (birth–12 months) CPR. Jan 9 Call for
and gentle postures. Must be at least 13 weeks pregnant.
Led by certified American Heart Association instructor Ellen Davis. CMAC, Feb 6 information.
Physician consent required. By Christine Schmitthenner, RN.
$24/person. March 12
Outpatient Lactation Services For breastfeeding moms who may need assistance with Pregnancy Massage Pregnancy massage reduces pain, Please call for
latching techniques, milk supply concerns or slow weight gaining problems. CMH. tension and swelling, improves circulation and increases appointment.
Call 410-414-5414 for appointment. Fee. relaxation. 50 minutes. CMH, Solomons, $65.
Childbirth Education Includes labor and delivery Register by the
preparation, relaxation and breathing techniques, medication 20th week of
options, cesarean section information, breastfeeding
education and more. CMH, $100/couple.
Night Out in yourself . . .
TUESDAY & your good health.
Join us for a fabulous, fun,
and hear the latest on
women’s health issues.
Free health screenings Look Good . . . Feel Better
& mini spa services This free program helps female cancer patients cope with hair
and skin changes that occur during treatment. Led by a licensed
6–9 p.m. cosmetologist and designed by the American
Calvert Medical Arts Center Cancer Society. Register at 410-535-8233.
CMAC, Suite 102, 10 a.m.–noon
410-535-8233 Saturdays, Jan 14 & March 10
For more information
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As a woman, you take care of a lot of people.
At Calvert Memorial, we’ll take care of you.
LifeCycles Family and Safety
A free discussion group for women of all ages. Programs are offered at locations throughout the community and can be
CMH KeepWell Center, Classroom 1 available as after-school or youth group programs. Call 410-535-8233 for
Tuesdays, 7–8 p.m. Register at more information.
410-535-8233 or 301-855-1012, x8233
Hot, Hot, Hot! Safe Sitter® is a medically accurate hands-on program that teaches boys
by Dr. Barbara Estes, Obstetrician/Gynecologist and girls ages 11 to 14 how to handle emergencies when caring for children.
Hot flashes, sleeplessness, night sweats . . . This class teaches safe and nurturing child care techniques, behavior
just some of the possible symptoms for women experiencing management skills, and appropriate responses to medical emergencies. $45
menopause. But menopause affects every woman differently. Learn CMH Classroom 1
how to cope with your symptoms and hear the latest on hormone Saturday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
replacement therapy. Jan 7, Feb 4, March 10
Tuesday, Jan 17
Safe Sitter Camp
Heart Healthy Eating
This expanded, 3-session
by Karen Mohn, Registered Dietitian/Health Educator
version of Safe Sitter Basic
Join Karen who will discuss “Calvert Can Eat Right” with heart health includes more hands-on
in mind at a local “Calvert Can” restaurant, Dream Weaver’s, in learning, games, snack
Prince Frederick. Owner Trish Weaver will demonstrate cooking for a preparation, and additional
healthy heart. practice. $90
Tuesday, February 21
CMH Classroom 1
Girls Night Out—Indulge in Yourself and Your Good Health Monday–Wednesday,
April 2–4, 8:30 a.m.–12:30pm
Join us for a great night! See ad on page 2.
Tuesday, March 20
American Heart Association Classes
Register at 410-535-8233 or 301-855-1012 x8233 (no walk-ins, please)
Class Description/Fee Time/Loc
A diagnosis of breast cancer can seem
CPR Basic Learn emergency response, CPR with Saturdays, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.,
Life Support and without a barrier device and relief of CMAC overwhelming but we can help. A new
Course foreign-body airway obstruction for adult, Jan 7 program at the Center for Breast Care
infant and child victims. Receive a CPR March 3
at Calvert Memorial Hospital partners
card valid for two years upon completion
of class and written test. $45 cancer survivors with those who are just
beginning to battle the disease. Our trained
CPR Learn emergency response and CPR for Saturdays, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.,
Basic Life adults, infants and children, two-rescuer CMAC
mentors provide knowledge, support,
Support CPR, use of barrier devices and AED Jan 14 encouragement and a shoulder to lean on.
Healthcare (automated external defibrillator). Meets Feb 4
Provider requirements for healthcare providers. March 10 With SOS, you’re never alone.
Course Receive a CPR card valid for two years
upon completion of class and written Whether you’re facing breast cancer and could benefit from the
test. $55 help of a mentor or you are a breast cancer survivor and can offer
CPR, AED Learn general first aid techniques and Saturdays, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., help to another, SOS is for you. To learn more about survivorship
and First CPR for adults, infants and children. CMAC and partner support workshops,
Aid Receive a CPR card valid for two years Jan 21
upon completion of class and written Feb 25
test. Designed to meet the new standards March 24 or call 410-535-8731.
for day care providers. $70
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CommunityConnections . .
Complementary Health . . . blending traditional medicine with complementary therapies
Ongoing classes offered at Prince Frederick, Solomons, Fairview Library, Twin Beaches Community Health Center and Chesapeake Church.
For more information and to register, call 410-535-8233 or 301-855-1012 x8233.
Yoga for Depression, Stress & Anxiety Classes are ongoing so
Recent research supports that yoga for depression and anxiety you can join any time.
is an integrative approach that, combined with traditional
mental health treatments, can improve symptoms. The ancient
yoga techniques of using breath, imagery, hand movements,
Click here to
meditation, and sounds are highly effective for most sufferers of view class schedules
depression and anxiety—especially so for individuals who do not
respond to traditional mental health treatment.
PHC, Thursdays, 6–7:30 p.m., ongoing
Yoga for Everyone Pilates for Everyone
Class focuses on stretching, balance, stress release and deep relaxation to enhance A method of exercise and movement designed to stretch, strengthen and balance the
wellness. Learn basic postures, conscious relaxation through meditation and body. Incorporate the body, breath and mind through exercises that tone, elongate
breathing techniques that enable the student to reach an awareness of inner peace. and condition muscles while alleviating stress and tension. A gentle way to learn
Postures adapted for individual needs. Pilates and the basic 25 exercises.
Gentle Therapeutic Yoga Pilates I
Class designed for the beginner student or Class designed for the beginner to intermedi-
those who prefer a slower-paced class. ate student.
Hatha Yoga I Pilates II
Class designed for the beginner to intermedi- Class designed for the intermediate to
ate student. experienced student. Must have prior Pilates
Hatha Yoga II
Designed for the intermediate to experienced
student. Must have prior yoga experience.
Adaptive Chair Yoga
Gentle yoga designed for those who are
wheelchair bound or with limited mobility,
have fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, arthritis, MS or severe back pain.
Yoga for Arthritis
Yoga can provide pain relief, relax stiff muscles, and ease sore joints. The con-
trolled movements, stretches, deep breathing and relaxation can increase range Reflexology Training
of motion. In partnership with the Baltimore School of Reflexology, this workshop
is one of a four-part workshop series that can lead to certification. Call
Yoga for Back and Neck Care
410-535-8233 for more information.
Yoga can help alleviate back pain and protect against future back injury. By
CMH, weekends, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
lengthening connective tissue in the spine, expanding range of motion through
Jan 28–29 and April 21–22
movement of the spine, and improving posture, tension is relieved.
Yoga for Pregnancy Balance Within
Gentle yoga poses enhance flexibility and stretching safely during pregnancy. Class This is a workshop based on biofeedback principles that will teach simple yet
focuses on relaxation through meditation and breathing techniques. Must be at powerful techniques to help you effectively manage stress. Some techniques
least 13 weeks and must have physician consent. learned are meditation, focused breathing, guided imagery, progressive
muscle relaxation and visualization. $25; CD available for $10.
Solomons, Fridays, 6–7:30 p.m.
Jan 6, Feb 3, March 2
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. programs and services to meet the needs of our community
SCreeNiNgS Call 410-535-8233 for information or to register. WELLNESS
Bone Density Screening
Osteoporosis is a condition that causes bones to become more fragile and subject to breakage. The
screening procedure consists of a 45-second ultrasound bone density scan of the barefooted heel.
Results are immediate and indicate risk of osteopenia or osteoporosis. Free. Registration required. Living Well with Chronic Disease
CMH, Fridays, 11 a.m.–1 p.m., Feb 10, March 16
A free, six-week workshop
Blood Pressure Screening Are you an adult living with an ongoing health
This screening can identify adults with increased risk of cardiovascular disease due to high blood condition? Learn practical ways to deal with
pressure. No appointment needed. Free. pain and fatigue from conditions like diabetes,
CMH Cardiac Rehab, 3rd Tuesday of each month, 11 a.m.–noon arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease,
Prostate Screening chronic pain or anxiety, and learn how to talk to
Performed by Dr. Shafquat Meraj. Includes a digital rectal exam (DRE) and prostate-specific antigen your doctor and family about them. Learn about
(PSA) lab test. Free. Registration required. Please call for dates and times. nutrition, exercise and setting goals. Make a step-
Lung Function Testing by-step plan to improve your health and your
This test evaluates your lungs, i.e., how much air your lungs can hold, how quickly you can move air in and life. Developed by Stanford Medical University
out of your lungs, and how well your lungs put oxygen into and remove carbon dioxide from your blood. Free. and offered in partnership with the Office on
CMH Cardiac Rehab, 1st Thursday of each month, 11 a.m.–noon Aging. Free (except $25 refundable deposit for
book). Includes free T-shirt and chance to win
Available at various times and days. Please call 410-414-4539 to schedule appointment. Free.
door prizes and gift card upon class completion.
Registration required. Please call for locations,
dates and times at 410-535-4606.
SUpport groUpS Whatever your experience, you don’t have to go it alone. Tobacco Road Show
Join a group where people help each other by sharing. Free. Keep your kids tobacco-free! Let them see the
sludge, smell the stench, gasp for air and hear
Amputee Support CMH, 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6–7:30 p.m. For info, call Scarlett Schall, RN, at
the chilling effects of tobacco use in this 50-
410-535-8210 or 301-855-1012 x8210. For topics and speakers, call 410-414-4670.
minute interactive demonstration. Available upon
Breast Cancer Support CMAC, Center for Breast Care, 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month, request for groups of children ages 6 to 16. Free.
6:30–8 p.m. Call Joyce Gradle, LCSW, 410-474-4569. Call 410-414-4572.
Breast Cancer Support for Newly Diagnosed CMAC, Center for Breast Care, 1st Wednesday of every
month, 6–7:30 p.m. Please call Linda Walton, RN, at 410-414-4700 to register. Diabetic Self-Management Program
Breastfeeding Support CMH Family Birth Center, Wednesdays, 1:30–3:30 p.m. No registration required. Certified American Diabetes Association course
includes nutrition, medications and monitoring.
Cancer Support CMH Classroom 1, 1st Thursday of each month, 1:30–3 p.m.
Also offers practical tips for setting goals and
Call Cindy Bruce at 410-414-4730 or 301-855-1012 x4730.
avoiding complications. Taught by a certified
Diabetes Support CMH, 3rd Thursday of each month, 7–9 p.m. Call 410-414-4783 for topics and speakers. diabetic educator. Call 410-414-4809.
Lyme Support CMH, 1st Monday of each month, 6–7 p.m., 410-535-8233.
“TLC” Exercise Program
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Connection Recovery Support CMH, 1st & 3rd Wednesday of
every month, 6–7:30 p.m. For people 18 and older who have a mental illness. No registrations required; Designed to meet the needs of individuals with
call 301-737-1988 for more information. heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, obesity, high
cholesterol or high blood pressure. After you
Ostomy Support Chesapeake-Potomac Home Health Agency, 1st Sunday of every other month, 2–4 p.m.
obtain physician’s consent, our certified trainer
Call Amber Fowler at 800-656-4343 x227.
measures your fitness level* and develops an
Stroke Support CMH, 1st Wednesday of each month, 5:30–7 p.m. For caregivers and stroke survivors. exercise program for you. Supervised exercise is
Call 410-414-4800 for more information. available Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to
noon. Work out at your own pace for a duration
right for you. $25/month. Call 410-535-8233
to register. *Fitness assessment required prior to
Health Ministry Team Network beginning program.
Partnering with Area Ministries to Build a Healthier Community
Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehab Program
Upcoming Meetings, held in CMH Classroom 1, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Tailored for persons diagnosed with various types of
January 26 February 23 March 22 heart and lung disease. Through supervision and
medical monitoring, participants exercise the heart
Networking opportunities for churches to work together
New Year, New You Heart Health Nutrition
and retrain breathing to strengthen lungs. Physician’s
New members always welcome
referral required. Insurance benefits welcome; staff
will verify coverage. Call 410-414-4527.
For information or to register, call 410-535-8233. Light dinner provided.
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HealthyLifestyles . . .
A New You in the New Year!
And we’re here to help! Our new CalvERt Can: Eat Right, MovE MoRE program
is a county-wide initiative that can provide you and your family with tools and
resources to make lifestyle changes that can impact your entire family’s health.
Studies have shown that developing healthy lifestyle habits may be associated with
reduced risk of chronic diseases.
By signing up for any of our healthy lifestyle programs designated in this KeepWell by our KeepWell Man , you will take steps to
improve your health and have an opportunity to win a Wii Fitness Bundle
(Wii console, Just Dance 2, Wii Sport Resorts) each time you participate in any
CalvERt Can program.
We have programs throughout the county and will continue to add more over the
next few months.
progrAMS to HeLp yoU “eAt rigHt”
New! Eating on the Run Workshop
Busy schedules often make it hard to make healthy food choices. Registered
dietitian Evelyn Tribole will help solve your dieting dilemma. Learn smart food Nutritional Counseling
choices, fast grocery shopping strategies, healthy eating away from home and Take a healthy approach to weight loss, heart health and overall
more in a two-part workshop. $25/person nutrition. Meet one-on-one with a registered dietitian. $40/hr or $130/4
PHC, noon–1 p.m., Jan 18 & 25; Feb 22 & 29; March 21 & 28 sessions
CMH. Call for appointment times
New! Vitabot Online Meal Planning
Registered dietitian Karen Mohn will teach how this online interactive program Jump Start Weight Loss
can help develop healthier eating habits by analyzing your eating patterns, New programs begin every eight weeks. Sign up today!
food content and nutritional values. Where appropriate, the program can help This program blends nutritional education with a registered dietitian
develop a meal plan to help lose weight. Participants also receive a 30-day and group fitness instruction by a personal trainer to help you lose
free membership of Vitabot. $8/person weight and keep it off! $95
PHC, 1st Saturday of the month and every Wednesday, 1–1:30 p.m. and PHC, Wednesdays, beginning Jan 11 and March 14. Choose morning
3–3:30 starting Jan 4 or afternoon session.
New! Ask the Dietitian 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. OR 5:30–7 p.m.
Do you have a burning question about diet, nutrition or food? Stop at the
nutrition table and ask registered dietitian Karen Mohn at this quick question- Weigh to Wellness
and-answer opportunity. Free Weekly weigh-in with a half-hour hot topic lecture by a registered
Prince Frederick World Gym, every Wednesday, 3:30–4:30 p.m. dietitian or personal trainer. $10/week or $20/month
New! Portion Distortion PHC, Wednesdays, 10:30–11 a.m. and 4:30–5 p.m. Beginning Jan 11
Portions today are much bigger than they were in the past and may be the
cause of you not maintaining a healthy weight. Learn from registered dietitian W.O.W. Walking Club
Karen Mohn, how to make your portions the right size. Call 535-8233. Get healthy and fit by walking off weight. Weekly walking club meeting
Registration required. $10 led by a trainer or registered dietitian. Exericse and learn as you go.
PHC, 2nd Wednesday of each month, 1:30–2:30 p.m. PHC, Wednesdays, noon–12:30 p.m. Beginning Jan 4; ongoing
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Take steps today to reduce your risk of serious disease.
Be sure to look for the CalvERt Can icon at our collaborative partners’
locations as well—Calvert County Parks and Recreation, World Gym, The
Arc of Southern Maryland, Southern Maryland Community Network and the
Office on Aging.
Let us help you with your new year’s resolutions to make lifestyle changes—lose
weight, get fit, eat better and most importantly improve your health.
The more you participate, the more chances you have to win!
progrAMS to HeLp yoU Presidential Active Lifestyle Award
This program combines family, fitness,
fun and community!
Get healthy and fit by walking off
Physical activity should be a regular part
weight! Learn the importance of
of everyone’s day. If you have children,
Lean On Me physical activity with an emphasis on
invite them to be active with you.
New sessions begin every six weeks. walking to reduce weight and improve
This 6-week program for ages 9 to 15 overall health. Guidelines suggest that school-age
combines an interactive, fun nutrition talk youth should get 60 minutes and adults
Receive a free W.O.W. booklet, a body
with a group exercise session led by a should get 30 minutes of moderate physical activity per
composition measurement and starting
personal trainer. Meets twice a week. $120 day. It does not have to be all at once, but can be different
weight weigh-in. Participants are
activities that add up to 60 or 30 minutes. The PALA
Prince Frederick World Gym welcome to weigh in weekly at various
allows people of all ages to receive presidential recognition
Mondays & Wednesdays, 5–6 p.m. locations throughout the county.
for being active. Call 410-535-8233 today to sign up!
Jan 9–Feb 15; Feb 27–April 4 Call 410-535-8233 for details.
WorkSHopS & progrAMS Kids’ Corner
THE KID CONNECTION
New! The Culprit & The Cure – Nutrition Workshop Food ’N Fitness
Learn why lifestyle is the culprit behind American’s poor health and how Keep your kids healthy and fit! Children ages
transforming that lifestyle can be the cure. This 4-part series will meet 6–12 learn the importance of eating healthy
once a week for one hour. Each participant will receive a free copy of the foods and keeping physically active while having
book. $40 fun! Kids will make a healthy snack and engage in
PHC, Saturdays, 10–11 a.m., Jan 14–Feb 4 a variety of fun and interactive games. Available upon
Mondays, 10–11 a.m., March 5–26 request for groups of children and parents. Call 410-414-
4572 for more information.
New! Physical Therapy Metabolic $6 per-session.
A licensed physical therapist, personal trainer and registered dietitian PHC, 1st Thursday of every month, 3:30–5 p.m., starting Jan 12
team up with your doctor to help you shed pounds and reduce the pain
caused by excess weight. Call 410 535-8129 to schedule an appointment Feeding the Kids Workshop
today. Physician referral may be required. Seven-week program uses fun, hands-on activities to teach busy
parents and kids healthy eating. Get recipes and practical tips on
PHC, please call for dates and times
planning menus, reading labels and helping your “picky eater”
eat a more varied diet. $80 per parent & one child,
9 years or older.
PHC, Mondays, 4:30–6 p.m., Jan 16–Feb 27
Saturdays, 10:30–noon, Feb 11–March 24
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Prince Frederick, MD
100 Hospital Road, Prince Frederick MD 20678 Permit No. 34
For questions about physician
referral, class registration or
support groups, call
Calvert Health Line POSTAL PATRON
Maryland Relay Service
This facility is accredited by The Joint Commission on
Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. If you would like
to report a concern about quality of care you received here,
you can contact the Joint Commission at 1-800-994-6610.
Lunch & Learn We challenge you to a new Year, new You!
CMH, noon–1 p.m. $10 per session,
includes lunch. Become a
register: 410-535-8233 or
301-855-1012, x8233 part of Now is the time to Eat Right, Move More!
Lung Cancer: What You Need to And earn chances to win a Wii Fitness Bundle!
Dr. Bilal Ahmed, Oncologist
Lung cancer is the leading cause of
cancer deaths in the U.S. for men and
women. While smoking is a known risk
factor, some people who have never
smoked get lung cancer. Join our new
medical oncologist and hear what
everyone needs to know about lung
cancer—symptoms, diagnosis, treatments
and the latest screening guidelines.
Thursday, Jan 5
What is Diverticulitis?
Dr. Delores Rhodes, Gastroenterologist
Listen to our new gastroenterologist
discuss this medical condition—causes,
risk factors, tests, diagnosis and
Thursday, Feb 2
Are You Dragging Your Feet?
Dr. Yvonne Ozuzu, Podiatrist
When your feet hurt, it’s not just hard to
walk, it’s hard to think about anything
except how much your feet hurt. Meet
our new podiatrist and learn what causes
KeepWell Registration registration form at www.calverthospital.org
common foot problems and treatment CLaSS LoCationS (unless otherwise noted): Early registration is encouraged. Advance registration
options. with payment is required for all classes. Refunds given
Thursday, March 15 CMH: CMH KeepWell Center, Prince Frederick
only with seven days notice. With advance notice,
CMaC: Calvert Medical Arts Center, CMH Campus, Prince Frederick reasonable accommodations can be made for those
PHC: Patuxent Health Center, Prince Frederick with special needs. CMH reserves the right to cancel
Solomons: Solomons KeepWell Center classes when enrollment minimums are not met. Call
410-535-8233 for a recorded message on the status of
tBCHC: Twin Beaches Community Health Center, North Beach
class cancellations during inclement weather. Payment:
WW: Woman’s Wellness, Calvert Medical Arts Center, Suite 102 Visa, MC, AMX, or check payable to CMH.
Calvert Memorial Hospital does not discriminate with regard to patient admissions, room assignment, patient services or employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, disability or age.
ComplementaryHealth Classes January–April 2012
Classes are ongoing so you can join any time.
Offered at Prince Frederick, Solomons, Fairview Library, Twin
Beaches Community Health Center and Chesapeake Church.
For more information and to register by phone,
call 410-535-8233 or 301-855-1012 x2816.
Dates and times of classes may vary.
Click here for registration form
Gentle Yoga 10–11 a.m. PHC
Yoga for Depression, Stress noon–1:30 p.m. PHC
Hatha Yoga 5:30–6:45 p.m. PHC
Yoga for Pregnancy 10–11 a.m. PHC
Pilates for Everyone 7:30–8:30 p.m. PHC Classes blend traditional
Pilates I 6:15–7:15 p.m. PHC
Wednesdays medicine with
Yoga for Everyone 9–10:30 a.m. Solomons
Adaptive Chair Yoga
Thursdays and can help bolster the
Pilates for Everyone 9:30–10:30 a.m. Solomons
Yoga for Back and Neck Care 3–4 p.m. PHC
Yoga for Depression, Stress immune system, reduce
and Anxiety 6:30–8 p.m. PHC
Gentle Yoga 5–6:15 p.m. PHC
Yoga for Pregnancy 5:30–6:30 p.m. CMH 1 stress, increase circulation
Fridays and create inner harmony of
Pilates I 9:30–10:30 a.m. PHC
Pilates II 10:45–11:45 a.m. PHC
the mind, body and spirit.
Yoga for Everyone 9–10:15 a.m. Solomons
100 Hospital Road, Prince Frederick, MD 20678 Calvert Health Line 888-906-8773 MD Relay Service 800-735-2258 www.calverthospital.org