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Zumba Gold this Saturday 6/9/12

Taking advantage of Weigh Wise?

It is a free monthly series dedicated to focusing on the managing weight by Certified Health & Wellness Coach, Michelle Barth, RD, CDE.

If you come to this Saturday's dance, you'll get volume 6 before everyone else. 


How safe are you to dance? 
Keeping up with Dance Out Diabetes
Greetings!

Guidelines developed by your Board of Directors will help to prevent dance or exercise injuries.
   
Do you ever wonder what your blood sugar or blood pressure should be to be safe before starting your physical activity? Check out the recommendations here.
 
Although these guidelines are geared towards dance, you will find some general tips as well to keep you safe. 

 

Zumba Gold THIS Saturday, 6/9, 1-3 pm!
(Download flyer and share with others  here.)

Rossy Leon is BACK by popular demand. She is a certified Zumba instructor and will be teaching the Zumba Gold version for us on Saturday. 

 

What is Zumba Gold? Think of it as an "easy" Zumba (warning - you will sweat!).  Zumba Gold has a slower pace and modified moves that everyone can follow while enjoying the zesty Latin music, like salsa, merengue, cumbia and reggaeton. Rossy Leon has a YouTube playlist which inspires you to move your caderas (hips).

 

Rossy Leon
Rossy Leon in action!
Email Theresa at tgarnero@danceoutdiabetes.org or call 1-877-765-4386 to say you plan to attend. This secures your spot and helps us have enough staff & supplies.  

 

Come join us at the African American Art & Culture Complex (AAACC) located at 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco 94102 (between Webster and Buchanan, with easy Muni access and free parking). 

 

Best to arrive promptly at 1 p.m. for check-in (or 1:15 if you are not doing the health screening). Bring water, a snack if you need it and comfortable shoes.  

 

Thanks to the Aetna Foundation for their financial support of our Dance Off the Weight Program and to the AAACC who generously donated Dance Studio A space for our use. 

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 what needs to be improved.
 
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Need a Primary Care Physician or Endocrinologist (diabetes doctor)?

 

If you live in San Francisco and are looking to improve your diabetes care team, we have a resource for you.

 

Former intern, and current DOD freelance contractor Kenzie Kujawski, collaborated with several local primary care and endocrinology offices to compile a list of those accepting patients. Check it out here!

 

 

Diabetes educators are also an integral part of your team. Come meet our team of diabetes educators (no charge). To find one near your neck of the woods, call 1-800-TEAM-UP4. 

 

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Juneteenth
   
 
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration (beginning in the late 19th century) commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. 
 
The 62nd annual Juneteenth festival will be held on June 16th and 17th in the Fillmore with live entertainment, free health screenings, and many more activities for all to enjoy! The fun begins with a parade at 11 a.m. starting at the African American Art & Culture Complex (762 Fulton Street). Click here for more information.
 
P.S. Next month is Hot Hula Fitness on 7/14/12. 

 

 

TG headshot

 

Yours,
 

Theresa Garnero, APRN, BC-ADM, MSN, CDE

Dance Out Diabetes Founder and Executive Director
Tired of the expense of healthcare? Looking for an innovative way to invest in your body or support someone with any type of diabetes (type 1, type 2, LADA)? Then come join the free movement with Dance Out Diabetes. Stay connected with us on Facebook.