Hungry for Health? Free foodie and Fitness classes (sponsored) – ThisisReno

Posted: January 5, 2020 at 5:46 am


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Start the new year with free classes to learn how small changes in food and fitness help you increase energy, save money and meet new people. Local nonprofit On Common Ground offers free cooking, nutrition and fitness classes at partner locations including Washoe County libraries, Northern Nevada HOPES, and the Women and Childrens Center of the Sierras.

Funded through SNAP-Ed, public classes begin January 3rd and continue through September for all ages over six. Class calendar available on the web at OCGReno.org. Drop ins welcome, space permitting. Reserve your spot in future classes by signing up at OCGReno.org or during class times at local sites.

The Center for Disease Control reports that 86 percent of all healthcare costs in the United States are food related. At On Common Ground, we intend to change those numbers, says Dawn Fernandez, director of the Heart of Community Instructional Program. We want to empower everyone to curb healthcare costs and improve personal health through easy, inexpensive choices that help build healthy habits.

Access to affordable, nutritious food and the ability to prepare it allows every adult and child to work, learn, grow and fight disease.

Free classes open to the public are listed below. Class topics include after-school activities, recipe makeovers, cardio-aerobics, flexibility and yoga, weight management and how to shop on a budget.

Information is available online: OCGReno.org. Pictures and details on Facebook and Instagram at OCGReno.org.

On Common Ground, or OCG, works to feed hungry people by providing access to affordable, healthy food and teaching people how to make it delicious.

Northern Nevada HOPES 580 West 5th Street, Reno 3rd Floor

Women & Childrens Center of the Sierra (WACC) 3905 Neil Road, #2, Reno

Downtown Reno Library 301 S. Center St, Reno

Sierra View Library 4001 S. Virginia St, Reno

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