- Are you overweight or carrying excess weight around your middle?
- Could your diet be healthier?
- Do you need to exercise more?
- Do you have a family history of diabetes, stroke or heart disease?
What is the Life! program?
The FREE Life! program has helped over 55,000 Victorians reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. This healthy lifestyle program is run by health professionals and you can choose from a group course near you. Life! will give you the motivation and support you need to reach your health goals in 2019.
To register simply click the “Register Now!” button to be taken to the registration form.
What does the program involve?
The Life! program involves a one-on-one introductory session and five group sessions. There is also a follow up session at 12-months after the program commences. The group course offers you the knowledge, skills, support and expert advice needed to make lifestyle choices to prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
You’ll also receive a comprehensive participant workbook full of practical information on nutrition and physical activity, goal setting, sleep, stress and lapses.
How do I know if I am eligible for the program?
To be eligible for the program you must be over 18 years of age, have a body mass index (BMI) greater than or equal to 25 and a AUSDRISK score of greater than or equal to 12.
If this criteria applies to you, click here to register for our next available program.
Frequently asked questions
When can I start?
Our next program is being hosted in Albury and commences on Monday 6 May.
How long do the sessions run for?
Each session runs for approximately 90 minutes and your partner or friend can attend the course to provide extra support.
Do I need to book in?
Yes. Bookings are essential. Click on the registration button above to register.
What is the cost of the program?
The program is completely FREE!
Who is the class suitable for?
The class is suitable for anyone who is at risk of diabetes, stroke or heart attack. This could be someone who is overweight, lives a sedentary lifestyle or is generally just wanting to improve their health.
Where are the classes held?
Please see below Available locations.
- Emma Bridle
- Jaclyn Sweeny
- Georgie Pitson