Healthy Lifestyles

Gentle Yoga Classes

Free to the public will be on Monday’s at 4p.m.

Participants received a veggie bowl as an incentive to start working on their diet. April Franco, Sara Lou Frank and Caitlyn Davis.

Wyoming County Diabetes Coalition

RAIL’s Healthy Lifestyles program is coordinated by Charlene Cook, the Director of Operations at the MOC. The program is funded by the Marshall University Center for Rural Health and provides a wide range of offerings. Residents who want to learn how to lose weight and exercise sensibly can join the MOC’s Shed Unwanted Pounds weight-loss group. Our support group welcomes residents of all ages, and participants meet in the gym every Monday and Wednesday at 5 p.m. We often hold sessions on cooking light and participants talk about weight loss tips and success stories. The program is followed by line-dancing classes. Our program has been featured in a number of local newspapers and outlets. In 2014, the Wyoming County Report also featured an article on the MOC’s garden beds for residents with physical limitations. Our healthy eating initiative also aligns with the MOC’s agricultural projects and Farm to School programming.

AA Meetings at the MOC

Weekly on Thursday’s 6:30

RAIL also offers exercise classes and health fairs throughout the year. Many local residents use the MOC facilities to walk and exercise indoors, especially during the fall and winter months. To learn more, please visit our Facebook page. RAIL’s gym is on the second floor of the MOC. Please contact us if you need assistance or training in using the gym. New members must sign a release and set of terms before using RAIL’s gym. RAIL hosts Line Dancing on Tuesdays from 7pm.- 8p.m The MOC is a safe, warm place to walk any time of year. The halls are open to walkers from 7:00am to 5:00pm every day, and until 8:00pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.