Healthy Living Institute

The Healthy Living Institute at University Medical Center opened in the spring of 2016.  University Medical Center recognizes the importance of a healthy community and by opening The Healthy Living Institute, we are committing to improving the health and wellbeing of southern Nevada.  We are dedicated to bringing learning opportunities that improve, promote and restore the quality of life in our community.  We offer a wealth of knowledge with our professional associates and staff.  Our quarterly magazine will bring ideas for healthy living and wellness activities that you can participate in.  There is something for everyone. 

Wellbeing is not only one’s physical health; it is the ability for one to find a balance in body, mind and spirit – the whole person.  Our goal is to provide information and guidance in creating a healthy lifestyle using integrative healing practices and evidence based healthcare.  The Healthy Living Institute promotes health and wellness through the entire life span, in a welcoming supportive environment. 

We invite you to join us on a journey to wellbeing.  The Healthy Living Institute has speakers, activities and events in the community promoting healthy lifestyles.  We have yoga, healthy eating, and art therapy, just to name a few.  We hope to see you at the center and at community events. 

The Healthy Living Institute at UMC has adopted the Senior Celebration and Baby Steps programs and staff in order to continue to offer the great services to which you are accustomed. 

Senior Celebrations celebrates adults 50 years and better! Educational opportunities on health related topics, health screenings and activities are included in the HLI calendar.  

Car Seat Inspections: The Healthy Living Institute is proud to offer free car seat education and inspections with certified technicians. Please call for more information and your personal educational session and inspection.

Come visit The Healthy Living Institute and see all the great programs we have to offer you on your personal journey to wellbeing. 

702-383-7353 (SELF)

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
901 Rancho Lane Suite #180
Las Vegas, NV 89106

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Classes and Events

UMC sponsors and participates in community events to promote the health and wellness of our Southern Nevada community. In addition, UMC offers classes on a variety of health-related topics. Classes are open to the public and most are free. All that we ask is that you call to reserve space so we have enough materials for everyone.

Events are listed by upcoming Date.
Click the Event Name title for details and to register. Click on numbers at the bottom to view more pages.

DateEvent NameCostEvent Description
10/17/2018MeditationFreeInner Peace Initiative Meditation — Focusing on the wellbeing and recovery of the first responders in southern Nevada after 1 October, the goal of IPI is to make a positive impact by bringing meditation directly into the workplace. Wednesdays Oct. 10, 17th 24 & 31st 10:30-11am
10/17/2018Yoga for Healthcare WorkersFree Join our certified Yoga instructor and nursing professional and take some time to care for yourself during this class. Our complimentary class for all skill levels is an opportunity to improve your health and revitalize your spirit. All health care Professionals, Staff and Workers are welcome. Most Wednesdays 5:15 p.m.- 6:15 p.m.
10/18/2018Triple P: The Power of Positive ParentingFreeTriple P: The Power of Positive Parenting This seminar introduces the five key principals of positive parenting. October 18, 9:30-10:30a.m (Triple P Sessions, children do not attend)
10/18/2018Childbirth ExpressFreeChildbirth Express: Need a refresher or short on time. Childbirth Express is perfect way to help learn about the labor and delivery process (both vaginal & cesarean). We will also discuss the different methods to help with pain control.
10/19/2018T.R.Y.YogaFreeTRY Yoga The T.R.Y. method provides an all levels “do no harm” yoga-based practice which emphasizes four key themes during the practice including: experiencing the present moment (presence), exercising choice (empowerment), taking effective action (resilience), and creating internal rhythms and positive affirmations (mindfulness). The T.R.Y. method emphasizes an individual’s choice to experience yoga at their pace to their comfort level (even if that means sitting still and breathing with the group and nothing more) No gear or special clothing needed, you can wear your work cloths, we furnish mats, you are welcome to practice in a chair if you prefer. October Trauma Recovery Yoga 8:30am -9:30am 10/12, 10/19, 10/23, & 10/24
10/22/2018Stop the BleedFreeStop the Bleed These sessions will provide valuable information about the steps necessary to stop severe bleeding with the appropriate use of pressure, dressing and tourniquets, while waiting for emergency responders to arrive. Monday, October 22, 3 p.m. - 4 p.m.
10/23/2018T.R.Y YogaFreeTRY Yoga The T.R.Y. method provides an all levels “do no harm” yoga-based practice which emphasizes four key themes during the practice including: experiencing the present moment (presence), exercising choice (empowerment), taking effective action (resilience), and creating internal rhythms and positive affirmations (mindfulness). The T.R.Y. method emphasizes an individual’s choice to experience yoga at their pace to their comfort level (even if that means sitting still and breathing with the group and nothing more) No gear or special clothing needed, you can wear your work cloths, we furnish mats, you are welcome to practice in a chair if you prefer. October Trauma Recovery Yoga 8:30am -9:30am 10/12, 10/19, 10/23, & 10/24
10/24/2018T.R.Y YogaFreeTRY Yoga The T.R.Y. method provides an all levels “do no harm” yoga-based practice which emphasizes four key themes during the practice including: experiencing the present moment (presence), exercising choice (empowerment), taking effective action (resilience), and creating internal rhythms and positive affirmations (mindfulness). The T.R.Y. method emphasizes an individual’s choice to experience yoga at their pace to their comfort level (even if that means sitting still and breathing with the group and nothing more) No gear or special clothing needed, you can wear your work cloths, we furnish mats, you are welcome to practice in a chair if you prefer. October Trauma Recovery Yoga 8:30am -9:30am 10/12, 10/19, 10/23, & 10/24
10/24/2018Meditation Inner Peace Initiative Meditation — Focusing on the wellbeing and recovery of the first responders in southern Nevada after 1 October, the goal of IPI is to make a positive impact by bringing meditation directly into the workplace. Wednesdays Oct. 10, 17th 24 & 31st 10:30-11am
10/24/2018Little Books Little CooksFreeThis SNAP-Ed funded program is designed to promote healthy eating, family literacy and positive parent-child interaction. It also promotes children’s school readiness skills. An important component of the program is the involvement of both parents and children, especially during the cooking portion of each lesson. Each of the 7 weekly sessions features different books and recipes. Ideal ages are 3-6 years old Wednesdays, October 24-December 5, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
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