Avera Sacred Heart Wellness Center
If you are trying to lose a few pounds,improve your strength, stay fit or just feel better, the Avera Sacred Heart Wellness Center offers a non-threatening, comfortable atmosphere for exercising.
You’ll benefit from a facility was designed under the “mind-body-spirit” model that promotes a well-balanced approach to fitness and good health, with opportunities for all ages and capabilities.
Programming options include yoga, boot camp, zumba, senior toning and many other classes – along with a variety of aerobics classes and personalized training. A specialized aerobic floor minimizes impact and injury.
Exercise equipment includes precor treadmills, recumbent bikes, elliptical machines and lateral trainers. We also have Concept 2 rowing machines, Hoist selectorized weight equipment including a piece that is specifically designed for wheelchair users, as well as free weights. All Wellness Center members receive a free orientation to the equipment.
We also offer two pools – a 20-by-50-foot exercise pool kept at 86 degrees and a 7-by-21-foot therapeutic pool kep at 92 degrees.
Our programs include:
- Group exercise classes, personal training and fitness testing
- Chair exercise classes for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers
- Programs for cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation
- Massage therapy for relaxation, health and fitness – call 605-668-8376
- Coach Rozy performance training
When you become a member of the Avera Sacred Heart Wellness Center, you enjoy access to our complete selection of exercise equipment, pools, over 40 group exercise classes per week at no extra cost, and more. You can stop and start your membership at any time – no long term contracts or hidden fees.
Avera Center for MindBodySpirit
The Avera Center for MindBodySpirit provides educational resources and experiences that promote mindbodyspirit integration through approaches that include nutrition, yoga/exercise and group support.
MindBodySpirit medicine is uniquely positioned to help people suffering from stress-related disorders such as tension headaches or insomnia, chronic pain, coronary artery disease, hypertension, cancer, fibromyalgia, asthma, diabetes and more.
Living Well classes meet for eight weeks for two hours weekly. Participants meet in small groups and learn relaxation, cognitive behavioral skills to manage stress, mindfulness and meditation, the whole foods approach to healthy eating, and the power of positive thinking in reducing stress.