Community Events

Find healthy living activities and community events from CAHA and our partners! 

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February 05, 2023

Free Soccer Clinic

The Lansing Soccer Club, a partner club of Michigan Rush Lansing, is hosting three FREE soccer clinics. All ages and skill levels welcome. All sessions will be held at the Rush Indoor Facility. Please bring cleats, shin guards, and water. Register HERE or scan the QR code on the flyer. 
February 19, 2023

Free Soccer Clinic

The Lansing Soccer Club, a partner club of Michigan Rush Lansing, is hosting three FREE soccer clinics. All ages and skill levels welcome. All sessions will be held at the Rush Indoor Facility. Please bring cleats, shin guards, and water. Register HERE or scan the QR code on the flyer. 
March 02, 2023

Chronic Pain PATH Workshop BEGINS

Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is a workshop to help people learn the techniques and strategies they need for the day-to-day management of pain. In this 6-week program, which meets for 2.5 hours weekly, participants learn how to manage chronic pain without increasing medications. Topics include pacing and planning, the mind-body connection, distraction techniques, communication, healthy eating, and stress management. Participants develop action plans and problem solve each week. FREE.
April 03, 2023

2023 CMHA-CEI Annual Community Event

Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton and Ingham Counties asks you to save the date for its 2023 Annual Community Event, which will take place on April 3rd, 2023 at the Lansing Center. CMHA-CEI will also provide a recorded session on WILX after the main event. Everyone is welcome to participate in this educational program and community presentation presented by CMHA-CEI. More details to come! Stay tuned. FREE.

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Ongoing Activities

These healthy living activities take place on a regular (weekly, monthly, etc.) basis. Also be sure to check out more Healthy Living Resources to support you on your path to better health.

Be Kind to your Mind (a Stay Well support group): Weekly Monday evening support group for anyone seeking an “uplift” from their pandemic-related emotional distress. Hosted by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Register for one or more sessions at https://bit.ly/3l4CMZ0. FREE.

Good Form Running Clinics: Learn to run easier, healthier, and faster. Free clinics at Playmakers in Okemos. Sign up online at https://goodform.playmakers.com/ FREE.

Good Form Walking Clinics: Learn to walk light and easy. Free clinics at Playmakers in Okemos. Sign up online at https://goodform.playmakers.com/ FREE.

Market Moves (Allen Neighborhood Center): Each winter, after the Market Walk season is over, ANC hosts a series of weekly indoor exercise classes that keep you active all year long and earn you tokens to the weekly Allen Farmers Market, which is redeemable at any vendor's booth. Market Moves 2021 starts September 20 and runs every Monday night - learn pilates, yoga, and body weight strengthening. Call (517) 367-2468 for more information. FREE. 

Market Walk (Allen Neighborhood Center): Each summer, ANC hosts Market Walk at Hunter Park from 5-7pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and from 9-11am on Saturdays. Each 10 laps walked around Hunter Park is 5 miles, which earns the walker a $5 token to the weekly Allen Farmers Market which is redeemable at any vendor’s booth! **Market Walk 2021 season ends 9/16/21.** Call (517) 367-2468 for more information. FREE.

NAMI Connection (Peer Led Support Group): A confidential and safe support group for adults living with mental health conditions. Meets every Thursday from 6:00-7:30 p.m. (on Zoom until further notice). Call 517-484-3404, email info@namilansing.org, or visit www.namilansing.org. FREE.

NAMI Family Support Group:  For loved ones of individuals living with mental illness.  Meetings every Thursday from 4-5 p.m. (on Zoom until further notice). Call 517-484-3404, email info@namilansing.org, or visit www.namilansing.org. FREE.

Stretch, Strengthen, & Roll: Learn the best practices to remain injury free whether you're running, walking, biking, or skipping around town. Free clinics at Playmakers in Okemos. Sign up online at https://goodform.playmakers.com/ FREE.

Strong Start | Healthy Start Health Workshops: Strong Start | Healthy Start hosts free workshops for expectant moms, dads, and parenting families with a child less than eighteen months old. All workshops are free and open to the community. A variety of topics are available, from yoga and journaling to family budgeting and breastfeeding. Information you can use for a healthy pregnancy and once your baby is born. In-person workshops include refreshments, giveaways, and transportation assistance. Virtual workshops are held via Zoom. For current scheduled workshops please contact Ali at arogers@ingham.org. FREE.

Tri-County Office on Aging Evidence-Based Programs & Workshops:  The Tri-County Office on Aging provides a number of evidence-based programs and workshops to meet the needs of older adults, their families and caregivers. All programs come with fully trained staff and all materials needed for any workshops.

YMCA Turning Point Program for Breast Cancer Survivors: Supportive breast cancer fitness and yoga classes for patients and survivors.