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Superbeat Cardiac Rehabilitation
Phase II. Education programme for all cardiac patients. Group education, individual discussions, nutrition advice, individual exercise programme, stress management, family support, motivation.
Taieri Fit and Fun Group
Weekly low-aerobic exercise programme. Peer group support and occasional social gatherings. Phase III Tues and Thurs 10-11 am, suits all levels and can also be done on a chair for those with disabilities; and Wed at 10 am for those with a higher fitness level. All welcome, pay as you go. $2.00.
Take Heart Club - Hutt
Weekly walks, and gym sessions. Peer support and a programme of social outings. Phase III
Taranaki District Health Board
Free education programme for all cardiac patients and support people. Individual education and discussion, telephone consultation, home visits if necessary, group education and supervised exercise programme. Six week course, five courses run during the year. Phase II.
Taumarunui Cardiac Club
Gym-based Heart Support Group. Two sessions per week. Tuesday & Friday 10am-11am. One hour of gentle exercise (warm-up and stretches, light cardio circuit, light weights on gym equipment, cool-down with swiss balls and more stretches). Each session is $5. Phase III
Phase II. Offering clinic or home based appointments.
Tauranga Heart Support Group
One hour of group exercise followed by an education session and/or light refreshment. Monday and Thursday: Starts 9.30am, City Church Otumoetai Road. The group supports everyone with or at risk of heart disease and is supervised by an Exercise Physiologist. Phase III
Phase II. Healthy Hearts Programme. A 6-week education and exercise programme for cardiac patients, following hospital admissions with heart attack and/or heart surgery. Individual assessment with experienced Cardiac Nurses and supervised group exercise session, home-based exercise programme and support.
Te Hiku Hauora - Kaitaia - Far North
Phase II. Manaaki Manawa. A Kaupapa Maori based Cardiac Rehabilitation in the Far North District. A 12-week+ rehabilitation program supporting people to regain their potential following a heart event. Also includes a 6-week education programme (Phase II) for all cardiac patients and their family. Free Cardiac Classes include: Risk Factors, Medications, Heart Health, Nutrition, Stress Management, and Exercise. Group education and individual discussion, weekly.
Te Kohao Health Cardiac & Stroke Rehabilitation Service
Providing the following services: Social worker support, promotion of healthy lifestyle choices, home visits, assessments, education around the heart, stroke, medications, nutrition, exercise and stress management. Areas covered: Hamilton City, Whatawhata, Cambridge, Tauwhare, Te Awamutu. Phone 0800 4 (TEKOHAO) 835 6426
Phase II. Education programme for all cardiac patients. 3-hour seminar is run regularly throughout the Thames/Coromandel region.
The Centre for Health
Phase II and III prevention and rehabilitation programmes for all cardiac conditions supervised by Clinical Exercise Physiologists. Including Comprehensive Cardiac Check-up (CCC), 12-week individualised and fully monitored and supervised exercise and education programme, home programmes and the Next Step 6 month programme.
The ExerScience Clinic
The first medically-focused exercise clinic of its kind in New Zealand established to provide prescribed exercise programmes. The clinic offers education sessions, nutritional support as well as integration in to a neighbouring gym where appropriate. Exercise sessions are fully supervised. Free 30 minute clinic intro offered to discuss services. Ongoing costs vary. Phase II & III.
An exercise and cardiac support group which meets every Wednesday morning at Unipol gym. It includes low impact aerobics, weights and stretching, and optional cuppa afterwards at the café. Regular social events as well. Everyone is welcome and it is $4.00 per session, pay as you go. Phase lll.
The Otago Phoenix Club
The club is a registered charity. The purposes of the Club are: a) To support cardiac rehabilitation for people affected by cardiovascular disease and/or a cardiac event in their return to active life and the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle, and particularly through supervised exercise in a supportive environment (Phase 3 Cardiac Rehabilitation provided since 1968). b) To support cardiac education and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle using evidence-based guidelines. c) To support cardiac-related research particularly relating to the management and support of people who have experienced a cardiac event and to encourage participation in this research by invitation and consent. d) To support other organizations sharing similar purposes, including other cardiac rehabilitation groups in Dunedin and the Otago Branch of Heart Foundation New Zealand. The club provides for its members and their support person: • Monday and Thursday evenings, cardiac exercise and table tennis sessions between 7 and 8 pm, at the Fraser Centre lifestyle gym, Dunedin. These sessions are managed and supervised by physiotherapists. • Annual CPR training. • Peer group support. • Social outings. Membership • Membership by application is open to those who have completed a rehabilitation programme following a heart event. • Have a doctor’s referral that indicates the prospective member is able to participate in the exercise programme being offered. • The 2020 annual membership subscription is $30.00. The gym exercise sessions have a charge of $1.00 per attendance.
The Trusts Arena Cardiac Club
Gym-based group and group fitness exercise programme. Peer group support and occasional social outings. Phase III
The Zipper Cardiac Support Club of NZ - Taranaki
Group meets the 3rd Monday of each month, at Te Henui Church Hall, Henui Street, starting at 9.30am. Monthly guest speakers on heart health and related topics. Peer group support and occasional social outings. Free to attend. Phase III
THINK Hauora - Palmerston North
Phase II. Education programme for all cardiac patients. A 7-week cyclical programme covering topics such as understanding heart disease, medications, diet, CRP, stress management, managing emotions and exercise.
Free 6-week education and exercise programme for all cardiac patients, on Mondays. Includes individual discussion, stress management, home exercise programme, diet and medication. Phase II.
Phase II. Education programme for all cardiac patients. Group education. Topics include heart disease, risk factors and treatment, physical activity, medication, cholesterol and nutrition, stress management. Group exercise options. Classes run in various locations across the Waikato DHB area. Please phone for more details.
Phase II. Education programme for all cardiac patients. 5 week programme including supervised group exercise, individual discussion, spouse counselling, stress management, family support, CPR, dietitian and pharmacist talks.
Waitemata DHB - North Shore Hospital - Cardiac Education Programme
Phase II. A group based education programme for people with coronary artery disease. A free, flexible, 4 week cyclical programme including understanding coronary artery disease and the medications used, risk factor management with nutrition, physical activity, CPR, advance care planning information as well as stress and anxiety management. The programme is offered during the day and some evenings on a Tuesday at North Shore Hospital in the Whenua Pupuke Building.
Waitemata DHB - North Shore Hospital - Heart Failure Service
Heart Failure Service for outpatients and Heart Failure Clinic – Education, support and telephone follow-up.
Waitemata DHB - Waitakere Hospital - Heart Education Programme
Phase II. A group based, education programme for people with coronary artery disease. A free, flexible, 4 week cyclical programme including understanding coronary artery disease and the medications used, risk factor management with nutrition, physical activity, CPR, advance care planning information as well as stress and anxiety management. The programme is offered during the day and some evenings on a Wednesday at Waitakere Hospital in the Therapies Area, Lower Ground Floor, Entrance F, Older Adults.