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This community-based cardiac rehabilitation and prevention program aims to identify people with cardiovascular disease or those requiring risk factor modification. The program counsels participants on an evidence-based regimen of medical therapy and lifestyle optimization. Sessions run in January, April, and September. Our team consists of an Internal Medicine physician, a registered dietitian, a registered nurse, a physiotherapist, and a clinical pharmacist.

How to access

  • Our classes

    The program includes the following:

    • An 8-week series comprised of weekly 2-hour group sessions (1-hour of education, 1-hour of supervised exercise)
    • Education topics include intro to heart disease, risk factor modification, blood pressure management, stress management + mindfulness, dietary sodium, fats + fibre, into to diabetes, mindful eating, and medication review with a community pharmacist.
  • Check eligibility

    ​The program is designed for people who have had a heart attack, an angiogram/angioplasty, bypass surgery, valve problems, or those with a high risk of developing heart disease.

    Adult clients living in the Sea to Sky corridor may access the program in person (in Squamish) or virtually (via Zoom).

  • Get a referral

    Have your physician complete the Sea to Sky Healthy Heart Program referral form and fax the completed form to (604) 892-2327

    Sea to Sky Healthy Heart Program referral form

Hours of operation

Currently closed
  • Monday:   Closed
  • Tuesday:   Closed
  • Wednesday:   Closed
  • Thursday:   8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Friday:   Closed
  • Saturday:   Closed
  • Sunday:   Closed

Program days and times may vary.

Westwinds Squamish Senior Living

Westwinds Squamish Senior Living is a five-storey building that offers affordable housing to low-income seniors.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation and risk-factor reduction programs provide medical therapy and lifestyle optimization workshops for people who have had a recent heart attack, angina, coronary angioplasty or open heart surgery and those at risk of developing heart disease.