Breathe Stronger Live Better Program

The Breathe Stronger Live Better program will discuss how exercise will benefit lung disease, help with breath control and protect the lungs. Participants will learn how to conserve energy for everyday life. Nutrition will also be discussed (formerly known as C.O.P.D. class).

Sessions held in North and South Delta each season. For registration information and the class schedule, call 604-952-3000, pick up a Delta Leisure Guide or view it online at

For individuals 16 years old and up. 

Address / Contact Info

The Corporation of Delta
4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent Delta , BC V4K 3E2

Phone Numbers

Registration and Information Line : (604) 952-3000

Service Details

Geographic areas served: North Delta, Tsawwassen
Cost structure: private pay
Referral protocol: self
Age ranges served: adult 20+, senior 55+, senior 65+
Languages spoken: English


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This program was last updated on 01 Dec 2015.

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