This study aims to design movement and a long of Shalat that can decrease postprandial blood glucose levels effectively. This research used randomized pre-test-post-test control group design. Each group studied 30 respondents were selected by simple random technique. There were three treatment, Shalat in 16, 8 and 4 cycles each performed for 30 minutes. Potprandial blood glucose level was evaluated at 30 and 90 minutes. Loading glucose supplied by drinking a sugar solution 100 mg in 300 ml of water. Data analysis used One Way Anova test with significance determined P value <0.05. The result obtained by the mean smallest in Shalat with 4 cycles was 92.68 mg/dl. The results analysis between groups 16, 8 and 4 cycles obtained each value of P = 0.000. Shalat with 8 cycles and 16 cycles obtained P value = 0.682. Shalat with 16 and 4 cycles, 8 and 4 cycles obtained each value of P = 0.000. These results showed that Shalat with isotonic and isometric movements can decrease postprandial blood glucose levels, and Shalat that performed 4 cycles in 30 minutes can decrease equivalent with fasting blood glucose levels. Shalat with isometric movements performed 4 cycles in 30 minutes is recommended as an alternative for exercise to decrease blood glucose levels in patient with diabetes mellitus, especially with heart disorders, joint disorders, weakness and elderly.