Ongoing Programs

Join us in the mornings for outdoor fitness! Reservations NOT needed.
All programs are FREE for Members, $10 for Non-Members

 

MONDAYS

10-11am – Stretch & Strengthen

Try this 1-hour class designed for increased flexibility, strength and balance. All exercises are done standing or seated in a chair. Feel free to bring light hand weights! And please bring your own towel and water bottle.

Click Here for a virtual workout with Suzy!

 

11:15am-12:15pm – Hula Dance

Debbie White, originally from Honolulu, shares her Hawaiian hula dance skills in this class for beginners. Don (Ho) your grass skirt (provided) or your own tropical garb, if you want, and join us outdoors following the Stretch & Strengthen class. Hula dancing is not only fun, it also helps improve your memory, balance and coordination!

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1-3pm Thinking Out Loud: Discussion Group

Mike Karp moderates this lively group discussion with varying topics (suggestions emailed ahead of time). Issues may include world affairs, U.S. politics, local news, popular culture and topics relevant to seniors. Bring your questions, your convictions…and your open mind! Social distancing and face masks are required.

 

TUESDAYS

10-11am Qi Gong

Qi means energy and Gong means work. Taught by Sandi Love, this is a mind-body-spirit practice designed to improve mental and physical health by integrating posture, movement, breathing techniques, self-massage and focused intent. Qi Gong is a healing art and a wonderful way to transfer and restore energy. The moves are easy to learn, fun and most people will feel benefits right away.

 

1-3pm Mah Jongg!

We are still hosting Mah Jongg, but space is very limited due to social distancing. To be placed on the WAIT LIST to play and/or for beginner lessons, contact Mary Ann Brady
Held indoors & socially distanced with face masks.

 

WEDNESDAYS

10-11am Tai Chi

Research supports the physical and mental benefits of Tai Chi, particularly for issues associated with aging. Certified instructor, Reuben Fernandez, has studied Tai Chi for more than 15 years. He utilizes Traditional Chen Style Tai Chi as well as Eight Pieces of Brocade & Five Elements Chi Gung. A Chen Style warm up will open the energy channels and meridians. Class will be held outside, so bring lots of water! Please wear loose clothing which does not restrict range of motion and flat-soled shoes (not running shoes) so as to not disturb your balance. Perfect for ALL fitness levels!

 

THURSDAYS

10-11am Zumba & Mat Pilates

This class, designed for active seniors, is so much fun, you’ll forget you’re exercising! Begin with 30 minutes of Zumba: move your body to Latin and upbeat music…tone muscles, improve balance & coordination. Then
finish with mat Pilates – working on flexibility and strengthening core muscles. Come for 30 or 60 minutes!

 

FRIDAYS

10-11am Yoga & Meditation

A gentle yet enlivening class designed to restore balance with your mind, body and breath. Instructor Cheryl Kaiser guides students through a sequence of postures designed for seniors of all levels. Poses may be modified safely using blocks and chairs.

11:30-12:30pm Tai Chi

Research supports the physical and mental benefits of Tai Chi, particularly for issues associated with aging. Certified instructor, Reuben Fernandez, has studied Tai Chi for more than 15 years. He utilizes Traditional Chen Style Tai Chi as well as Eight Pieces of Brocade & Five Elements Chi Gung. A Chen Style warm up will open the energy channels and meridians. Class will be held outside, so bring lots of water! Please wear loose clothing which does not restrict range of motion and flat-soled shoes (not running shoes) so as to not disturb your balance. Perfect for ALL fitness levels!

 

 

MON-FRI, 9:30am-3:00pm

We have 2 FDA-approved Micro Impact Platforms for your use!

Stand on one of our Juvent platforms to increase your range of motion and improve your balance, stability and bone density. Initially developed by NASA for astronauts returning from space, the Juvent has been found to have considerable benefits for all of us! Reservations are NOT required. 
Suggested donation of $5 per use.
More info at Juvent.com.

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