In collaboration with Parks and Recreation and community partners, the Senior and Disabled Center has opportunities for you to exercise. Whether you are an athlete or a couch potato or anything in between...there is something for you! Current opportunities include:
A great workout without the risk of falling. Great for easing into movement. Join more than 20 others and follow along in this video based program. Twice a week sessions following different chair exercise videos, suitable for all levels. No fee and no registration needed. Held every Tuesday and Friday from 10:30 to 11:15.
Fun & Fitness
An invigorating fitness class that will improve stamina, strength, muscle tone and cardiovascular fitness. Classes are run by the Parks and Recreation Department on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Fees charged.
Weekly group for Center members meets Thursday afternoons. Sessions are run by volunteer instructors. No fee.
Tai Chi is one of the most effective exercise systems for mental and physical well‐being. Emphasis is on breathing and the use of fluid, graceful and gentle movements. T’ai Chi releases tension, deepens relaxation, improves balance, increases bone density, and develops muscle tone. Its gentleness is especially suitable for the elderly and people rehabilitating from illness or accident.
Beginner and intermediate classes are run by the Parks and Recreation Department on Monday mornings.