top of page
Active 55+ Seniors
Tai Chi – Relieves physical affects of stress. Promotes deep breathing. Improves lower body and leg strength. Helps with arthritis pain.
Yoga - Increase your balance, gain strength, stretch, and learn how to relax.
Zumba Gold & Toning - Low to moderate intensity strength training exercises are essential to prevent a dramatic reduction in muscle mass, muscle strength, atrophy.
Line Dancing - a choreographed dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance in one or more lines or row. Facing either one or in the same direction and executing the steps at the same time. A perfect exercise for improving coordination and balance, increasing cardiovascular health and brain memory.
I AM FIT – chair exercise for strengthening the upper body as well as the lower body. Improve your strength, balance, and flexibility regardless of your current ability level.
Pickle Ball - a hybrid of tennis, ping pong, and badminton. Benefits may come in the form of lower blood pressure, a boosting of the immune system, stress reduction, improved mental acuity or just getting/keeping one in shape. It sure beats getting on the treadmill for an hour!
Scottish Dancing - Scottish dances also known as Ceilidh, tend to be either a partner dance or a group dance, and they also frequently have callers who shout out the moves - which makes a ceilidh ideally suited for novices in an audience. It's a relaxed opportunity to meet and dance with a lot of people, friends old and new.
bottom of page