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Active Seniors

Did you know?  Older adult functioning is positively influenced by weight training? After strength training older adults are able to stand up out of a chair more easily, walk around easier and are able to walk further and faster. There is also an improvement in balance and they are able to ascend and descend the stairs faster. Increase your strength and improve your balance through trainer directed use of hand weights, strength machines and chair-assisted exercises.
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Gentle Joints

This class uses a gentle range of motion workout to help people with arthritis improve joint flexibility and decrease pain or stiffness through the warmth, buoyance and gentle resistance of an aquatic environment.
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Gentle Yoga

Great for all levels of fitness. A modified Yoga program designed to help improve strength and flexibility. Stretch and hold poses in simple ways to gradually ease tight joints and muscles and build strength. Regain mobility, coordination, balance and fullness of breath.
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Senior Cardio

A Cardio Class for Active Seniors or those brand new to fitness.  Lower cardio intensity options and no core floor work will raise heart rates for a total body workout, including cardio endurance. Beginner-Senior fitness level.
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Senior Dance Party

A low-impact dance-based cardio class for seniors of all ages.
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Senior Stretch and Balance

A perfect fit for the beginner or anyone looking to improve flexibility and strength, two factors that have been proven to help reduce falls and improve balance.
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Senior Strong

A 45 minute strength and agility class for seniors of all ages and abilities using light-weight free weights.
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Shallow Water Fitness

This class is based around the principles of traditional water exercise but done at a lower intensity. Working through full range of motion with light and easy aerobic moves, this class will help increase flexibility and balance with minimal joint stress.
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Tai Ji Quan-Moving for Better Balance

Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance? is an evidence-based fall prevention program for older adults. The program is delivered in two 45-minute sessions each week for 6 weeks. Each session consists of warm-up exercises; core practices, which include a mix of practice of forms, variations of forms, mini-therapeutic movements; and a brief cool-down.
Designed to improve balance and reduce the likelihood of falling.
Reduces older adults? risk of falling buy 47-55%
One in 3 adults over 65 fall each year
20-30% of falls result in moderate to sever injuries i.e.: bruises, hip fractures, head traumas
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