Thank you & happy exercising!!!
Featuring some of your own Senior Center Staff!
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What are people saying about Yoga?
“Rachel’s classes have been wonderful. She is choosing exercises that seem to be specific for our aging bodies. We are targeting muscles that help us with our posture and everyday movements.”
Trish, yoga participant
Join Rachel for an upbeat and energetic cardiovascular workout. After working up a sweat you’ll finish the class with some strength training and stretching.
This is a free class but donations are accepted. Donations can be made to the Senior Center and will help with future programming
Instruction in a Yang Style Tai Chi Short Form. Slow, fluid movements which maintain and improve alignment and balance, flexibility, strength and concentration. A more complex movement sequence than Tai Chi I Standing.
Instruction in Chi Kung (breath and energy practice for health) and beginning Tai Chi Form movements. Slow, fluid movement patterns which maintain and improve alignment and balance, flexibility, strength and concentration. Shorter, less complex movement sequences than Tai Chi II – a good class to begin your Tai Chi practice. Students will be standing unless a chair is needed for support.
Having a strong core is extremely important as it supports the spine and aids in balance. We will not only work our abdominal muscles, but also the muscles of the back and hips. Planks, Superman’s, Squats, hand weights and balancing on floor or chair. Please bring a yoga mat or towel.