Students will make payments for all exercise classes directly to the exercise instructors.
Listed below are all the descriptions and fees for the exercise classes we offer.
Please let your instructor know if you have any questions.
The Verona Senior Center offers regular exercise classes at modest cost.
Call the Center at 845-7471 for more information. If you are not sure if a class is appropriate for you, come and try it out.
This simple and unique self-treatment will make your whole body feel better and provide relief from neck and low back pain, arthritis, bunions, plantar fascists, carpal tunnel syndrome and other aches and pain in your body. Using specialized MELT Balls on your hands and feet, you will learn how to help erase pain and tension in your hands, feet, neck, and low back brought on by everyday stress, over-use, misuse and age.
The MELT Method is a simple self-treatment method that eliminates chronic pain, improves performance, and decreases the accumulated stress caused by the repetitive postures and movements of everyday living. The MELT Method is the very first Hands-off Bodywork® method developed for the general public as a self-care tool to prevent and relieve chronic pain. It’s an affordable addition to any wellness or fitness routine.
For more information about MELT go to www.meltmethod.com
Join the dancing fun with beginner line dancing! Easy dances to all kinds of music. All abilities are welcome. Wear comfortable clothing.
This exercise program is a mixture of aerobic exercises, weight training, mobility and balance improvement. We use stretch bands and balls.
Regardless of age, regular exercise improves strength, flexibility, stamina, bone mass and posture. The ‘Keeping Fit’ exercise program is a mixture of aerobic exercises, weight training, mobility and balance improvement.
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.
Anyone can do yoga and stretching in this class. The exercises can be modified for those who do not want to do traditional floor yoga.
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.
Physical activity is considered the most effective non-drug treatment for reducing pain and improving movement in many types of arthritis. This program is led by Certified Arthritis Foundation Exercise Specialist Ron Dorr. It is designed with gentle movements that help increase joint flexibility, range of motion and muscle strength. Participants of this class are given the tools to help them increase functional ability to do the things with less pain.