Exercise Class Descriptions

Chair Drumming – Seated while you drum along to the beat of music. Experience improved strength and coordination in a fun and social environment. (moderate activity)

Range of Motion— This class maintains or improves specific joints and surrounding muscles with careful stretching and body movement designed to make everyday life easier to execute and enjoy. Emphasis on flexibility, stability and core strength. Various levels are taught because we are all unique! (moderate activity).

Tai Chi–Low impact exercise and poses to improve muscle tone and strength. Helps with flexibility, relaxation, balance and overall mental and physical health. According to CDC also helps prevent falls. (moderate activity).

Parkinson’s Exercise–This class is for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. We perform seated and standing exercise to improve strength, balance and coordination. This class has special exercise chairs with built in resistive bands. We also incorporate large movements to support improved mobility for Parkinsons. Registration is required.

Resistive Exercise–the purpose of this class is to strengthen large muscle groups. We perform seated and standing exercises to your tolerance. Although the primary focus is strengthening, we also perform stretching exercises. We utilize large resistive bands for arm and spine strength. (moderate activity).

Dale Baldridge

Beginning and Intermediate Line Dancing–Teaches country dancing either for the new or experienced (active activity).

Jean Green

All of the classes I teach have one primary goal:  train to keep your body primed for everyday activities and to prevent injury and enhance quality of life.  Everyone needs to train their bodies – everyday to remain mobile and strong.  Keeping the brain healthy as well as the body is also a priority.  I hope to keep people in their best physical and mental mindset.  I want them to feel strong and happy so they can dance through life.

Balance Class—

Calisthenics–Total body workout using pronounced body movements designed for the “active senior” (active activity).

Cardio Drumming–Standing while you drum along to the beat of music (active activity).

Chair Yoga–improves balance, strength, flexibility, reduce stress, manage pain (moderate activity).

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