The Road to a Healthier, More Independent You
Exercise and an active lifestyle can help you maintain your health, keep your independence, and reconnect you with others in the community.
Our exercise programs offer enriching ways to get fit and have fun!
To Keep You Active We Offer:
- Yoga – a form of exercise using slow movements and stretching. Participants in the class have reported increased flexibility and balance. The meditative mood and movements are good for relieving stress and relaxing.
- Tai Chi – a set of exercises or movements that take on the appearance of a graceful dance in slow motion. Participants of the class have reported improved flexibility, balance, and physical control. A kind of moving meditation, participants express feeling a sense of centering and inner calm.
- Soul Line Dancing – a groovy way to get some exercise through dancing. Easy and fun choreographed dance steps are repeated and performed by the class. No previous experience necessary.
- Strong for Life - a strength training exercise program created by physical therapists for older adults to improve strength, balance, and overall health. The exercise program targets specific muscles used in every day movements.
- Low Impact Exercise – traditionally viewed as the gentlest of workouts, this form of exercises involves stretching and strengthening components that are gentle on joints. Most of the activities are performed with the body placed in a stable and stationary position, and are done with no jarring movements.
To Keep You Healthy We Offer:
- Diabetes Education
- Health Checks
- Feet and Hand Massage
Sign up for a class today or refer someone you know. Stop by the center at 2600 Middlefield Road in Redwood City, or call us at (650) 780-7525 for more information!