Switch It Up!
Getting stuck in a workout routine? Need a challenge? Want some fun?
Switch it Up is a circuit training class that incorporates endurance, strength training, agility and balance exercises. It is a fast paced class, condensing an entire workout in 45 minutes or less!
This class meets every Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. and will consist of a little warm-up, followed by an ever-changing circuit routine. It is exclusively for members and is free of charge!
Please join us to discover the benefits of this time-honored exercise system focusing on principles of: breathing and centering, relaxation and concentration, rhythm and flow, and whole body movement. When: 8 week class starting January 15th, Wednesday 12:30 - 1:15 PM. Cost: Members $10/class, Non-Members $15/class (ask about the discount with the pay in full option). Instructor: Ross Ackley.
Parkinson’s Wellness Group
The Community Wellness Program is a six-week class developed at Boston University that is designed to help individuals living in the community with Parkinson’s Disease learn to manage their health more effectively. Under the guidance of a licensed physical therapist and speech therapist, participants will learn a problem solving approach as well as specific exercises to address various mobility, speech and self-care issues. Emphasis is placed on improving day-to-day function and quality of life. The class meets for 1.5 hours twice a week. Instructor: Elisabeth Whitley, DPT.
The next session will start in the Spring 2014. Please call for more information: 978-867-4095.
Fallproof Balance Class
An eight-week class designed to improve balance and maintain an active lifestyle. Developed at California State University at Fullerton, this group-based exercise program incorporates a series of progressive balance, mobility, strength and flexibility exercises to encourage better balance and reduce the risk for falls. The eight-week class meets for one hour twice a week. Instructor: Marie Lucey, PT.
The next session TBA. Please call for more information: 978-867-4095.