Activities & Fitness for Active Older Adults
The Y offers a place for active older adults to participate in activities and fitness programs. Choose to participate in programs provided to all ages or those
Our Active Older Adult members are welcome at any and all of our classes. Our low-impact land and group exercise classes are free to members and available at regularly scheduled times, found here.
Senior socials are a great way to get together with friends and learn something new. Lunch provided. We encourage attendees to bring a dessert to share. Registration required.
Upcoming dates and flyers:
Jan 8, 12-2pm
Graceful Senior Solutions
Feb 5, 12-2pm
Mar 5, 12-2pm
Programs designed just for active older adults include our Fine Art of Aging Creatively art programs, technology workshops, games clubs and more.
Active Older Adult WorkshopsWINTER SILK & PAPER
Jan 17, 24, 31
WINTER WOOL —FELTED HOMESCAPES
FEB 7, 14,and 21
BOOK ARTS—BOXED BOOKS, SCROLL STORIES, PICTURE MEMORIES
Mar 14, 21, 28
APR 4, 11, 18 and 2
PRINT MAKING FOR BEGINNERS
MAY 2, 9, 16, and 2
Beginner - Intermediate, Formerly Forever Fit
For older adults or those new to exercising, class aims to improve muscle strength, cardio fitness, bone density and balance. Sit and Be Fit Plus includes more standing routines.
Learn bike setup, proper form and basic spinning techniques. Class moves at a slower pace. All levels are welcome.
Beginner - Advanced
Increase stamina, strength and flexibility with the use of free weights, bands, balls and other fitness equipment.
Zumba and chair zumba offers the fun of Zumba with modified moves and pace. Music includes Latin salsa, merengue, cumbia and reggaeon. Chair may be used during this class.
Tai Chi is a Chinese movement art and a class where muscles are strengthened, blood circulation regulated, spirit stimulated and body refreshed. Program promotes balance, digestion and increase internal energy. Pilates is a progressive series of floor exercises and standing postures to enhance and develop flexibility strength and balance. Chair must be used and movements demonstrated at a slower pace and with more modifications.