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$ Yoga Gentle Yoga with Jennifer Cox : Mondays and Fridays, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
A gentle class designed for older adults. Linking movement to breath to gently build strength and increase flexibility. This class can improve your range of motion and balance while promoting a sense of relaxation and well being. Jennifer teaches meditative Hatha yoga, with breath, intention, slow gentle movement, and individual options centered around a Trauma-Informed approach. She strives to meet each student as they are, offering complete instructions and variations/ options for all bodies. Class fee varies month to month. Call for fees: 916-808-5462.

Tai Chi: Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:30a-11:30a
Led by instructor Sabitre Rodriguez, participants will experience this low impact form of ancient Chinese exercise. Tai Chi combines slow movements with relaxation for a gentle and accessible form of exercise. Newcomers welcome!

Zumba Toning for Seniors (ON HIATUS)
Instructor Kelly Pineda will introduce you to her unique Zumba Toning training program. Participants will learn the basic dance steps they will need to participate and complete their first Zumba class. The class incorporates physical exercises using light Zumba weights and dance steps to the rhythms of Cumbia, Merengue, Mambo, Salsa, Samba, and more. Come discover how easy and fun losing weight, toning your muscles, and getting in shape can be! Everyone can enjoy Zumba, no dance experience required. 

Other ways to fit in fitness!

FREE - Qi Gong Movement and Meditation: Mondays, 12-1pm
Jan Polin teaches Sheng Zhen Wuji Yuan Gong, a type of gentle moving and non-moving meditations that are designed to bring you into a state of harmonious well-being. These healing exercises are done while seated.

FREE - Social Ping Pong: Tuesdays 12:30-2p and Thursdays, 10:30– 2 pm
Have fun and get your heart pumping with ping pong! Ping Pong, also called table tennis, is a fun way to strengthen your hand-eye coordination. The game features light balls and paddles and is easy to learn. Drop in to watch the game and play. All levels are welcome to join this non-competitive, enthusiastic group! Games are first come, first served, and, instead of scored, are simply timed at 7 minutes.

Walking the park/Lifetrail stations: Did you know that walking our park 4 times is equal to walking one mile? Come walk the park on your own schedule and stop by any of the Lifetrail fitness stations. Use them to improve your balance, strength and tone and to learn helpful tips to stay healthy!

50+ Wellness Resource Guide
For a comprehensive guide to senior fitness opportunities, water fitness locations, and dance and fitness classes all around town, check out the 50+ Wellness Get Moving! Guide that is available online. To view this information, visit