Our Active Older Adult programs offer a wide variety of health and wellness activities that help keep seniors active, healthy, happy, and engaged.
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This shallow water class will give you a complete workout including warm-up, cardio, strength, abdominal, and stretching.View Complete Program Details »
This 45-minute class will take you through various functional movements that you will need every day. Find cardio, strength, balance, and flexibility all in one class.View Complete Program Details »
This class is held in our warm instructional pool. It will focus on the needs of our Arthritis population. You will work on mobility, flexibility, range of motion, balance, and stretching.View Complete Program Details »
Soothing movement in the water helps those with arthritis and other joint-related conditions.View Complete Program Details »
This class is also available as a Virtual Group Exercise Class. Click here for the Virtual Workout Schedule.
This is a slower paced, non-strenuous class designed for students who have little or no experience in yoga. This is an ideal class for students who have physical restrictions.View Complete Program Details »
Based on a program developed by the Arthritis Foundation, this class is for people with arthritis and related conditions. The warmth and soothing movement of the water helps those with arthritis feel better.View Complete Program Details »
Classes are ongoing and participants may join at any time.View Schedule
Healthy Lungs and Heart is a low-impact class that focuses on improving cardiovascular and pulmonary function through cardio, strength, and flexibility training.View Complete Program Details »
Enjoy dancing the afternoon away and getting some exercise. Step by step you will learn a variety of fun group line dances. No experience is necessary.View Complete Program Details »
Info Session: Nov 19, 2–4pm
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This evidence-based program created at Stanford University is for people living with or taking care of someone with diabetes, or a person that would like to learn more about living a healthy life with a chronic condition. The workshop meets once a week for six weeks and covers topics such as symptoms of diabetes, healthy ways to manage high and low blood sugars, working effectively with health care providers, stress reduction techniques, and the importance of nutrition, diet, and exercise.Register Now: Caldwell YMCA View Complete Program Details »
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