Healthy Aging Programs
Strengthens. Uplifts. Enriches.
“I have arthritis in both knees. Now I am able to go upstairs normally, not one foot at a time.”
“I’ve changed my attitude about things I CAN do at 69.”
Regular physical activity is the most important contributor to improving overall health and well being. When we become less active, we lose muscle tone, can’t breathe as well, and are more tired in general. Often we are not aware of how much this has affected us until one day we fall and we aren’t strong enough to get up.
No matter how weak or stiff you have become, you can regain much of your muscle strength and flexibility.You can prevent many chronic diseases by being physically active and eating a healthy diet. If you have a chronic disease or condition (osteoporosis, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease), improving your diet and increasing your physical activity can help you better manage your disease and improve your quality of life. It’s never too late to start.
CVAA offers programs that will keep you active and socially connected while supporting your physical, intellectual, and emotional well being.
Programs include Tai Chi, yoga, strength training, line dancing, balance classes, walking clubs, and arthritis programs.
Social and Healthy Aging Activities
Programs include computer classes, book clubs, crafts, knitting groups, quilting circles, bridge clubs, bingo, Mah-Jongg, and volunteer opportunities
Classes and Workshops
Wellness programs, such as chronic disease self-management, nutrition education, diabetes education, and falls prevention workshops are available throughout the year.
Download flyers with information about Tai Chi and other Healthy Living programs