TITUSVILLE, Fla. - Learn to have better balance, and live better with your chronic condition.
Two free multiweek activities are available for seniors at Parrish Health & Fitness Center, 2210 Cheney Highway, Titusville, FL 32780. These activities will help men and women be healthier and safer in their daily lives.
Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance
Tuesdays & Thursdays, February 19–May 14, 12:15–1:45 pm
Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance is a free 12-week workshop that meets two times a week. It is for adults 60+ who have uncertain balance and fear of falling. Tai Chi is a gentle form of physical activity. Participants gain strength, flexibility, balance and confidence while relieving stress, aches, and pains. Call 321-268-6200, ext. 8607 to register for Tai Chi.
Fridays, March 8–April 12, 9:00–11:30 am
Living Healthy is a free six-week workshop that meets for 2.5 hours once a week for adults living with a chronic health condition, such as arthritis, asthma, COPD, diabetes, GI disease, heart failure, heart disease, or pain. Discover better nutrition and exercise choices, learn better ways to communicate with your physicians and family about your health, and set goals to create your Living Healthy action plan. Call 321-268-6596 to register for Living Healthy.
About Parrish Health & Fitness Center
Parrish Health & Fitness Center is North Brevard’s only medically integrated wellness center. It features state-of-the-art strength and cardiovascular training equipment, multiple weight-training rooms, two indoor heated pools, personal fitness training, wellness coaching, more than 80 weekly group fitness classes, and much more. Located at 2210 Cheney Highway (Hwy 50), Titusville, FL 32780, call 321-268-6200 for more information, or go online to parrishhealthandfitness.com.
FREE activities for seniors at Parrish Health & Fitness Center
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