Specialty Fitness Programs

communal exercises for those with unique needs

improve strength, balance, posture and more

Community House offers a variety of exercise programs for seniors, new mothers and others with special fitness needs. When you participate with others who are in the same situation, you are less self-conscious and therefore more motivated to continue your quest toward improved health. Enjoy the social aspect of these classes as you regain strength, stamina and stability.

specialty fitness programs for adults

Pilates 

The Pilates Method is a classic method of physical and mental
conditioning created over 80 years ago by legendary physical trainer Joseph Pilates. Through exercises that focus on the application of six principles: control, centering, concentration, precision, breath, and flow, we teach you about the mechanics of movement, allowing you to develop and maintain a healthy and graceful body.

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Improve Your Posture 

This interactive workshop will keep you engaged and active, focusing on improving your posture and health. Some of the many benefits of having correct posture are less pain from tension headaches, better sleep, increased mobility, and better breathing. You will learn why proper posture is essential for your health. Finally, you will also get an individualized digital posture analysis with before and after results to gauge your improvements.

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Better with Age: Senior Strength — Seniors

This class aims to promote healthy aging by integrating specific exercise techniques that help to maintain joint mobility, muscular strength and endurance. Research has proven that exercise can aid in fighting some of the neurological and psychologic-al changes of aging. In addition, it improves reflex time and helps stave off age-related memory loss.

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Focus on Stability: Balance Training

More than one-third of adults aged 65 and older injure themselves by falling each year.  Those who fall once are two to three times more likely to fall again.  But balance is a learned skill, and falls can be actively prevented. In this course you will be introduced to tools and techniques that not only improve your balance but your functional strength, posture, and mobility as well.

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Tai Chi for Parkinson’s and Balance Disorders — Ages 18+

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition that, today, is practiced as a graceful form of exercise. It involves a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing. Tai Chi helps reduce stress and anxiety as well as increasing flexibility and balance. Through Cheryl's unique holistic teachings, of many different styles including QiGong & Yang, you will learn this noncompetitive exercise's postures.

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