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This will be a 6-week course that will educate seniors on how to manage chronic pain, develop healthy habits, manage emotional and physical stress, and communicate better with their doctors, friends, and family. Seniors will also learn relaxation techniques and easy movements to relieve pain. This class will only be taught in Spanish. To enroll contact Nicole Young at (424) 212-5640 or at nicole.young@providence.org.

This session helps seniors “burn” calories with the use of a “rubber” resistance band. Popular resistance band exercises have been modified to perform in a chair to meet the needs of our senior community members.
 

Friday July 27th, 2018 | 2:30pm - 3:30pm

3180 E. Imperial Highway
Lynwood, CA 90262

Get fit with simple moves that use aerobics and light weights to help tone and define your muscles. These exercises can be done sitting in a chair or standing up. 

Monday May 21st, 2018 | 10:15am - 11:15am

3111 W. Century Boulevard, Ste 100 Inglewood, CA 90303 

A day of rest, relaxation, & inspiration. Breakfast and lunch are included with registration. A limited number of scholarships for respite care are available. 

For registration, information or questions please contact Angie Moran: amoran@alzgla.org || (323)859-8810

 

Saturday June 2nd, 2018 | 9:30am - 3:30pm

1975 Zonal Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90089

 

This public and no cost forum is dedicated to informing seniors and disabled folks and seniors about different transportation programs around the Antelope Valley. 

Some of these programs include: The Antelope Valley Transit Authority, Dial A Ride, Access Services, Metro Los Angeles, Uber, & Riders on the Move.

For more information or questions, call Randi Bardeaux at 661-206-7830. 

Monday March 12th, 2018 | 2:00pm - 3:30pm

777 W Jackman St Lancaster, CA 93534

This class is designed to help you stay active. Learn how easy it is to maintain your cardio health and strengthen your muscles. You can exercise seated in your chair or stand up and exercise.

For additonal information call: (310) 330-3130

Enjoy some social creativity, pick up some water-color techniques, and sip tea. Try unwinding after work at the library.  Bring a friend along. The instructor will lead attendees together through the creation of a watercolor painting for each of them.

The Seniors’ Morning Mixer program is put on by the Friends of the Angeles Mesa Branch Library. It provides light refreshments, fresh coffee, useful information from engaged community members, and lively discussion.

Get fit with simple moves that use aerobics and weights to help tone and define your muscles. You can exercise from your chair or stand up if you want.

This class is designed to help you stay active. Learn how easy it is to maintain your cardio health and strengthen your muscles. You can exercise seated in your chair or stand up and exercise.

For additonal information contact: (310) 330-3130

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