Body Fit

Fluid Dance

Facilitated by Camille Wallace

Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 pm.

You don’t need a partner.  We dance jive, cha-cha, salsa, and fluid dance.  Dances are taught in front of mirrors so it’s less intimidating for new dancer.  A fun atmosphere with lots of laughter and fun music. ($5 per class)

Contact Camille at 454-0743 or by email at nwallace@nb.sympatico.ca

Line Dancing

Instructed by Eric Hart

Wednesday morning at The Ville.  Sept to May

Provides an hour of fun with participants learning a variety of line dancing steps plus dances.  Instructions available for beginner and intermediate dancers.  The cost is $5.00 for each dance lesson and four different classes are available to dancers.

Call Eric at 506-455-0483 for more information

Line Dancing at SSSC

Instructed by Michelle Watson

Tuesdays at 4:00pm

Provides an hour of fun with participants learning a variety of line dancing steps plus dances.

Contact Michelle at: michelewatsonnb@hotmail.com

Seated Tai Chi

Instructed by Anne Marie Fortin

Monday afternoons at 1:45 pm

In this program, the participants will be guided through a series of Tai Chi movements promoting flexibility – looseness, and coordination of the upper body, upper and lower extremities.  They will also learn a sitting Tai Chi form and in time, be introduced to meditation and breathing exercises.  Seniors with disabilities (multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, Strokes) are welcome to attend. ($32 monthly) (Class is FULL)

Call the Centre at 450-7849 for more information.

Tai Chi (21 Form)

Instructed by Anne Marie Fortin

Tuesday mornings at 9:00 am ($32 monthly) (Class is FULL)

Call the Centre at 450-7849 for more information

Yoga

Instructed by Elaine Campbell

Monday mornings at 10:30 am

New members welcome ($12 per class)

Call the Centre at 450-7849 for more information

Adaptive Chair Yoga

Facilitated by Ellen Levine

Tuesday at 2:30pm. ($15 per class or $12 per class if paid upfront)

Adaptive Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support and balance.

This style of yoga is a great practice for everyone, as it deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness.   With the aid of a chair, the participant can learn many kinds of yoga postures, breathing techniques, meditation, and ways of relaxation, often creating greater physical and mental fitness.

It has helped people with the symptoms of many health issues including hypertension (high blood pressure), anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, vertigo (medical), multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, osteopenia, carpal tunnel syndrome, clinical depression, and chronic pain. As well as helping healthy individuals maintain a level of health and vitality as we age.

Chair Yoga,  although a gentle form of yoga, still incorporates all the principles of other traditions of yoga: breathing exercises, gentle introspective movements, and quiet contemplation and meditation. Complicated maneuvers and complex movements are not present in a chair yoga class. Within these classes, you will cover standing ( if available to the participant ) and seated postures. for those able to reach the floor there are options to do some of the class on the floor.  For those unable to reach the floor, the floor is brought to the participant thru the use of the chair.

These classes are structured so that both people with no familiarity with yoga as well as people versed in the yogic tradition can participate.

For more information contact Ellen at 260-3660 or by email at ellenlevine203@gmail.com

  • Stepping Stone Senior Centre Inc. is a Registered Charity, and tax receipts will be issued for donations upon request.

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