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Gentle Tai Chi
Date(s): Mon and Fri
Since the first widespread promotion of tai chi health benefits in the early 20th century, it has developed a worldwide following among people for its benefit for health and health maintenance. Studies of tai chi support its effectiveness as an alternative exercise and as a form of meditative pain reduction that focuses on positive energy flows. it is reported that focusing the mind solely on the movements of the form helps to bring about a state of mental calm and clarity. Besides general health benefits and stress management attributed to tai chi training, this form of exercise has been found to nurture core-strength and balance. Also: Chi Times - practice your "forms" with our instructor. This 20 minute focused session on Wednesday at 12:15 p.m.
Infant CPR education
Take 30 minutes out of your busy day to learn infant CPR. Saving Baby's Life ...When Every Second Counts is an instructional DVD designed to educate parents and infant caregivers on how to perform infant CPR and what to do for a choking infant. This class does not provide a certification but will provide the knowledge needed to perform infant CPR through observing an instructional video. This learning tool was developed by Geraldine Hickey, RN, found of Baby Zone and Beyond. The DVD uses the newly revised 2010 American Heart Association guidelines for infant CPR. Sign up Now! Session times are Wednesdays at 12 noon and 4 p.m. in the Minges Wellness Center. Call 252-522-7014 with questions.
Quit for Life Tobacco Cessation Program
Date(s): Monthly classes available check below for details
Class sizes are limited and classes start promptly at the appointed time. Each class is one hour long. Class are available at 8:30 - 9:30 or 3:30 - 4:30 on days listed below. Registration must be done by calling 252-522-7014. Dates for 2015 are as follows:
Healthy Starts to the Day: Good Habits for a Great Day!
Date(s): October 20
We have all heard the expression that "the early bird gets the worm". When you start your morning off with good habits, you are setting yourself up for success all day long! Join Graham as he discusses smart and efficient ways to begin your day, and different ideas of how they could fit into your daily routine. Silver and Fit members are invited to stay after the free presentation for a Silver and Fit social in the Wellness Center.
I Can Cope - Caring for the Caregiver
Date(s): November 24
Please join speaker and host, Janet Scism, medical social worker, for an evening of talk about caregivers; who they are, and what they do. Refreshments will be served. Free to the public but registration is required by calling Janet at 252-522-7600.
This 30 minute class will include a number of simple standing as well as mat poses. Class will focus on correct posture, form, and safe yoga movements. Connect with your inner self through breathing techniques and meditation. Enhance your balance and overall strength and peace. A great way to escape a stresful day! Beginner's level. Must be a member to participate.
Healthy at Every Size
Date(s): January 5
Sometimes its not just about the weight loss! Learn about making healthy habits for real benefits of a healthy lifestyle --- that matter. Learn about the benefits of establishing an active lifestyle and a good diet and how even small changes can make a genuine impact. Get your new year off to a good start and join us to create non weight related goals for the new year. Even if you aren't seeing the weight loss, don't get discouraged, there are other measures of improvement that are real and can positively impact your health every day. Join us for a Silver and Fit social immediately following this program.
Increase Your Fitness IQ
Date(s): January 26
Whether you are new to exercise or you've been participating for years, a good combination of motivation with the correct information makes for the most beneficial workout. Join Brittney to learn what common exercise mistakes you should avoid in order to stay safe. This talk is fee and open to the public.
New Support Group - Life After Stroke
Date(s): Nov 5, Feb 15, May 16, Aug 15, & Nov 21
Stroke survivors and caregivers, please bring your own experiences to a discussion with other survivors on life after stroke, transitioning from hospital to home, and re-entering the community. It's free. If you have had a stroke, or are a caregiver or a loved one who is struggling with stroke issues, and would like to come for encouragement, join us. This new quarterly support group will be led by Lenoir Memorial Hospital Stroke Coordinator Dawn Becker, RN, who may be reached for more information at 252-522-7575. The dates for the upcoming meetings are: November 5, 2015, and in 2016 they are February 15, May 16, August 15, and November 21.
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