Balance Workshop by Alison will begin again on Friday, August 17th at 11:30 AM
Balance is not something you find, it is something you work for. It is an essential component in the quest to be ageless, fit and confident. Our balance system includes all of the senses in our body that tell us how we are moving, the brain that puts this information together and the muscles that control our movement.
This “all ages and all abilities” workshop will focus on improving and maintaining balance while working on stabilization, muscular endurance, strength, and flexibility. The goal is to promote healthy aging and assist in facilitating the activities of daily living, which are an essential component of a strong and independent quality of life.
People of all ages and abilities need to keep their balance system healthy. A healthy balance system helps us to look and feel good as well as helping us to move and work with greater ease and more confidence.
Another benefit of good balance is increased energy and strength. It is universally recognized by experts, top athletes, trainers and medical professionals that balance training helps in better performance in sports. Fitness experts know that good balance and a strong core go hand in hand.
Diligence in daily balance training can help seniors to build strength in the abdominal or core muscle group and in the legs. These activities can also improve and preserve mobility levels, enhance safety and allow aging adults to continue enjoying their favorite recreational activities such as dancing, tennis, jogging or bike riding.
Workshop spots are limited and preregistration is required. Please note, these workshops are NOT included in the Monthly Class Pass. The cost per workshop is $10 per participant.
For more information or to register, please email Alison Standard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven’t attended a Balance Workshop yet, you need to!
-Submitted by the Lake House