Classes fill quickly so please call the Senior Center at 847-244-1101 ext. *501
for registration dates, class dates and any additional information.
Dear Senior Center Fitness Class Participants,
As always, your health and safety are our top priority. For this reason, we have decided to extend the Zoom fitness classes until further notice. The following changes are as follows:
- Fitness classes scheduled to begin on Friday, October 1st will not begin meeting on location until further notice.
- Those enrolled in on location classes do not need to re-enroll. These classes will begin as soon as possible.
- Schedules for all classes remain the same.
- If you would like to join us on Zoom, please contact our office for the links.
If you have any questions, please call us at 847-244-1101, ext. *501.
This is a high energy class using various tools for a full body workout. Weights, tubes and balls will be used to tone and build muscles along with strengthening bones. (Rigorous)
Designed for those who have difficulty getting down on the floor. Learn yoga postures, breathing techniques and ways of relaxing with the aid of a chair. (Beginner)
Core & More
Work all degrees of your core through extension, flexion and rotation. Balance moves will be added throughout the class as well. (Intermediate)
This is a high energy class in circuit style. A variety of exercises will be used to target different muscle groups with transitions that give enough time to recover and prepare. (Rigorous)
Floor & Balance
This class offers gentle exercises to be done on the floor. Must have the ability to get up and down from the floor. Chairs may be used for assistance. (Beginner)
Movement / Balance
This class provides gentle flexibility and strength exercises. Helps improve daily activities and range of motion. (Beginner)
Pilates is a series of exercises designed to evenly condition the entire body while emphasizing core stability. Work core strength, muscular balance and improve body alignment. (Intermediate)
Parkinson’s Disease Exercise Revolution class is taught by certified teacher, Judy Sneyd, and is designed to counteract the inactivity, motor deterioration, and symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease. (Beginner)
Stretch & Strength
This class focuses on strength, balance and flexibility exercises will help to improve your range of motion. (Intermediate)
This class helps build strength and flexibility along with stretching and relaxation. Must have the ability to get up and down from the floor. (Monday class– chairs can be used if needed for any pose.) (Intermediate)