Nutrition & Wellness

Arthritis Exercise

Senior Fitness

A certified instructor, who has completed the Senior Fitness training, will safely lead the class through an hour of dynamic exercises at a pace that’s right for the participants. There are lots of opportunities for participants to make new friends and acquaintances.

You can recognize an Senior Fitness class by the relaxed atmosphere and the laughter in the room. A full hour of fun, Senior Fitness focuses on dynamic cardiovascular exercise, strength training, balance, and flexibility — everything older adults need to maintain health and function as they age.

Class Locations and Schedules

Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10:45-11:45am

Arthritis Water Exercise

Developing a regular exercise routine is extremely important when you have arthritis — it preserves strength and flexibility, and in people who are also overweight, physical activity can help shed pounds and reduce pain. Activities like walking and running can be too jarring on joints, but water therapy, is a great way to stay active while actually protecting joints.

“Being in the water ‘unweights’ your joints, which is really great for people who have a lot of pain,” says Patience White, MD, vice president of public health at the Arthritis Foundation and a professor of medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. People with either osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis can benefit, she adds.

A warm water class utilizing arthritis water exercises to increase range of motion and strength. Register in person or by clicking the button below; for more information please contact Peter Cherry at