Sun City residents will be a part of 1000’s of lively adults throughout the nation taking part in wholesome actions in celebration of National Senior Health & Fitness Day on May 26 on the pavilion and Pinckney Hall.
This free occasion, organized across the theme of “Life is Better in Motion,” will function a sequence of mini group train courses and well being lectures all through the day.
The occasion is a part of the National Senior Health & Fitness Day group, organized by the Mature Market Resource Center. According to the group’s web site, fitnessday.com, the purpose of the occasion is to assist hold older Americans wholesome, match and protected, and to showcase what native teams are doing of their communities to advertise senior well being and wellness.
Health and wellness supervisor Kristen Hatcher mentioned residents can look ahead to a fun-filled and academic day.
“This free occasion is an opportunity for residents to rejoice well being, wellness and motion with one another and other people throughout the nation. We have a bunch of nice audio system lined up with subjects that concentrate on all facets of wellness, but additionally particularly relate to the general theme,” she mentioned.
Group train courses shall be held on the pavilion from 9/11 a.m., introducing residents to a few of Sun City’s health class choices corresponding to dance match, Zumba, slide dance, chair yoga, boot camp and extra.
Health lectures shall be held at Pinckney Hall from 8:30 a.m. to midday. Residents will study subjects corresponding to morning meditation and mindfulness, stability and proprioception, methods to work by joint ache, and energy coaching, amongst others.
Healthy meals shall be obtainable for buy from meals distributors on the pavilion grounds.
For extra details about the lineup of occasions, see eNews Weekly or the City Fit eNewsletter, or go to any of Sun City’s health facilities. This occasion is open to Sun City residents solely.
If you go
What: National Senior Health & Fitness Day
When: 8:30 a.m. to midday May 26
Where: Pavilion grounds and Pinckney Hall