Exercise at the Oregon Area Senior Center

Zumba Gold participants dance in costume for Halloween.
Zumba Gold participants dance in costume for Halloween.
  • Get Fit: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1:00-1:45 PM.  $3.00 per class.  A limited mobility exercise class:  helps improve strength, flexibility and cardiovascular activity.  Improves balance and coordination.  Includes rhythmic limbering, aerobic activity, toning exercises and stretching.  Both seated and standing.  (No classes December 25 through January 5.) Instructor:  Gudie Huston
  • Zumba Gold:  Tuesday and Thursday, 9:45 - 10:30 AM. $3.00 per class.  Zumba Gold meets the needs of the active older participant. It includes zesty Latin music, easy-to-follow moves, and a party-like atmosphere.  If you have never taken a dance exercise class, this is the place to start!  Instructor:  Anne Stone
  • Zumba Gold advanced:  Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30-9:30 AM. $3.00 per class.  Takes the moves you learn in Zumba Gold to the next level.  The steps are a little faster and more complex, but just as fun!  Instructor:  Anne Stone
  • Gentle Yoga:  Friday, 9:00 - 10:00 AM, beginning September 8.  $6 per class.  Gentle yoga is designed specifically for older adults or anyone wishing to experience yoga at a slower pace with attention to alignment and inner awareness. Students should be able to move from the floor to a standing position and vice versa. Please bring your own yoga mat and a folded blanket. Supportive props will be provided as needed.  Instructor:  Kelly Petrie
  • StrongWomen:  Monday and Thursday, 10:30 - 11:30 AM, OR Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30-6:30 PM (no PM class the first Thursday of each month).  $3 per class.  An evidence-based program that includes a strength training curriculum to help women maintain muscle mass, strength, and function as they age.  Instructor:  Vicky Carroll
  • Parkinson’s Exercise: Starts again in 2018:  Tuesday, January 9 through March 20, 10:30 AM.  $5.00 per class donation requested.  This class is specifically designed for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Class content is based on current research targeting specific Parkinson’s Disease movement deficits and focuses on improving function, mobility, mood, quality of life, and fall reduction in a fun atmosphere.   Enroll through Stoughton Hospital.  Call 835-5373 to register. Instructor:  Rachel Peerenboom