Balance Issues for Older Adults
Can you improve your balance and coordination? The answer is YES!
Not by sitting on the couch or surfing the web, but by moving and dancing
Check out this video from fitness trainer, Andrew Schindle in Winnipeg. His views on exercise and dance to help people improve strength and balance to help prevent falls.
Nia is a great way to get fit and work on balance and coordination regardless of your age or abilities.
Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit.
Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Nia classes are taught by licensed Nia teachers.
Not sure what Nia is all about? Here is a video from founder, Debbie Rosas on Nia.
Want to try Nia?
Class on Thursday at 10:15am at MAGMA, 11 Pleasant St.
You may find MAGMA by either entering the building on the Pleasant St. side or via the Main St. entrance. The elevator is accessed by the Main St. door. Walk to the rear of the arcade and take the elevator to 5th floor and walk through the gymnastics space.
More info on Nia at our web site nianow.com and at Linda’s web site niawithlinda.com
Classes also at the Rose Baker Senior Center-Mondays at 1 pm-Free
And at Manchester Athletic Club on Mondays and Wednesdays at 8 am.
Hope to see you soon!
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