Led by an Aquatic Exercise Association certified instructor
Offered June - August in collaboration with Northwest Colorado Health and the City of Craig Parks and Recreation department.

Suggest Donation $1.00 members, 3.00 non-member

Tier lll Evidence Based Program
Aquatic Exercise Association Certification
Tier lll Evidence Based Program

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 We are excited to bring  Tier III (highest level) Evidence-based health promotion programs recognized by the Colorado State unit on Aging to our community

AEA Certified exercise instructor Tammy Workman can help create the right program for you! Circuit Training involves total body exercise, training routines and includes endurance activities such as walking or cycling, strength training to keep your muscles strong and flexibility exercises to prevent injuries. This type of program includes several stations where exercises are completed consecutively. Our Circuit training routines are modified according to fitness level.

Suggest Donation $1.00 members, 3.00 non-members
Fridays 9:00 Am – 10:00 AM

We can help you achieve your fitness goals!   We have treadmills, exercise bikes, free weights, fitness bands, fitness balls and more.  Suggest Donation $1.00 members, 3.00 non-members

Week Days 9 Am – 3 Pm

Led by a certified A Matter of Balance Coach

A Matter of Balance is a community class specifically designed to reduce fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among aging adults. A Matter of Balance uses practical coping strategies to reduce fear of falling and to diminish the risk of falling including group discussions, mutual problem solving, exercises to improve strength, coordination and balance, and home safety evaluation.

97% of older adults taking A Matter of Balance are more comfortable talking about fear of falling and increasing their activity

http://www.mh-edu.org/events/a-matter-of-balance

Suggest Donation $1.00 members, 3.00 non-member

circuit  training

Less stress, more calm! Yoga is a great way to relieve stress, improve your core strength and flexibility,

Certified Yoga Instructor Evonne Driggs-Crum

Tuesday 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm at the Senior Socail Center, 50 College Dr.  - room 201

​Suggest Donation $1.00 members, 3.00 non-member

exercise  equipment


 Strength Training Workout!


Led by a certified Geri-Fit instructor this class is considered a "progressive resistance exercise program" meaning that once you have built up enough strength and endurance using lower weight dumbbells, you can graduate to using heavier dumbbells weights in order to become even stronger.

Instructor Anita Reynolds
Mondays and Fridays 9:30 am – 10:30 am
At the Senior Social Center, 50 College Dr,

-Room 201
Suggest Donation $1.00 members, 3.00 non-member

Beg/intr  Yoga

geri-Fit

Tier III  Evidence-based Program

matter of-balance

 Water  Aerobics