Nov
20
Mon
Walking at Heminger Center, Tiffin University @ Tiffin University
Nov 20 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

WALKING AT HEMINGER CENTER,

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY

Tiffin University has offered AEC members the use of their walking track at the Heminger Center Monday—Friday, 8:00AM—Noon.

To be able to use the walking track be sure to take your drivers license  to the Gillmor Center on T.U. Campus.  Once inside the Gillmor Center go to the office of “Student Life”.  They will give you a photo ID to show at the Heminger Center each time you use the track.  If it is bad weather please be sure to bring along an extra pair of clean shoes to wear on the track.

 

 

 

Parkinson’s “Delay the Disease” @ Allen Eiry Center
Nov 20 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm

“Delay the Disease” is a community based fitness program designed to empower people with Parkinson’s disease by optimizing their physical function. The fitness class is specially designed to help those with Parkinson’s gain a better quality of life through strength, balance, gait and cognitive training. Delay the Disease fitness class will focus on BIG movements along with coordination, postural instability and agility with high amounts of intensity and effort in order to improve functional mobility and delay the progression of Parkinson’s

This program will be lead by Physical Therapists from Mercy Tiffin Hospital

DAYS & TIMES:
Mondays & Wednesdays 11:45AM-12:45PM
Program begins Monday, Oct. 16, 2017 and continues through Dec. 27, 2017
COST: $65.00
Please make checks out to:
P.T. SERVICES
All participants need to be current members of the Allen Eiry Center. Stop by AEC Monday—Friday, 8:30—4:00 to register. We are excited to offer this class at AEC!

YOGA @ Allen Eiry Center
Nov 20 @ 6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Yoga
I teach is not a bunch of seemingly impossible poses you see in magazines and TV. I teach a gentle slow Yoga, therapeutic rather than for fitness at Allen Eiry. We are in chairs, standing and going to the floor is optional. Several students remain in chairs with modifications from the floor poses. This Yoga is ideal for inactive seniors or if you suffer from illness, injury, obesity, limited mobility or more. It moves the joints and body increasing body awareness, circulation, digestion, respiration, strength, flexibility, stress management, coordination, balance and more. It does not require any special equipment or clothing. What it does require is your will to have a healthier, stress-free self. Everyone is made comfortable in my class no matter their level of flexibility or inflexibility. And we also have fun. I look forward to seeing and helping you enjoy the benefits of Yoga.

Chuck Burmeister: RYT 500, Reiki, Aromatherapy. I have been teaching Yoga for 5 years, practicing for 9 years. If you have, any questions please feel free to contact me at 419-618-1014 or email chuck@yogachuck.com. I also have a website with a lot of great information; go to www.yogachuck.com to check it out.

Nov
21
Tue
Walking at Heminger Center, Tiffin University @ Tiffin University
Nov 21 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

WALKING AT HEMINGER CENTER,

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY

Tiffin University has offered AEC members the use of their walking track at the Heminger Center Monday—Friday, 8:00AM—Noon.

To be able to use the walking track be sure to take your drivers license  to the Gillmor Center on T.U. Campus.  Once inside the Gillmor Center go to the office of “Student Life”.  They will give you a photo ID to show at the Heminger Center each time you use the track.  If it is bad weather please be sure to bring along an extra pair of clean shoes to wear on the track.

 

 

 

ZUMBA GOLD EXERCISE CLASS
Nov 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Get grooving at your own pace. The easy to-follow program that lets you move to the beat at your own speed. It’s an invigorating, community-oriented dance fitness class that is fun and most of all, exhilarating. Zumba Gold classes provide modified, low-impact moves for active older adults in a friendly setting. A variety of music is used from swing, the 60’s,Latin, salsa and belly dancing. Forget the workout, just lose yourself in the music and have fun!

YOGA @ Allen Eiry Center
Nov 21 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Yoga
I teach is not a bunch of seemingly impossible poses you see in magazines and TV. I teach a gentle slow Yoga, therapeutic rather than for fitness at Allen Eiry. We are in chairs, standing and going to the floor is optional. Several students remain in chairs with modifications from the floor poses. This Yoga is ideal for inactive seniors or if you suffer from illness, injury, obesity, limited mobility or more. It moves the joints and body increasing body awareness, circulation, digestion, respiration, strength, flexibility, stress management, coordination, balance and more. It does not require any special equipment or clothing. What it does require is your will to have a healthier, stress-free self. Everyone is made comfortable in my class no matter their level of flexibility or inflexibility. And we also have fun. I look forward to seeing and helping you enjoy the benefits of Yoga.

Chuck Burmeister: RYT 500, Reiki, Aromatherapy. I have been teaching Yoga for 5 years, practicing for 9 years. If you have, any questions please feel free to contact me at 419-618-1014 or email chuck@yogachuck.com. I also have a website with a lot of great information; go to www.yogachuck.com to check it out.

Nov
22
Wed
Walking at Heminger Center, Tiffin University @ Tiffin University
Nov 22 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

WALKING AT HEMINGER CENTER,

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY

Tiffin University has offered AEC members the use of their walking track at the Heminger Center Monday—Friday, 8:00AM—Noon.

To be able to use the walking track be sure to take your drivers license  to the Gillmor Center on T.U. Campus.  Once inside the Gillmor Center go to the office of “Student Life”.  They will give you a photo ID to show at the Heminger Center each time you use the track.  If it is bad weather please be sure to bring along an extra pair of clean shoes to wear on the track.

 

 

 

Parkinson’s “Delay the Disease” @ Allen Eiry Center
Nov 22 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm

“Delay the Disease” is a community based fitness program designed to empower people with Parkinson’s disease by optimizing their physical function. The fitness class is specially designed to help those with Parkinson’s gain a better quality of life through strength, balance, gait and cognitive training. Delay the Disease fitness class will focus on BIG movements along with coordination, postural instability and agility with high amounts of intensity and effort in order to improve functional mobility and delay the progression of Parkinson’s

This program will be lead by Physical Therapists from Mercy Tiffin Hospital

DAYS & TIMES:
Mondays & Wednesdays 11:45AM-12:45PM
Program begins Monday, Oct. 16, 2017 and continues through Dec. 27, 2017
COST: $65.00
Please make checks out to:
P.T. SERVICES
All participants need to be current members of the Allen Eiry Center. Stop by AEC Monday—Friday, 8:30—4:00 to register. We are excited to offer this class at AEC!

Nov
23
Thu
Walking at Heminger Center, Tiffin University @ Tiffin University
Nov 23 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

WALKING AT HEMINGER CENTER,

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY

Tiffin University has offered AEC members the use of their walking track at the Heminger Center Monday—Friday, 8:00AM—Noon.

To be able to use the walking track be sure to take your drivers license  to the Gillmor Center on T.U. Campus.  Once inside the Gillmor Center go to the office of “Student Life”.  They will give you a photo ID to show at the Heminger Center each time you use the track.  If it is bad weather please be sure to bring along an extra pair of clean shoes to wear on the track.

 

 

 

YOGA @ Allen Eiry Center
Nov 23 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Yoga
I teach is not a bunch of seemingly impossible poses you see in magazines and TV. I teach a gentle slow Yoga, therapeutic rather than for fitness at Allen Eiry. We are in chairs, standing and going to the floor is optional. Several students remain in chairs with modifications from the floor poses. This Yoga is ideal for inactive seniors or if you suffer from illness, injury, obesity, limited mobility or more. It moves the joints and body increasing body awareness, circulation, digestion, respiration, strength, flexibility, stress management, coordination, balance and more. It does not require any special equipment or clothing. What it does require is your will to have a healthier, stress-free self. Everyone is made comfortable in my class no matter their level of flexibility or inflexibility. And we also have fun. I look forward to seeing and helping you enjoy the benefits of Yoga.

Chuck Burmeister: RYT 500, Reiki, Aromatherapy. I have been teaching Yoga for 5 years, practicing for 9 years. If you have, any questions please feel free to contact me at 419-618-1014 or email chuck@yogachuck.com. I also have a website with a lot of great information; go to www.yogachuck.com to check it out.