Apr
15
Tue
2014
Walk with Ease @ Cobb Community Center
Apr 15 @ 3:00 pm – May 22 @ 4:00 pm
Walk with Ease @ Cobb Community Center | Cobb | Wisconsin | United States

Walk with Ease is a six-week class that meets two times a week. This program is designed to help you:

-Motivate yourself to get in great shape.
-Walk safely and comfortably.
-Improve your flexibility, strength and stamina.
-Reduce pain and feel great.

Facilitators are Stacey Terrill, Val Hiltbrand, and Darla Burton

Apr
17
Thu
2014
Walk with Ease @ Cobb Community Center
Apr 17 @ 3:00 pm – May 24 @ 4:00 pm
Walk with Ease @ Cobb Community Center | Cobb | Wisconsin | United States

Walk with Ease is a six-week class that meets two times a week. This program is designed to help you:

-Motivate yourself to get in great shape.
-Walk safely and comfortably.
-Improve your flexibility, strength and stamina.
-Reduce pain and feel great.

Facilitators are Stacey Terrill, Val Hiltbrand, and Darla Burton

Apr
22
Tue
2014
Stepping On @ Platteville Senior Center
Apr 22 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Building confidence, reducing falls. Improve strength. Improve balance. Reduce your fear of falling.

In this workshop you will:

-Get professional advice from a Physical Therapist, Pharmacist, Vision Expert, and Community Specialist.
-Learn techniques to improve balance
-Learn techniques to improve strength
-Learn ways to keep from falling when out in your community
-What to look for in footwear
-How to eliminate falls hazards from your home

To register please contact Carol Hughey at 608-723-6113

The ADRC is partnering with Grant County Regional Health Center for this workshop.

Walk with Ease @ Cobb Community Center
Apr 22 @ 3:00 pm – May 29 @ 4:00 pm
Walk with Ease @ Cobb Community Center | Cobb | Wisconsin | United States

Walk with Ease is a six-week class that meets two times a week. This program is designed to help you:

-Motivate yourself to get in great shape.
-Walk safely and comfortably.
-Improve your flexibility, strength and stamina.
-Reduce pain and feel great.

Facilitators are Stacey Terrill, Val Hiltbrand, and Darla Burton

Apr
23
Wed
2014
Stepping On @ Health & Human Services Building, Community Room
Apr 23 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Stepping On @ Health & Human Services Building, Community Room | Dodgeville | Wisconsin | United States

Stepping on is a 7 week participatory workshop for anyone 60+ to work on fall prevention. Facilitators are Janet Butteris and Darla Burton.

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