FMH to Host Strength for Life Program
A strength, balance, coordination, and flexibility exercise program for older adults
September 1, 2011
Strength for Life, a strength, balance, coordination, and flexibility exercise program for older adults, will take place at Franklin Memorial Hospital beginning September 21. The program consists of 16 one-hour sessions on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1–2 p.m. through November 11.
The class will be taught by certified instructor: Kelli Gilzow of SPRQ Studio, a fitness facility based in Lewiston.
Regardless of one’s age, medical condition, or current level of activity, anyone is a perfect candidate for this gentle but powerful program of strengthening exercises. The Strength for Life Program will help make daily activity a regular part of one’s lifestyle and will build strength to make all movement easier and more enjoyable.
All necessary equipment will be provided. The cost: is $30, which is a reduced fee due to partial grant funding from the Maine DHHS Injury Prevention Program.
Space is limited; To register call 1-800-427-1421.
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