Senior Activities & Fitness (55+)

We are proud to offer recreational programs for Seniors. Participants will stay active, build friendships, and make memories. All Senior Social events are hosted in the historic Arletta Schoolhouse at Hales Pass Park, 3507 Ray Nash Drive, unless otherwise noted.

View our March 2024 Senior Activities Calendar

Yoga

Yoga involves exploration of breathing methods, guided imagery, sound connections, movement and other tools to relax the body and mind, and to help reduce stress, depression and anxiety.  Learn more

Tai Chi

Beginning Tai Chi promotes health and relaxation through a series of flowing, gentle movements. Often referred to as a “moving meditation,” Tai Chi develops balance, flexibility, strength, and focus. Classes will offer easy-to-follow warm-up exercises (including Qi Gong) and the teaching of principles and sequences for this “soft martial art.” Learn more

Tai Chi for Seniors

SAIL — Stay Active and Independent for Life

This is an evidence-based strength, balance, and fitness class for older adults who wish to stay active and independent, and to reduce their risk of falling. Specific muscle groups are targeted to enhance strength and balance. The focus of this class is to have fun while exercising with music, chairs, and light weights. Learn more

Learn a fun variety of dance steps. This really is a lively, enjoyable way to exercise with music! Learn more

Write Your Memoirs

Senior Trip

We’re heading to the Museum of Glass in Tacoma for their Seniors Tea and Tour. After a docent-led tour through the galleries and Hot Shop, we’ll enjoy tea and cookies in their Education Studio, and make some fused glass art ourselves. You won’t want to miss this! Learn more

Watercolor

Learn the fundamentals and develop your skills in watercolor painting, including how to choose the right materials, mix colors, and use different brush techniques. Learn more

Bowling Meet-Up

This fun-filled meet-up is designed for seniors who want to socialize, stay active, and enjoy some friendly competition. Everyone is welcome to participate; no experience is required. Get ready to strike up new friendships while knocking down some pins! Equipment provided by Ocean5. Learn more

Ukulele Lessons – Part 2

This beginner level ukulele class picks up where our initial 5-week class ended. Part 2 is for students familiar with a few basic chords (such as C, C7, A minor, F). This class will continue adding to students’ chord “data bases.” You’ll learn to play fun familiar songs and explore more interesting and challenging strumming patterns. Just bring your soprano, concert, or tenor ukulele (no baritone ukes, as they’re tuned differently). Learn more

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