The TriCounty Active Adult Center has exercise programs for all abilities.  Every class welcomes new participants, and any of our friendly staff will help you find a class for your level of fitness.  In addition, we have a large indoor walking track, cardio exercise equipment, and hand weights if you prefer to work out on your own.

From Sit and Get Fit to Golden Zumba, we have a class to help you stay active, improve your balance and muscle tone, and get healthy.  Come exercise and have fun with people your own age!

Chair Yoga

Did you know that Chair Yoga has many benefits? It helps to minimize stress and boosts mental clarity, helps to manage and cope with pain brought on by aging or illness, such as managing symptoms associated with depression, heart disease, arthritis & diabetes.

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Line Dancing

Line dancing is very popular. It's fun, there is great camaraderie among the Seniors, and you don't need a partner, and it's an easy way to stay healthy, both mentally and physically.  All are welcome! No experience necessary.

 Please note the new day and time for the Line Dancing class. Call us if you would like more information.

  • Instructor: Deb Bednar (begnning June 2, 2016)
    Time: Thursday 11:00
    Cost: $2


Walking Club

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join our new program. Walking for Fun is sponsored by Bayada Nurses and each member is given a pedometer to track your steps. Did you know that “Housewalking” counts?

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Yoga is an ancient system of breathing practices, physical exercises and postures, and meditation intended to integrate the practitioner’s body, mind, and spirit.

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Walking Track

 Walking is the best wonder drug for senior citizens according to the National Institute on Aging. It is suggested that regular aerobic activity such as walking has health benefits across the board for older Americans. The advantages of walking as exercise include alleviation of arthritis symptoms, less anxiety and depression and overall heart health, among other perks. Our walking track will be available to you most of the time we are open. Come and check us out!

  • Leader: Self-led
    Time: Open hours
    Cost: No charge








Martial Arts

Martial Arts will engage you both mentally and physically. Martial arts training for seniors can be anything the student chooses to make it be because it allows people of all levels and physical abilities to participate up to their comfort level without encouraging them to go past it.

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Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a Chinese form of martial arts that involves slow, controlled and low-impact movements that can be easy for seniors--even those with limited movement. This form of exercise can help to relieve stress, help with arthritis pain, strengthen lower body and lower blood pressure to name just a few benefits. Join us on Tuesday's at 12:00 to enjoy this class.

  • Instructor: Darrel Bryant
    Time: Tuesday  12:00
    Cost: $3

Sit and Get Fit

A low impact exercise program using light weights, bands and balls all done from your chair.  The one hour program meets on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:00 and is perfect for those that use walkers, canes or want to stretch and flex at a low intensity.

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Golden Zumba

Active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba® choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. Come ready to sweat, and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong. Class focuses on all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility and balance!

  • Instructor: Joanne Giotti
    Time: Monday 10:00
    Cost: $2
Healthy Steps In Motion

Healthy Steps in Motion, taught by a certified instructor, follows guidelines from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging and focus on flexibility, strength, and balance, as well as fall prevention.

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