Announcing our Virtual Wellness Walk! 
October 10th through to October 18

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The Shoreline LFP Senior Center is Providing Essential Services via One on One Programs and Zoom Classes and Activities

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Zoom Classes offered through Shoreline LFP Senior Center

Class NameInstructorCostDaysTimeDateDescription
Aging Well With Toshiko

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Toshiko Aramaki

$4 members
$6 nonmembers
Monday, Wednesday, FridayMonday -Wednesdy 11:15am-12:15pm

Friday 10:30am-11:30am
September 2nd-November 30thThe main purpose of this class is to learn about fall prevention but it is a little more active than our Keep Your Balance course. In our first class, we move almost like we do in “Fall Prevention Exercise” class but were sitting on the chair whole times. We also discuss how to prevent falls. After a long period of “Stay Home”, muscles may have gotten weak, so this course works to re-establish strength

Keep Your Balance Keep Moving A Block


Toshiko Aramaki

FreeWednesday and Friday9:00am-10:00amSeptember 30th-October 23rd

Falls are the leading cause of injury-related death among older adults. The good news is that falling is not an inevitable part of the aging process. Middle-aged and older adults can reduce their risk of falling by knowing their fall risk factors. In this class you will learn the risk factors of falling so that you will be able to decrease fear of falling and the risk of falling. We focus especially on the topic of the importance of regular exercise, what kind of exercise can improve a person’s balance, and how to start being active if you never have in the past. Anybody will benefit from this class, including family members of seniors.

Please note class is progressive and cannot be dropped in mid-course. Limit 8.

Keep Your Balance Keep Moving B Block

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Toshiko Aramaki

Free

Monday and
Wednesday

12:30pm-1:30pm

October 5th to October 28th

Falls are the leading cause of injury-related death among older adults. The good news is that falling is not an inevitable part of the aging process. Middle-aged and older adults can reduce their risk of falling by knowing their fall risk factors. In this class you will learn the risk factors of falling so that you will be able to decrease fear of falling and the risk of falling. We focus especially on the topic of the importance of regular exercise, what kind of exercise can improve a person’s balance, and how to start being active if you never have in the past. Anybody will benefit from this class, including family members of seniors

Please note class is progressive and cannot be dropped in mid-course. Limit 8.

All Levels Clogging

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Maureen Pettit
$5 members
$7 nonmembers
Tuesday1:00pm-2:30pmSeptember 1st to November 24th

Clogging is a rhythmic, grounded style of dance, brought to the USA by immigrants from Europe. It is fun and great exercise for all     ages, and danced to all genres of music. Learn the basic steps utilized in all levels of clogging. No dance experience necessary. Clogging is always “cued” by the instructor, like square dancing.

Gentle Mat Yoga

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Heidi Mair
$6 members
$9 nonmembers 
Friday9:30am-10:30amSeptember 4th-November 27th

Calm your mind, stretch and strengthen your body and improve your balance with a Yoga class designed for students 50 and older.      Drop-in Gentle Yoga and Chair Yoga classes begin and end with breath awareness and    mindful meditation, and include a series of poses to work each part of your body. 

 

Yoga for Healthy Bones

Session is full, 

Heidi Mair

Free, class limited to first 20 registrantsTuesday 1:30pm-2:30pmOctober 6th-27th

Do you have osteoporosis or osteopenia?

In this 4-part series, you will learn about physiology of these common conditions and how Yoga can help. Each class will begin with 15 minutes of discussion followed by 45 minutes of Yoga practice designed to build bone health (density and structure), improve balance and reduce the risk of fracture.  Class will include poses on the mat or chair and standing. Minimum enrollment: 5; maximum enrollment: 20

Yoga for Healthy Joints
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Heidi Mair

Free, class limited to first 20 registrantsTuesdayNovember 3rd-November 17th1:30pm-2:30pm

Are you one of the 34 million Americans suffering from the chronic pain of arthritis? Specific Yoga poses are scientifically linked to increased flexibility and healthy cartilage in the joints.  In this 3-part series, you will learn the physiology of arthritis and how Yoga can help. Classes will include poses on the mat or chair and standing. Minimum enrollment: 5; maximum enrollment: 20.

CeCe’s Classic Chair Workout

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CeCe Ryan
$4 members
$6 nonmembers
Monday and Thursday10:00am-11:00amSeptember 3rd to November 30th

For people wishing to improve physical conditioning and decrease risk of injuries. Focus on strength training.

Meditation with Mary
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Mary Newbill

 

$6 members
$8 nonmembers
Thursday1:00pm-2:00pmSeptember 10th-October 29th

Meditation is a practice of concentrated focus upon a sound, object, visualization, the breath, movement, or attention itself in order to increase awareness of the present moment, reduce stress, promote relaxation and enhance personal and spiritual growth. This class is open to new students as well as experience practitioners. Relax, rejuvenate and gift yourself an hour a week to step away from the emotions of all that is going on around us at this time.

If you need assistance in installing or using Zoom, we have volunteers available for a phone consult.


A. Classes are sold in one month blocks.
B. Classes can be paid by check mailed to 18560 1st Ave NE Building G, Shoreline WA 98155 or credit and debit card called into the center or paying through our online portal above.

SEPTEMBER ZOOM TELE CAFÉ

Wednesdays 2:00-2:45pm

Mtg ID  859 8484 8513   password  senior2020

 

9/30    Ingredients for Longevity with Christy Goff, MS, RDN, CD

Dietitian for Living Well Alliance Team | Pacific Medical Centers

Healing Moves Series: Fall 2020




Tuesdays 1:30 – 2:30 pm

These classes are not drop-in. Sign up for one or more sessions in advance.

 

Yoga for Healthy Bones

Oct 6 – 27

Do you have osteoporosis or osteopenia?

In this 4-part series, you will learn about physiology of these common conditions and how Yoga can help. Each class will begin with 15 minutes of discussion followed by 45 minutes of Yoga practice designed to build bone health (density and structure), improve balance and reduce the risk of fracture.  Class will include poses on the mat or chair and standing. Minimum enrollment: 5; maximum enrollment: 20

 

Yoga for Healthy Joints

Nov 3 – 17

Are you one of the 34 million Americans suffering from the chronic pain of arthritis? Specific Yoga poses are scientifically linked to increased flexibility and healthy cartilage in the joints.  In this 3-part series, you will learn the physiology of arthritis and how Yoga can help. Classes will include poses on the mat or chair and standing. Minimum enrollment: 5; maximum enrollment: 20.

 

Yoga for Chronic Pain

Dec 1 – 15

Yoga is recommended to alleviate anxiety and stress that can exacerbate chronic pain. Yoga’s unique integration of mindful meditation, breathwork, movement and relaxation calms the mind, balances emotions and releases tension in the body. In this 3-part series, you will practice gentle Yoga poses, linking breath and movement followed by meditation and relaxation. Minimum enrollment: 5; maximum enrollment: 20.

Instructor: Heidi Mair, Wellness Counselor, AWC (500 hours), and Yoga Teacher E-RYT (200 hours) with over 1500 hours of teaching experience & certified to teach Yoga to Seniors. Find out more about Yoga and healthy aging at Heidi’s website https://heidilynneyogaandwellness.wordpress.com/.

Click here to see our Winter Activity Guide printed pre-COVID19 pandemic. For informational purposes only.

To-Go Hot Meal Community Dining

We have our To-Go Hot Meal Community Dining available with the following menu this week. Call 206-365-1536 before 9:00am each day for delivery. Suggested donation is $4.00 for participants over 60.

Cheaper than an app based delivery service at a $4.00 suggested donation, these hot meals provide a unique option for our aging community members to experience delightful meals like they do in our center. Community members have stepped up to deliver these meals, supporting our most vulnerable population by offering no contact delivery five days a week. As opposed to using a digital application, the ordering process is as simple as placing a phone call to our facility where onsite staff are prepared to take orders for the week.

Menu for September 28th through October 2nd

Monday September 28th
Pork fried rice
Asian vegetables
Mandarin oranges
Roll

Tuesday September 29th
Ravioli lasagna with beef and zucchini
Green beans with sweet red peppers
Garlic bread
Fresh melon

Wednesday September 30th
Spanish style chicken
Spanish potatoes
Cornbread with honey
Steamed broccoli
Pineapple

Thursday October 1st
Roasted pork loin
Mashed potato with rosemary
Biscuit with butter and jam
Glazed carrots
Fruit

Friday October 2nd
Crispy topped fish filet
Brown basmati rice
Garden coleslaw
Roll with butter
Mixed fruit


Fundraising

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our Center is closed in compliance with government guidelines. Despite being closed, we are running essential services listed below that require funding. At this time we are soliciting financial donations via our Covid-19 Donation Relief Fund Drive.

There are 7 easy ways to donate,

Make an online donation via MobileCause
Call in to donate via credit or debit card, reference our Covid-19 Donation Relief Fund Drive
Call in to set up direct deposit from your bank account and ask for Director Theresa LaCroix
Mail in checks to our mailbox at 18560 1st Ave N, Shoreline WA 98155
Consider legacy giving here.
Shop and Donate via Fred Meyer and Amazon, click here.
Check with your employer about donation matching.


Essential Services

  • Meals on Wheels
    • Call 206-365-1536 to place orders on Tuesdays 9:00am-12:00pm
    • Meals delivered Thursdays per usual
    • These are frozen meals delivered once weekly.
    • We are taking applications. Click here to apply.
  • Mental Health Consultant
    • Call for appointments at 206-365-1536
  • Neighbor Wellness Check Program
    • Members will receive phone calls from volunteers to inquire about needs during quarantine, including grocery runs, prescription pick ups, and further support as situations change.
  • “To-Go” Hot Meal via Community Dining– Available for pick up or delivered Monday through Friday
    • Call 206-365-1536 from 9:00am-9:30am to request meal delivery or pick up.
    • Meal pick up is at the Senior Center front door from 11:00am-12:00pm.
    • Meal delivery is between 11:00am and 12:00pm.
    • Normal suggested donation of $4.00 still applies.
    • We have our To-Go Hot Meal Community Dining available with the following menu this week. Call 206-365-1536 before 9:00am each day for delivery. Suggested donation is $4.00 for participants over 60.
  • Weekly Wellness Tips Emailed
    • Wellness Tips from our instructors
    • Crossword puzzles
    • Jokes
    • Exercise videos

      Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center offers a variety of activities that engage adults age 50+ to participate in recreational, social, health, educational, and nutritional services. Our staff, volunteers, instructors and facilitators strive to foster a fun, relaxed atmosphere where lasting friendships form and memories are created.Come on in and ask the front desk for a tour and enjoy a fresh cup of coffee. We have plenty of parking and our facility is 100% ADA accessible. We offer 65+ programs per week and continue to add new ones each quarter. Welcome to the Center!