If you have trouble registering or run into issues while registering, please call the Center at (206) 365-1536 or
email anwishtaa@soundgenerations.org (when the Center is closed).

Zoom and In-person Classes offered through Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center


Starting from Dec 1, producing your vaccination record for any activity in the building is necessary.
Thank you for your co-operation!


Line Dancing

Instructor: Denise Hunsaker
Different levels of line dancing available.

For all Line Dancing registration, please walk-in or call the center at (206)365-1536, on the following days:

  • Tuesdays — 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
  • Thursdays — 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
  • Fridays — 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

(Due to popular demand and participants’ requests, the fee structure has been changed from monthly to quarterly)

Spring Quarter runs from April 5th to June 16th.

LINE DANCING CLASS # 1

New Beginner Line Dance: Level 1(Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: No previous dance experience required.

This class is particularly designed to meet the needs of both brand-new dancers and those who are looking for a review of basic line dance steps and combinations. We will cover both the language and movements that are unique to line dancing, equipping students to be able to know the names of basic steps/patterns and how to do them.

The teaching pace will be slow and repetitive to allow new dancers the opportunity to gain confidence as well as ability on the dance floor. We will use a variety of music, in a relaxed, social atmosphere.  Come learn to dance while giving your brain and body a great workout!

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays, April 5th – June 14th from 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Members Pay $ 80 Non-members Pay $100 for the spring quarter

COVID Protocol: Proof of Vaccination & Masks Required

Class starts from Tuesday, April 5 | Please register by April 1

NO CLASS ON APRIL 26!

LINE DANCING CLASS # 2

New Beginner Line Dance: Level 1(Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: No previous dance experience required.

This class is particularly designed to meet the needs of both brand-new dancers and those who are looking for a review of basic line dance steps and combinations. We will cover both the language and movements that are unique to line dancing, equipping students to be able to know the names of basic steps/patterns and how to do them.

The teaching pace will be slow and repetitive to allow new dancers the opportunity to gain confidence as well as ability on the dance floor. We will use a variety of music, in a relaxed, social atmosphere.  Come learn to dance while giving your brain and body a great workout!

Classes will be held on: Thursdays, April 7th – June 16th from 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm
Members Pay $ 80 Non-members Pay $100 for the spring quarter

COVID Protocol: Proof of Vaccination & Masks Required

Class starts from Thursday, April 7 | Please register by April 1

NO CLASS ON APRIL 28!

LINE DANCING CLASS # 3

Beginner Line Dance: Level 2 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: You must know and be able to execute the basic steps of the new beginner level to move on to the Beginner Level.

For those who have been introduced to and have some experience with line dancing, and are ready to add on to their basic step and step combination skill set. Each quarter we will add new steps and dances so that you can continue to learn and develop as a line dancer. The teaching pace is a bit faster and the choreography a bit more challenging than the New Beginner Level, but is also repetitive to reinforce muscle memory.  We will cover a variety of dance styles & rhythms to music from different genres. This is a great way to exercise both your body your brain while having fun and being social.

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays, April 5th – June 14th from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm
Members Pay $ 80 Non-members Pay $100 for the spring quarter

COVID Protocol: Proof of Vaccination & Masks Required

Class starts from Tuesday, April 5 | Please register by April 1

NO CLASS ON APRIL 26!

LINE DANCING CLASS # 4

Beginner Line Dance: Level 2 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: You must know and be able to execute the basic steps of the new beginner level to move on to the Beginner Level.

For those who have been introduced to and have some experience with line dancing, and are ready to add on to their basic step and step combination skill set. Each quarter we will add new steps and dances so that you can continue to learn and develop as a line dancer. The teaching pace is a bit faster and the choreography a bit more challenging than the New Beginner Level, but is also repetitive to reinforce muscle memory.  We will cover a variety of dance styles & rhythms to music from different genres. This is a great way to exercise both your body your brain while having fun and being social.

Classes will be held on: Thursdays, April 7th – June 16th from 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm
Members Pay $ 80 Non-members Pay $100 for the spring quarter

COVID Protocol: Proof of Vaccination & Masks Required

Class starts from Thursday, April 7 | Please register by April 1

NO CLASS ON APRIL 28!

LINE DANCING CLASS # 5

Advanced Beginner Line Dance: Level 3 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: You must know and be able to execute the steps and combinations of both the New Beginner and Beginner Classes to move up to this level.

It is highly recommended that you have danced at the beginner level for a minimum of 6 mos. to 1 year before moving to Level 3.
For those who have a solid mastery of line dance and are ready to try new steps & combinations.  Both the teaching pace and challenge of choreography increases, but so does the fun!  At this level we add new rhythms as well and also use repetition to reinforce learning. 

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays, April 5th – June 14th from 2:45 pm to 4:00 pm
Members Pay $ 80 Non-members Pay $100 for the spring quarter

COVID Protocol: Proof of Vaccination & Masks Required

Class starts from Tuesday, April 5 | Please register by April 1

NO CLASS ON APRIL 26!

LINE DANCING CLASS # 6

Advanced Beginner Line Dance: Level 3 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: You must know and be able to execute the steps and combinations of both the New Beginner and Beginner Classes to move up to this level.

It is highly recommended that you have danced at the beginner level for a minimum of 6 mos. to 1 year before moving to Level 3.
For those who have a solid mastery of line dance and are ready to try new steps & combinations.  Both the teaching pace and challenge of choreography increases, but so does the fun!  At this level we add new rhythms as well and also use repetition to reinforce learning. 

Classes will be held on: Thursdays, April 7 – June 16 from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm
Members Pay $ 80 Non-members Pay $100 for the spring quarter

COVID Protocol: Proof of Vaccination & Masks Required

Class starts from Thursday, April 7 | Please register by April 1

NO CLASS ON APRIL 28!

LINE DANCING CLASS # 7

Intermediate Line Dance: Level 4 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: This class is designed for those who have danced at the Advanced Beginner level for at least a year and who know the names of and how to do the steps/patterns of the previous levelsYou must know and be able to execute the steps and combinations of both the New Beginner and Beginner Classes to move up to this level.

At the Intermediate level, the choreography takes a definite leap up in difficulty, length, rhythm and step combinations.  The fun of this class is the challenge of the choreography and rhythms we get to try.  We will learn new and often innovative step combinations as designated by the choreography chosen, which will usually cover a range of music and dance style and genre. The teaching pace is set by the level of the choreography we attempt.  Intermediate students should be more independent dancers and have a mastery of a broad range of steps and step combinations.

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays, April 5 – June 16 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Members Pay $ 80 Non-members Pay $100 for the spring quarter

COVID Protocol: Proof of Vaccination & Masks Required

Class starts from Tuesday, April 5 | Please register by April 1

NO CLASS ON APRIL 26!


AGING WELL (ZOOM; Virtual)

Instructor: Toshiko Aramaki                                                                                                                                                                This course works to re-establish strength with active movement. The focus is on strengthening upper and lower body muscles, bone health, balance, agility and reaction time. All these are very important for fall prevention. You will also learn many strategies to prevent falls in this class.  We use a sturdy chair, cushion or pillow and Thera Band (optional/not provided).

Classes will be held on:  Monday & Wednesday  from  11:30 am to 12:30 pm & Friday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
       Members Pay $ 66 Non-members Pay $ 110 for the month

NO CLASS ON Friday, MAY 6 & ON Monday, MAY 30

Class starts from Monday, May 2 | Please register by Monday, April 25    


ENHANCE®FITNESS (Multipurpose Room; In-person)

Instructor: CeCe Ryan
Enhance®Fitness is a fun, evidence-based group exercise and fall prevention program. Join us as we become more active, energized, and empowered to sustain independent lives.
 
No charge for eligible Kaiser  Permanente members. Regular attendance is expected for best results.

Classes will be held on:  Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
       Members Pay $ 66 & Non-members Pay $ 110 for the month

Kaiser Permanente members: FREE

NO CLASS ON Friday, MAY 6 & ON Monday, MAY 30

Class starts from Monday, May 2 | Please register by Monday, April 25    

GET FIT~STAY FIT (Multipurpose Room; In-person)

Instructor: CeCe Ryan

This new class is for people wishing to improve their physical conditioning, decrease risk of injuries, may help with managing degenerative conditions and healing.


Classes will be held on:  Tuesday & Thursday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
       Members Pay $54 Non-members Pay $90 for the month

Class starts from Tuesday, May 3 | Please register by Tuesday, April 26       


CLOGGING (Multipurpose Room; In-person)

Instructor: Maureen Pettit                                                                                                                                                         

Originating in Europe, clogging in the USA started in the Appalachians.  It is a rhythmic, grounded style of dance, great exercise for all ages, & danced to a wide variety of music. 

Clogging is a fun, easygoing class with instructor “cueing” steps and dances. Clogging is very much a “multigenerational” activity. We encourage family participation of all ages.

Intermediate Clogging 1 & 2:

Students learn harder steps and dance to higher level choreographed dances. This class focuses on more challenging steps and choreographed dance routines.                                                                                                                                       
(Due to popular demand and participants’ requests, the fee structure has been changed from monthly to quarterly)
Classes will be held on: Tuesday, April 5 – June 28 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Members Pay $ 91 Non-members Pay $ 117 for the quarter

Second Quarter starts from Tuesday, April 5 | Please register by Tuesday, March 29 


NEW INTRODUCTION TO YOGA (Exercise Room; In-person)

Instructor: Heidi L. Mair, AWC, E-RYT

Do you want to calm your mind, build stamina and improve balance – at your own pace? Then look no further!  Begin your Yoga journey here. This one-hour class will prepare you for either Gentle Mat or Gentle Chair Yoga. You will learn the fundamental principles of Yoga and tools to increase flexibility and strength, release tension, and develop concentration and body awareness. There will be time for questions. 

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring water.


Classes will be held on: 1st Tuesday of the month, from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
FREE for MembersNon-members
Class starts from Tuesday, May 3 | Please register by Tuesday, April 26 or Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536 to check if space available.      


GENTLE CHAIR YOGA (Exercise Room; In-person)

Instructor: Heidi L. Mair, AWC, E-RYT

Calm your mind, stretch and strengthen your body and improve your balance with a Yoga class designed for students 50 and older. Each class includes breath awareness, mindful meditation and a sequence of poses to work each part of your body. Class begins and ends in a chair with a portion of class spent standing  focused on balance and building strength.

Class Size Limit: 15

Classes will be held on: Wednesday from  11:00 am to 12:00 pm  
Members Pay $ 32Non-members Pay $ 40 for the month

Class starts from Wednesday, May 4 | Please register by Wednesday, April 27    

GENTLE MAT YOGA ( Exercise Room; In-person)

Instructor: Heidi L. Mair, AWC, E-RYT

Calm your mind, stretch and strengthen your body and improve your balance with a Yoga class designed for students 50 and older. Each class includes breath awareness, mindful meditation and a sequence of poses to work each part of your body. Students must be able to be able to get up and down from the mat.

Class Size Limit: 15

Classes will be held on: Wednesday from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Members Pay $ 32Non-members Pay $ 40 for the month

Class starts from Wednesday, May 4 | Please register by Wednesday, April 27    


New Yoga Class – VETERANS YOGA PROJECT (Wellness Studio; In-person)

Instructor: Caleb Lay

For Veterans of all ages and First Responders. Join our certified yoga instructor, Caleb Lay for chair and standing poses (no floor sitting) to improve breathing, flexibility, balance and mood. Postures can be adapted to your abilities or limitations. Wear comfortable clothing.  All Ages welcome.

Class Size Limit: 8

Classes will be held on: Thursday from 9:30 am to 10:30 am
FREE for MembersNon-members

Class starts from Wednesday, May 4 | Please register by Wednesday, April 27    


BEGINNERS YANG STYLE TAI CHI AND CHAIR TAI CHI (Exercise Room; In-person)

Instructor: Mary Newbill                   

Tai Chi is a low-impact balance exercise that can reduce falls and prevent bone fractures in seniors.  Come learn the beginning basics with Mary.

Classes will be held on: Thursday from  1:00 pm to 2:00 pm  
Members Pay $ 32Non-members Pay $ 40 for the month

Class starts from Thursday, May 5 | Please register by Thursday, April 28  

YANG STYLE TAI CHI (Exercise Room; In-person)

Instructor: Mary Newbill                   

Qi Gong warm-ups with meditative movement and Cheng Man-Ching Yang’s style for continuing students. In China Tai Chi is practiced for health, sport and recreation.   

Classes will be held on: Thursday from  2:00 pm to 3:00 pm  
Members Pay $ 32Non-members Pay $ 40 for the month

Class starts from Thursday, May 5 | Please register by Thursday, April 28  


CLIMATE SUPPORT YOGA (Wellness Studio; In-person)

Instructor: Caleb & Crystal

Offering a new type of yoga that highlights a philosophy to share with community, instructors, Caleb Lay & Crystal Connelly will lead this class in shared intention, meditation, mindfulness practice and gentle movement exploring climate change topics through the lens of yoga.  All Ages welcome.

Class Size Limit: 8

Classes will be held on: June 12 (2nd Sunday of each month)
FREE for Members & Non-members


Policies: Please register a week before the first day of class. You can register online through our website or call the Center at (206) 365-1536 if you need help with registration.

All classes, activities and events arranged at this Senior Center are for the convenience and pleasure of the participants who desire to attend. The Senior Center does not assume any responsibility for the well being or safety of the participants or their property in any matters pertaining to said activities and events. Members and their guests participate at their own risk and should not expect or hold the Senior Center responsible in any way. The Senior Center offers a variety of classes, but does not endorse any speakers. The presenters have been asked not to solicit or call any clients and to give information ONLY.

We suggest you listen to a variety of presenters before you make any kind of decision. Presentations are meant as an educational opportunity and no marketing is allowed.