October 10th-October 25th, Step Up for Seniors!

This is a VIRTUAL event. Whether you choose to walk or run, whether you’re on a trail, in your neighborhood, or on a treadmill—you can participate! The walk/run is open to everyone. Check out our suggested routes or choose your own. Run or walk anytime, anyplace, and at any pace between October 10th through October 25.

Don’t forget to snap a picture!

Registration costs $25 per person, with proceeds benefiting the Shoreline LFP Senior Center.
After you complete your walk, email your time, distance, and/or photos to marynw@aol.com. You can also upload your photos to the
Shoreline LFP Senior Center’s Event Page

You can pick up your swag bag and water bottle on October 18th from 2 – 6pm at the Shoreline LFP Senior Center, at 18560 1st Ave. NE #1
Shoreline, WA 98155

Help us raise money for the Shoreline LFP/Senior Center! Whether you want to run, walk, or simply donate, your support matters. Help us continue to make a difference! 

​ If you have any questions or need help registering, contact Board member Ginny at 206-755-3588 or email Maryn W at marynw@aol.com. A printable registration form is available on our website at shorelinelfpseniorcenter.org

Click here to register for our Virtual Wellness Walk

Class NameInstructorCostDaysTimeDateDescription
Aging Well With Toshiko

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Toshiko Aramaki
$4 members
$6 nonmembers
Monday, Wednesday, FridayMon –Wed 11:15am-12:15pm
Friday 10:30am-11:30am
Sept 2nd-Dec 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 BlockToshiko Aramaki
Free, Limited spaceWednesday and Friday9:00am-10:00amNov 4 to Dec 11Falls 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 BlockToshiko Aramaki
Free, limited spaceMonday and
Wednesday
12:30pm-1:30pmNov. 9 to Dec 9c 9
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-2:30pmNov 3rd to Dec 29thClogging 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-10:30amNov 6-Dec 18thCalm 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 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 Joints
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Heidi Mair
Free, class limited to first 20 registrantsTuesday1:30pm-2:30pmNov 3rd-Nov 17thAre 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-11:00amSept 3rd to Dec 31stFor people wishing to improve physical conditioning and decrease risk of injuries. Focus on strength training.
Meditation with Mary
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(limited in person participation in compliance with current King County phase 2 standards starting in November)
Mary Newbill
$6 members
$8 nonmembers
Thursday2:30pm-3:30pmNovember  5th-December 31stMeditation 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.
Tai Chi with Mary

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(limited in person participation in compliance with current King County phase 2 standards starting in November)
Mary Newbill
$6 members
$8 nonmembers
Thursday1:00pm-2:00pmNovember  5th-December 31stStand-alone class for beginning or continuing
students. Qi Gong warm-ups and Cheng ManChing Young Form. New participants encouraged
to take Beginner class first or in tandem with this
class.

Please note, below is an example of classes offered during Phase 4, however, the facility is currently limited to five participants at a time and we are only operating Zoom exercise classes. Click here to see Zoom classes currently offered

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October 12, 2020

Alternative Medicine Clinic from Bastyr College of Natural Medicine
Blood Pressure / Blood Sugar
Foot Care
Mahjong
Energy Light Therapy
Beginning Clogging
Level 2 Enhanced Fitness
Spanish Conversation for Advanced Beginners
Intermediate 1 American Clogging
Chair Yoga (Monday)
Intermediate 2 Clogging
Fall Prevention Exercises
Cece's Light and Lively
Basic Knitting Club
Enhanced Fitness Level 2
Adaptive Yoga
Cancer Survivor Exercise Class