In November, we will resume in-person programming with the launch of our new Everyday Fitness group exercise program, afternoon sessions. These 60-minute program sessions are offered three times per week and promote enhanced physical well-being and introduce core concepts to help participants incorporate more physical activity into their daily lives.
Soon, we will also begin offering evidence-informed programs for targeted populations with specific physical activity goals. The condition-specific programs will bring together students in our professional rehabilitation master’s programs with community members looking to enhance their health and well-being through physical activity. Programs may be offered in areas such as knee osteoarthritis, post-surgical knee and hip rehabilitation, exercise for osteoporosis and strengthening for seniors.
Participation in all CCAA programs includes a functional fitness assessment for new participants and ongoing monitoring and evaluation that will support research projects linked to physical activity.
Everyday Fitness Programs
These exercise program sessions are lead by certified senior fitness instructors and geared toward community-dwelling older adults who want to improve or maintain strength, balance, flexibility and cardiorespiratory fitness.
Six- to eight-week condition-specific classes bring together students in professional rehabilitation master’s programs with community members looking to enhance their health and well-being through physical activity
Getting Started - Information for Participants
Our bodies change over time. The ways we kept fit earlier in life become less relevant as we age. This is a good thing, but it doesn’t mean we’ll always know where to start. That’s why we emphasize a focus on fitness discovery for our members. Learn more.