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September 26, 2016

12:00 PM
Active Aging Week: Nutrition and Exercise for Brain Health

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Center for Health Promotion

Learn innovative dietary and physical approaches to improving your brain function as you advance in age.

1:00 PM
Cooking Academy: Meals in Minutes

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Center for Health Promotion

A class for the overwhelmed meal planner in the house that introduces easy to prepare foods, a meal plan and recipes.

1:00 PM
Active Aging Week: Meals in Minutes

Closed

Center for Health Promotion

A class for the overwhelmed meal planner in the house that introduces easy to prepare foods, a meal plan and recipes.

5:00 PM
Yoga for Low Back Pain Workshop

Closed

Center for Health Promotion

An introduction to the benefits of trying yoga as your 'go to' tool when pain arises.

September 27, 2016

11:00 AM
Active Aging Week: Beating Fatigue

Open

Center for Health Promotion

This class examines how quality sleep, food and beverage choices and movement can impact your energy levels.

1:00 PM
Active Aging Week: T'ai Chi

Open

Center for Health Promotion

Take this class to reduce stress; strengthen legs, back and abs; improve immunity; prevent or relieve arthritis and approach each day with an upbeat outlook.

5:00 PM
Cooking Academy: Try It You Might Like It

Open

Center for Health Promotion

A cooking demo where you can try whole grains and learn how to incorporate them into your diet.

September 28, 2016

10:00 AM
Active Aging Week: Get Up & Go

Open

Center for Health Promotion

Learn a 5-minute PowerChi routine along with movement strategies you can use to reduce aches, pains and joint limitations so that you can 'get up and go'!

11:00 AM
Active Aging Week: Cooking for One

Open

Center for Health Promotion

Learn how to whip up a wholesome meal for one that will save you time, money, calories and sodium.

September 29, 2016

11:30 AM
Active Aging Week: Dietary Supplements for Older Americans

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Center for Health Promotion

A nutritionist, trained specifically in dietary factors for older individuals shares what the science shows about supplements for people over 60.

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