All-Year Wellness: Stay Active, Thrive! will be offered as a free, Lunch and Learn seminar for area seniors by Cuyuna Area Connections on Tuesday, Jan. 16, at noon at Heartwood Senior Living Community in Crosby.
As we age, staying active becomes increasingly important for maintaining health and preventing falls. Falls are preventable and should not be viewed as a normal part of aging. Explore evidence-based classes on fall prevention and fitness, whether from the comfort of your home or within your community.
Recognize that staying active isn't just a summertime pursuit; find ways to stay mobile during the winter months, whether through indoor exercises or outdoor activities suitable for the season. By prioritizing your well-being and incorporating these practices into your routine, you can significantly reduce fall risks and enjoy a healthier, more active lifestyle throughout the year.
CRMC’s David Campbell, P.T., D.P.T
Hannah Jude, LSW - Crow Wing County / Matter of Balance Coach
Ashley Gage - Crow Wing County / Matter of Balance Coach
Sponsored by Cuyuna Area Connections in partnership with CRMC, lunch will be provided. Space is limited. The seminar is limited to 40 participants; registration is required by Friday, Jan. 12, by calling 218-546-2357.