Exercise for Seniors - SAGESProvided By: Community Health Centre
- Melinda Gilmour, Health Promotion Co-ordinator
- 705-324-7323 ext 301
- @ email@example.com
- Mailing Address: 33 Lindsay St. S., Door B
- Lindsay, ON
- K9V 2L9
Community Care's Sage Advice and Gentle Exercises for Seniors (SAGES) program is a video-based program designed to keep older adults functionally fit. SAGES focuses on improving: cardiovascular endurance, balance, muscle strength and flexibility. This can help older adults complete daily activities such as: climbing stairs, getting out of a chair, bending down, and much more! SAGES is appropriate for older adults exercising at different levels of fitness and capability. Contact our office to purchase a copy of the program for yourself.
2017-18 SAGES Classes Schedule
The 2017-18 SAGES schedule begins in September.
Bobcaygeon (Christ Church Anglican, 43 Sherwood St.) Monday 10 a.m.
Burnt River Community Centre (16 Somerville Rd.) Monday & Friday 9:30 a.m.
Coboconk (Royal Canadian Legion, 2916 County Rd. 48) Tuesday 10 a.m.
Dunsford Community Centre (26 Community Centre Rd.) Tuesday 10 a.m.
Fenelon Falls Senior Citizens Club (58 Murray St.) Wednesday 10 a.m.
Kirkfield Lions Hall (973 Portage Rd.) Thursday 9:30 a.m.
Lindsay (Victoria Park Armoury, 210 Kent St. W.) Wednesday 11 a.m.
Lindsay (Village Housing, 65 Melbourne St. W.) Monday 10 a.m.
Manilla Public Library (8 Simcoe St. S.) Tuesday 9:30 a.m.
Woodville Arena (105 Union St.) Wednesday 10 a.m.
The 2017 season-ending SAGES Summit was held in May at the Cambray Community Centre. Checking out the day's agenda are: Lindsay SAGES participants Queenie Rea and Rose Sovey and Kirkfield's Don Meyer, along with Community Care Health Promotion Co-ordinator Melinda Jayne Gilmour, Hospice Services Manager Ryan Alexander and GAIN Clinical Co-ordinator Marsha Watts.