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Classes Calendar

Designed for older adults and caregivers, classes are open to the public at no cost. Select a region to see classes in your area.

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Monday, Nov. 20

TAI CHI MOVING FOR BETTER BALANCE

The movements of Tai Chi help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance and flexibility. Participants learn ways to improve their overall mind, body and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible or active you are, Tai Chi is designed for people of all levels of health. This series meets twice a week, for six weeks. To register please call 271-6424 or email centralohai@ouhsc.edu

Monday, Nov. 20

Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance

 The movements of Tai Chi help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increase balance and flexibility. Participants learn ways to improve their overall mind, body and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are; Tai Chi is designed for people of all levels of health. This class meets twice a week for six weeks. This class will be instructed by Rhonda David and will meet Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:00-11:00AM October 16 - November 20, 2017. To register please call (580) 699-3976 or (844) 692-6188.

Monday, Nov. 20

CARING FOR YOU, CARING FOR ME

This class provides education and support for family and professional caregivers. Participants will learn how to better deal with the stresses and strains of being a caregiver, including how to take better care of yourself, mentally and physically. Instructors also will share a range of resources. This series meets once a week, for six weeks.  To register please call (580)745-9477 or email seohai@ouhsc.edu.

Monday, Nov. 20

RESISTANCE BAND TRAINING

Resistance-band training is a safe, progressive way to build and maintain the strength needed to perform daily living activities. During this presentation, participants will receive their own resistance band and learn the knowledge, skills and techniques needed to incorporate it into their individual exercise plans. To register please call 271-6424 or email centralohai@ouhsc.edu

Monday, Nov. 20

Tai Chi for Better Balance

The movements of Tai Chi help seniors reduce the risk of falling, and increases balance and flexibility. Participants learn ways to improve their overall mind, body and spirit through a series of slow, continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible or active you are, Tai Chi is designed for people of all levels of health. This series meets twice a week, for six weeks.   For more information, call (580) 297-5137 or e-mail Johnnie.Burgess@ouhsc.edu.

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