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YMCA to Host Healthy Aging Event, Along With Several Others

YMCA will be hosting the Healthy Aging Event on May 31st, 2017 for the May National Arthritis Awareness month. This event is open to community with FREE admission.

They will be offering educational seminars (the information of which is below) free mind body classes, and water exercise.  Picture ID is required for facility usage for all seminars.

The UCLA Health and the Providence St. Jon’s Health Center are collaborating with the YMCA to provide blood pressure check, BMI and important health information.

Wednesday, May 31st — FREE Admission
YMCA Healthy Aging Event
FREE mind body classes, including tai chi, yoga, shallow gentle water exercise, educational seminars, blood pressure check and Diabetes prevention screenings.
Educational Seminars
9:30am – 10:15am      Mindfulness Workshop Presentation
1:30pm – 2:30pm Osteoarthritis: Past, Present and Future
Location: Community Room, 2nd floor
Event Exhibitors
10:00am – 1:00pm
UCLA Health program information
Providence St. John’s Health Center
Blood Pressure and Diabetes Screening Check
Location: Senior Center, 2nd floor
Please call in advance for rules that will affect your usage.
Swim cap is required for pool usage. Exercise classes require appropriate attire (Loose fitting clothing and tennis shoes).
Thursday, June 1st — FREE Admission
Living Well with COPD — UCLA Health Educational Seminar
Corinne Sheth, MD, UCLA pulmonologist, will what causes COPD and what you can do to optimize your health and keep COPD under control.
12:30pm – 2:00pm in the Community Room, 2nd floor
Wednesday, June 7th — FREE Admission
How to be Happy!
The Art and Science of Turning Blahs into Ahhs
Happiness has been described as “deep sense of flourishing that arises from an exceptionally healthy mind. Join SM psychologist Dr. Jackson Varady as he discusses practical techniques to brighten your mood, lower stress, strengthen relationships, cultivate joy, and foster life-long happiness.
6:00pm – 7:00pm in the DeWind Room, 2nd floor
 
Event registration in advance is required.
Guest picture ID is required
Free underground parking is available during each event. For more information and event registration contact Lidia Magarian, Senior Program Director (310) 393-2721 ext. 129 or e-mail: [email protected]rg
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