This SHA program helps older adults become more physically active. It includes endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility activities which may be performed either in sitting or standing positions.
Part of RPL’s Older Adult programming series.
This is an in-person program.
Dates: Program runs Thursday afternoons. This is a drop-in program: no registration required.
Equipment Required: Exercise bands, 2-5lb dumbbells and handballs. Bands can be purchased for $5 from the Forever In Motion leader. If you do not have dumbbells bring two cans of soup or 500ml water bottles. Handballs can be purchased from most dollar stores.
Learn more about this and other Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) programs by visiting their website: https://www.rqhealth.ca/department/health-promotion/forever-in-motion. For more information contact: 306-529-3077 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AGE GROUP: | Adults |
EVENT TYPE: | Learn and Personal Interest |
TAGS: | Health and Wellness |
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Regina Public Library opened its first shopping mall location as what was then known as Regent Park Branch in 1966.
Since 1995, Regent Place Branch called 107 Albert Street home, and provided the community with a full-service Library Branch.
In February 2012, the Branch moved into a temporary location in the Regina Market Mall, while a new Regent Place Branch was being designed and built.