Sue is a talented yoga instructor that teaches three main levels of Hatha yoga that you can begin while seated in a chair. The class is welcoming and promotes relaxation and improving mobility. You can join her and others at the CARC through the Senior Fitness Club.
Call Brooke McConnell, site manager at 240-321-5457 for all of the details. You can also find updates on Facebook @carcseniorcenter
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Still walking, yesterday we went to the Flight 92 Memorial and probably walked 3 miles while there. Great Day
The Flight 92 Memorial is a beautiful place to walk! My family and I went earlier this year and plan to return!
I prefer to work movement into my day by walking.
Had surgery on Tuesday so haven’t gotten to walk much this week yet! Plan to get moving again real soon. What a gorgeous day to be outdoors! ??
Thanks for the info.
Thanks for this info. I need to give yoga another shot! Not a huge fan but I’m also not very flexible.
Reached my 10,000 steps!
Tried yoga once…looked like a fool…I am not coordinated enough!
Enjoyed this in the past, must start again…thanks for sharing!
I had a very sedentary day so I hopped on my treadmill this evening for a little movement.
6627 steps today
I got a couple miles in at the park last night before the rain came.
I love that you emphasize that anyone can do yoga. One does not have to be able to twist into a pretzel to enjoy it, which is lucky for me as I am nowhere near that flexible!