You can use your Silver & Fit health insurance benefit for most of our fitness classes. You can use them an unlimited number of times each month. Look for the S&F by classes that are covered.
Everyone is invited to attend special daily events and
try equipment at the Women’s Fitness Center during its
Anniversary Open House Oct. 29-Nov. 4. Guests may
also register for daily prize drawings.
• Sunday, Oct 29- Game Day work out 1– 4 p.m.
• Monday, Oct 30 - Kari Dietrich presents “Honey Talk” at 10 a.m.
• Tuesday, Oct 31 - Dr. Stormie Reiman, Essential Chiropractic, 11 - 12:30 p.m.
• Wednesday, Nov 1 - Diane Aisenbrey at 10 a.m.
• Thursday, Nov 2 - Dr. Reiman, 11-12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. --Joan Plaetz, Quilter Extraordinaire, will share her quilt passion
• Friday, Nov 3 - Thrift Sale to raise money for equipment. We welcome donations of collectibles, small furniture pieces and more.
• Saturday, Nov 4 - Heidi Bacon, painter, 10 a.m. 1 p.m. -- Closing out the thrift sale by 1p.m.
VOLLEYBALL? -- Interested in Volleyball?
We are looking for energetic, aggressive volleyball players to start some programming during a morning time. If you are interested, call or email Jim 388-7249, or email@example.com
BATTER UP -- A Pier 55 Softball Team for 2018? We are considering joining an area senior center softball league. Please call or email me if you are interested. Kim 651- 327-2255
Tuesdays • 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Instructor: Patty Svien, Physical Therapist
Cost: $35, limited to 8 participants
PWR is an evidence-based exercise program designed to assist people with mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease to improve their posture, mobility, ability, endurance, strength and function. Participants must be able to get up and down from the floor independently and should bring a Yoga mat to class. To register, call Patty at 651-380-8752.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 am.
Cost: $25/10 classes
Instructor: Jessie Grider
Enjoy a complete workout with cardio-respiratory, strengthening, balance and stretching components, mixed with variety and fun!
Tuesdays • 12:15p.m.
Cost: $2 members
Instructor: Kim Wojcik
These new classes are only 15 minutes long, using weighted bars. You can use Silver & Fit insurance or purchase a 10 class punch card.
Tuesdays • 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Instructor: Patty Svien, registered physical therapist
Call Patti for class dates and to register 651-380-8752
Michele Hoffman has been teaching therapeutic yoga to seniors for 20 years. An R-RYT, a certified yoga therapist, she is experienced in using the tools of yoga to help reduce or eliminate pain, prepare or recuperate from joint replacement surgery and improve quality of life for those living. Six sessions are $45 for a 6-class punch card to be used within 3 months. Yoga poses will be done standing, in a chair or on the floor. Mats and blankets will be provided.
Yoga for Healing: Tuesdays • 9:30 – 10:45 a.m.
Therapeutic Chair Yoga: Wednesdays • 2 – 3 p.m. Yoga poses will be done standing or in a chair.
No Yoga w/Michelle Nov 1 - Nov. 15
Thursdays at 8:30 - 9:10 a.m.
Instructor: Kim Wojcik
Range of motion determines many of the activities of daily living we are able to do. We begin with walking and other movements to warm the body, then we move into flowing movements and follow with some balance and held stretches. Feel good all over! This class is $5 for drop-in’s or a 10-class punch card is available for $20. AOA punch card and Silver&Fit can be used for this class.
Instructor: Kim Wojcik
Fridays -- 11-11:40 a.m.
This class is $5 for drop-in’s or a 10-class punch card is available for $20.
Wednesdays 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $4 per class members, $6 non-members, 10-class punch cards are available
Instructor: Jessica Richmond
Classes will continue to be in the park, as weather allows, at which point they will move into Pier 55. Jessica Richmond will guide students through yoga poses at Levee Park, across the train tracks from Train Depot (weather permitting). Call Pier 55 if the weather is questionable or with questions on where to meet. This class is for any “body.” Jessica has modifications for postures so come try it and enjoy the outdoors. Try your first class for free to see if this gentle exercise is something for you!
Want to count your steps but don’t have a “fitbit”? Our very own Doug Blakesley has done the counting for you. If you find yourself needing somewhere to walk inside this winter, stop at Pier 55. If you walk from end to end of our hallway (Fiesta Cancun to Pottery Museum) going one way, it is 89 steps for men and 101 steps for women. Make 8-10 trips back and forth, and you have approximately a thousand extra steps in your day. Keep moving! No sign up, fee or membership. Just your walking shoes.
All classes, activities and events are held at Pier 55.
Registration is always at the Pier 55 front desk, in person or by phone:
240 Harrison St., Red Wing, MN, 651-327-2255.
Contact the front desk for additional information — firstname.lastname@example.org