This event is part of a series. If you register for this event, you will be automatically registered for all of the following dates. March 1, 15, & 29, April 12 & 26, and May 10 & 24, 2021.
Ageless Grace (Brain & Body Fitness) is a fun, creative and playful exercise program that works out your brain as well as your body. This innovative program is composed of 21 simple tools for lifelong comfort and ease can be practiced anywhere. We will lubricate our joints, strengthen our muscles, exercise our brains and improve our flexibility, hand-eye coordination, balance, breath and tickle our funny bone. The movements are organic and spontaneous, no need to learn any special choreography. Come and experience this brain and body boosting class and feel younger with every workout! Exercises done in a chair.
Below is a link to a Ted Talk explaining the Ageless Grace program. You may find it beneficial to view before taking the class.
Changing Your Brain Can Be As Simple As Child’s Play | Denise Medved | TEDxTryon
This is a virtual event—it will not be held at the library. Once registered, you will receive an email with the webinar link and password before each session in the series. No software is needed to access this presentation online. The live presentation is interactive, and you may be visible to other participants.
Need help using Zoom? Visit tplibrary.org/faqs#zoom to get started.
Speaker Bio: Patrice Leeson, certified educator of the Ageless Grace program, is passionate about LIFE and living it to the fullest! Ageless Grace is a program that she feels will keep the body and mind active which in turn will bring more years of happiness to those who part-take in the program. Being able to keep the mind exercised will bring the rest of your lives to blissful times with your friends, family and grandchildren who keep you moving!
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