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Aging with Grace: Improving Balance Level 1

Location: 891 Ululani St, Rm 116

Rheam Mansour, Doctorate of Physical Therapy, will lead this series focused on developing a short and simple, but effective home exercise program to help prevent falls. Rheam will provide education and training on proper technique with an emphasis on safety. This class is recommended for anyone who is able walk without assistance, follow simple 1-2 step verbal instructions and with medical clearance to participate in light level activity and exercise. Caregivers, family, health professionals, those working with the elderly or anyone interested in preparing for the aging process are also encouraged to attend.

It is recommended that you wear loose, comfortable clothing and sneakers. Please bring a yoga mat, a small towel for perspiration, and a bottle of water to each class.

Classes are May 28-June 21, Wed & Sat, 4:30-5:30pm.

Special Restrictions: Cost: $90 for 8 classes

For more information, contact: ccecs@hawaii.edu 974-7664

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