New classes at the Senior Center in January

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Heidi Mair will teach
gentle yoga for senior citizens
New for You, in 2017 at the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Senior Center!

While good intentions for really following through with those New Year’s resolutions are still with you, think about considering some new, interesting classes and activities at the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center

GENTLE YOGA, just for seniors, comes to the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center

Gentle Yoga starts Friday, January 6; 9:30am to 10:30am: an "excellent way to keep your mind focused and your body healthy." Each class includes seated, kneeling and floor exercises. Please bring a mat and wear comfortable clothing. $5.00 for senior center members; $7.00 for non-center members. The instructor is Heidi Mair RYT (200 level) and certified in teaching Yoga to Seniors. You may purchase a GentleYoga ticket for up to 15 sessions, good for 90 days from the Center's front desk.

Heidi Mair, is looking forward to teaching Gentle Yoga at the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center. “Ayurveda and Yoga have made all of the difference in my world. And I enjoy sharing their benefits with others, especially students over 50.”

NEW: Friday Afternoon at the Movies!
This is a Silver Cinema Project hosted by Scarecrow Video starting January 6, 1:30-4:00pm. Films will be shown on the first Friday of each month.

January 6: You Can't take it With You; a wonderful comedy about an eccentric family!
February 3: Roman Holiday, a beautiful romantic film that isn't too schmaltzy.
March 3: Shadow of a Doubt, a Hitchcock thriller!

Popcorn, soda, and beer offered for a minimal fee.

WRITE ABOUT YOUR LIFE is a new class starting Tuesday, January 10, 10:00am to noon. Continuing each week, until March 14; the class will help you become a better writer by working on projects, learn tricks for accessing memories and make your work more compelling to readers. Ariele Huff, published author, will be the instructor. $12 for senior center members; $14 for non-members, for each class; pay each week or for all classes at the Center's front desk.

HARTU, a new board game developed by a Shoreline couple, Ken and Tina Marable, is a game that has the "simplicity of checkers, complexity of chess". Come play on Thursdays, 1:00pm to 4:00pm; fee is only $2.00 for members/$4.00 for non-members. Ken and Tina will be welcoming you and teach this fun, new game.

SENIOR CENTER BOOK CLUB meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, 1:00-2:00pm. The fee is only $2.00 for members/$4.00 for non-members. For January the group is reading Brooklyn Follies, by Paul Auster.

STRESS FREE LIVING AND MEDITATION, on Wednesdays, 10:00am to 11:30am.
"Bring peace and happiness into your life through stress free living." Learn how to meditate, calm your mind, open your heart and empower yourself. The classes are offered by Brahma Kumaris, led by Mari Chinn. To get the most benefits plan on attending all sessions. Fee, for the senior center $2.00 for members/$4.00 for non-members.

Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center is located in the southern-most building of the Shoreline Center campus1860 1st AVE NE #1, Shoreline;; 206-365-1536. We serve older adults in Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, as well as North Seattle and south Snohomish County. We are a community partner of Sound Generations.


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