Join us for real time classes Via Zoom Monday through Friday!
9:00am Moderate 45 mins - Elaine
11:00 am Moderate/high 45 mins - Tanya
3.30 pm High Intensity 60 mins - Laurel
9:00 am High intensity 60 mins - Laurel
10:30 am Low Intensity 45 mins - Kerry/Kelly
10:30 am Moderate Intensity 45 mins - Brita
9.00 am Moderate 45 mins - Elaine
11.00 am High Intensity 60 mins - Tanya
3.00 pm High intensity 60 mins - Laurel
9.00 High Intensity 60 mins - Laurel
10.30 Moderate 45 mins - Brita
9.00 am – High Intensity 60 mins- Laurel
11.00 am - Moderate/High 45 mins - Tanya
If you would like to join us for any of these classes please email:
All in person classes cancelled until further notice...
Due to the COVID 19 Virus ALL FALLS PREVENTION AND EXERCISE CLASSES ARE CANCELLED!!! View the exercise classes on YouTube
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We offer group classes in the Guelph, North Wellington, Centre Wellington and East Wellington communities. CLICK ABOVE to find a list of times and locations for the classes being held.
Our 6 week educational program will discuss various topics regarding health, wellness, and how to reduce the risk factors for falls. In this class seniors will also learn how to get up from a fall. CLICK ABOVE to learn more.
A certified instructor will come into the home and teach a number of gentle exercises over a 6 or 12 week period. CLICK ABOVE to find out more information.
COMMENTS FROM ADMIN
Physical (Social) Distancing:
The concept of 'social distancing' has been passed around as the key activity every community member should undertake to help stymie the spread of the COVID-19 virus. However, health experts actually indicate that the term 'physical distancing' more accurately describes what is required of each of us. Limiting the amount of time spend physically present with other people also limits the risk of the virus being spread and transmitted. Cancel group events, such as weddings and birthdays, and do not allow visitors inside your home. Only head outside your home when absolutely necessary, such as to obtain groceries or head to work. If you do have to enter into public spaces, do not engage in physical contact, such as hugging, shaking hands, or letting other people pet your dog. Instead, keep a 'pool noodle's' distance (2 metres, or 6-8 feet) apart from others at all times.
However, there are still many ways you can maintain social contact with family, friends, and neighbours, without having to see them in-person. Consider making phone calls to loved ones, or using digital applications such as Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts, Facetime, or Facebook Messenger to enjoy face-to-face communication. Even as we must distance ourselves for our collective physical health and safety, we should still reach out to one another for our collective mental and emotional wellbeing!
For more information about COVID-19, please visit the Public Health Agency of Canada website. https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health.html
Stay informed about what we’re doing and how this may affect our programming on our COVID-19 Webpage. https://www.von.ca/en/covid-19