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EXERCISE

FAQ

  • Where do I find an exercise or fall prevention class?

Class locations and schedules can change, to find a class close to you in Kitchener, Waterloo or Cambridge give us a call at      519-772-8787 or email us at physicalhealth@cscmow.org to get the latest information or check our monthly class calendar.

  • What is the difference between exercise classes and fall prevention classes?

Exercise classes are led by our SMART™(Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together) trained Gentle Exercise staff. Classes range between 45-60 minutes in various community locations throughout the Region. Our classes are also provided virtually for those who prefer the comforts of their own home. Each class includes a warm-up, aerobic endurance, cool-down, balance, strength and flexibility movements. All classes can be done seated or standing.

 Fall prevention sessions include a variety of education topics followed by some exercises with a focus on balance and lower body strength. These classes are delivered by our Registered Kinesiologist 2x/week for 6 weeks or by request. Sessions can be done in-person or virtually.

  • How much does it cost to attend an exercise or fall prevention class?

There is no cost to join an exercise or fall prevention class, they are free!

  • Do I need to register for a class?

Registration is not required, if you are interested in attending an exercise or fall prevention class please join in on the day(s) and time(s) they are scheduled.

  • What happens in the case of inclement weather?

For more information on inclement weather effecting scheduled exercise classes, check out this page:
Inclement Weather 

  • Can I find out more about accessibility at your in-person exercise locations?
    For more information on inclement weather effecting scheduled exercise classes, click here!

Calendar

Click below to see our monthly class calendar as we are opening more in-person exercise locations.

A smiling seated woman lifting hand weights

I have a different attitude! It enhances my ability to be self-sustaining for longer. Exercising to the music and when you’re laughing and having a good time, you don’t even realize you’re exercising.

LORNA

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