Tag: health

Energy and Chair Yoga December schedule

  Experience the benefits of Energy Yoga with Paullene. Classes are held in the Navajo Room, which is on the third floor of SunBird Golf Resort. Regular Yoga: Mornings: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 7:40 to 8:50 a.m. Afternoons: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00 to 5:10 p.m. Note the slight time changes. The classes will be one…

Chi Dance with Kim

Tai Chi-Qigong is a practice for senior health and longevity to improve balance, plus coordination and agility of the mind and body. With slow, continually flowing movements, my fusion of these practices feels like a slow dance by yourself! In my newly released DVD titled, Chi Dance with Kim Kubsch, I am joined by 18…

Challenging hearing solutions presentation

  Michele Michaels, the Hard of Hearing Program Manager at the AZ Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, will lead us through some scenarios where hearing is challenging. We will leave the meeting feeling empowered and more in control of our ability to hear, listen, comprehend and communicate with others. Please join us…

Medicare open enrollment period ends December 7

  Medicare Open Enrollment period is October 15 through December 7. Medicare, Medicaid and related benefit information: Personalized objective assistance to seniors, the disabled and caregivers is provided by volunteer counselors trained by the Arizona Agency on Aging Benefits Assistance Program. Services include: * Basic information about Original Medicare (Parts “A” and “B”, Supplemental (Medigap)…

Yoga – vinyasa style

  Sheila Axtman Wow – It’s already December. Lots of activities and food, parties, friends and family. Vinyasa yoga will give you an hour twice a week to breath, move, re-center yourself and forget for a few minutes everything on the “to do” list. Every year on the last yoga day before Christmas, I teach…

Stand taller, walk stronger

Noell Hyman Welcome back to our winter friends! We are still here doing yoga, making Sun Lakes residents stronger, walking taller and keeping our joints moving. Whether you joined us last year or are new to yoga, you are welcome! We want to make yoga work as a healing practice for everybody, no matter what…

Exercise is the Fountain of Youth

Come and join us in this exciting month of December! Oh, the holidays, don’t you just love it? I have been here since November, but I was too late to make it in the November Splash newspaper. We are going strong and would love you to join us if you want to exercise and have fun…

Reiki – A Gift from the Heart

  Rina Cupples Anyone who was ever hugged by Lamby will remember it for the rest of their lives. Lamby is my nephew’s best friend. He’s a lumberjack. When he threw his arms around me… and “throw” is the most accurate term… I was both literally and emotionally uplifted! He put his entire being into…

What can I do?

  Lois Valleau Do you ever have times when you feel there is nothing you can do to make a difference in your life and in the lives of those around you? You know there should be some way you can bring a positive influence to your community and your country. There are ways, and…

A shot of yoga for pain relief

Noell Hyman “This is way better than narcotics!” a newer student said to me after his fourth Chair Yoga class ended at the Cottonwood Country Club. He’s been on a combination of opiates and morphine for pain in both the upper and lower back and for serious knee problems in both knees. In an effort…