Tag: CWPV Connections

Are you sitting on the fitness fence?

Sue Schwartz “To build or not to build.” That used to be the question, at least when it came to developing fitness and wellness centers for older adults. However, the International Council on Active Aging’s research shows that is no longer the case as, after eight years of renovations, expansions and new developments, 82% of…

I ♥ Walking on an indoor track

Sue Schwartz Walking has become this country’s most popular form of exercise. I ♥ Walking pioneered an outdoor walking program in 2014. We quickly discovered our window for outdoor walking was severely limited due to weather conditions, the lack of sidewalks and the desert wildlife: coyotes, wild turkeys and javelina. That prompted a move to…

Just the facts info session

Sue Schwartz Invite your friends – CWPV Connections (not affiliated with CWPV HOA) will be meeting July 7 in the Phoenix room at 1:30 p.m. for those homeowners who support a modern, two-story Health and Wellness Center that makes us competitive in the senior community marketplace, enhances our property values and, most importantly, keeps us…

Making wellness a part of successful aging: Interview with Kelly Stranburg

Sue Schwartz This is the final article in our series of three. Prior articles may be viewed at www.cwpvconnections.com; questions: [email protected] Q: What makes Senior Living Communities’ approach to health and wellness unique? Beyond offering the most innovative calendar of fitness and general health-oriented programming available, as a company, we have invested in the equipment,…

Does CWPV need new center?

Sue Schwartz, CWPV Connections Let CWPV Connections help you understand the Health and Wellness Centers possibilities. Our community won’t continue to be an attractive choice for potential homeowners by recycling outdated ideas. Stretch your boundaries beyond our current exercise facility toward a new vision of our future – one based on what CWPV can be,…

Hit the ground walking

Sue Schwartz Lace up your sneakers, bring a water bottle and join the I Love Walking group. Walking is the perfect form of exercise. It requires nothing but time and your own two feet. Walking at your own pace in the safe environment of our San Tan Ballroom is an efficient way to get your…

Join the walking revolution

Sue Schwartz Homeowners in Cottonwood Palo Verde are hearing a voice in their heads, “It’s a New Year and I need a new beginning; I need to exercise.” They are taking the pledge and joining the walking revolution. Regular walking helps reduce stress, anxiety and depression as well as boosts self-esteem and improves sleep; 30…

Fitness can happen to anyone

Ellie Schuck will be the guest speaker at CWPV Connections’ meeting on January 8!

CWPV Connections (www.cwpvconnections.com) is kicking off the New Year with Ellie Schuck as their guest speaker on Fitness Can Happen to Anyone. The meeting will be held on January 8, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. in Cottonwood’s Phoenix Room. Ellie’s career spans three decades promoting exercise as a way of life and a tool that enhances…

Finally a forum for fitness at CWPV

If you value your health and fitness levels, read on. Better yet, attend a meeting of CWPV Connections to find out what we’re all about. Normally, meetings are held on the first Friday of each month. On occasion, time and locations may be varied and will be posted on our new website at www.cwpv.connections.com. The…