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Legacy Senior Living is pleased to offer “Yoga with Chair” classes with Annette Wertman to the public every Saturday and Sunday from 11:15 am to 12:15 pm for a nominal drop-in fee of $5.00.
“Yoga with Chair” incorporates the benefits of traditional exercises with modifications using a chair as a prop. By providing extra stability, the chair makes yoga a safe and accessible exercise
for older adults of all abilities.
A community-based, supportive exercise program for those living with heart disease or for heart disease prevention. registration is ongoing. Supervised by VGH Vancouver Coastal health and Case Manage, Elizabeth Roy, RN.
Any 2 classes per week Mo/ We 7:30 am, 11:45 am or 2:00 pm.
Friday 7:30 am or 11:45 am (HH Plus Check-in)
Inquire also about Happy Hearts Plus; and Happy Hearts Maintenance.
Start Up: $149 for 3 months. Registration fee applies. New clients only.
A moderate to intermediate low-impact cardiovascular workout challenged by the resistance of the water.
Aquafit is the perfect option for those who want low impact movement but still wish to improve their fitness level.
Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00 am to 10:00 am.
Beth Tikvah Synagogue:
9:30 – 11:45 ESL
10:30 -11:45 Tea, Coffee & Socializing
11:00 – 11:45 Easy Fun Seniors Exercise with Nina
12:00 – 1:00 Kosher Lunch
Program to follow 1 – 2
Monday, Oct. 15 “Municipal election: One you need to know” with Speaker Howard Jampolsky
Monday, Oct. 22 “Medicine Shoppe: Flu Season & What You Need to Know” with speaker Stephan Chang, Pharmacist.
Monday, Oct. 29 ” Israel Today: Trivia and News” with speaker Pat Johnson.
Monday, Nov. 5 “Kirstallnacht with Lillian Boraks-Nemetz” author of Old Brown Suitcase.
Monday, Nov. 12 Remembrance Day, No Program.
Monday, Nov. 19 “Hearing Health” with speaker Melinda Newman
Monday, Nov. 26 Movie: “The Forgotten Refugees” The story of the mass exodus of Jews from Arab Countries in the 20th Century.
Monday, Dec. 3 Our Hanukkah party, with entertainer Lester Soo.
Monday, Dec. 10 “Fall Prevention” with speaker Denise Peron, RN.
Monday, Dec. 17 “Games Day: Bing, Scrabble and more”
WELLNESS CLINIC: Monday, October 22nd.
For information: Telephone Pat 604-273-0526 or the Kehila office at 604-241-9270. For Wellness Clinic Appointments you can contact Ruth at 604-271-1973 or Marlene at 604-275-7543.
The bus information is sent to the Bus company Thursday before our Monday group so to arrange Transportation please call Toby at 604-537-5451.
WELLNESS CLINIC: Every 3rd Monday of the month: appointments necessary, call Ruth at 604-271-1973; or Marlene Shore at 604- 275-7543.
Kehila Seniors programs and lunch on Mondays at noon. Every 3rd Monday of the month includes a Wellness Clinic (some services cost) from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Booking essential, call Marlene 604-275-7543 or Ruth 604-271-1973. For transportation call Toby at 604-537-5451.
A warm and welcoming environment for frail elderly. Exercising body and mind through nourishing conversations and delicious kosher meals. If someone you know and love needs our special care, L’Chaim is but a phone call away: 604-638-7275.
Our professional staff have training in dementia and other aging issues.
A small user fee is charged daily to cover costs of food and programs. A nominal fee for transport via Handydart is extra.
On Friday, we finish at 2:00 pm.
A medically developed, entry level program for those 65+ with balance and mobility challenges incl. Parkinson’s. Program includes assessments.
Instructors: Melanie Galloway, Jennifer Rak. Registration is ongoing.
12 session package.
No classes on holidays.
No experience required. Dealer rotates so games vary from seven card draw, five card stud, deuces wild and other poker games. For information call volunteer Ed Pascal at 604-553-1072.
Play poker with friends and make new friends.
Meet other Canasta players for friendly play. For info, call Lisa Quay at 604-638-7283.
Play Canasta with friends and make new friends.
Friendly games using National Mah Jongg League rules and card. We provide the sets. Current NMJF Mah Jongg card is needed to play.
For more info call our volunteer Marion Seeklus at 604-733-3101.
Play Mah Jongg with friends and meet some new friends.
Mon/Thurs evenings 7:00 pm – 7:45 pm
For people with mild rheumatic disease, minimal joint involvement, or those recommended by a physician. Must be able to stand or walk for 15 minutes without excessive pain or shortness of breath.