Looking to get stronger and more fit? Sign up for free Zoom-based exercise classes here: www.tinyurl.com/otagofreezoom
Otago is an evidence-based strength and balance group exercise class, offered free on Zoom. All of the exercises can be modified for different fitness levels. Otago meets once a week. Each class is 30 minutes long. You don't have to turn on your camera to join in and no equipment is needed. Registering after a session has started is okay - you can join in any time.
This class is offered specifically for members of the LGBTQ community, or those living with HIV, as well as their allies, friends, & family.
Why should you participate?
- Exercise improves your physical health: strength, endurance, and flexibility
- People living with HIV may have conditions like neuropathy or fatigue that can be improved with exercise
- Participating in exercise, especially in a group, improves mood and reduces depression and anxiety
Otago classes are offered at these times:
- Fridays 3:00-3:30 pm CT: Otago - for members of the LGBTQ and/or HIV communities, and their allies, friends, & family
Questions? Contact Andy Rapoport: 773.508.1055 or firstname.lastname@example.org
These evidence-based exercises programs are offered for free through CJE SeniorLife's Research Institute through a grant provided by the Administration for Community Living. For more information about CJE SeniorLife, visit www.cje.net.