Event Series Go4Life(R)


Go4Life is based on studies that demonstrate the beneficial effects of exercise and physical activity for older people, including those with chronic health conditions. You’re probably already familiar with the research showing that fit older people have a lower risk of diabetes, hypertension, coronary heart disease, obesity, depression, and some cancers than their less fit peers. Physical activity also has been shown to reduce pain and improves function in people with osteoarthritis.

Event Series Tai Chi

Tai Chi

Tai chi is an ancient Chinese movement practice that offers a number of health benefits. Research Trusted Source shows that practicing tai chi can improve balance, stability, and flexibility in older people, including those with Parkinson’s disease. Practiced regularly, it can also help reduce pain, especially from knee osteoarthritis, back problems, and fibromyalgia.

Regular practice of tai chi can significantly reduce the risk of falls among older adults. A 2017 review Trusted Source published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society found that tai chi reduced falls by up to 50 percent.

Come down to the center and learn the art of Tai Chi with instructor Mike.

Free for Joslyn Center members

Event Series Knit and Crochet Group

Knit and Crochet Group

Knitting is a craft technique that appeals to all ages and skills, and justso happens to be a healthy hobby. It’s meditative, creative, and eco-minded.Not to mention it delivers the thrill of creating a special, one-of-a-kind itemwith your own two hands.

This group is for those who know how to knit.

Call Cathleen Jolley for more information 562-773-7004

Spring Health & Wellness Fair

Pre-registration required. Call 760.340.3220 to register.

  • Body Mass Index
  • Opportunity Drawings for Attendees
  • Medical Seminars
  • Glucose screening
  • Blood pressure screening
Event Series Basketry with John

Basketry with John

Learn to weave baskets from rope and yarn. Great for gifts and use around the house.
Each student needs to bring a skein of “Blanket” yarn, crochet and knitting yarn will not work.

Call the Braille Institute to register: 760-321-1111

Event Series Mexican Train Dominoes

Mexican Train Dominoes

Free for Joslyn Center members.

Mexican Train Dominoes is a popular tile-based game that is played using number dominoes. The winner is the one who has matched all their dominoes onto trains, or the chains formed from a central hub. The rules are relatively simple, and once explained, any enthusiast can understand the Mexican Train game.