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 Yoga


($5 fee, paid to instructor) Derived from the Sanskrit word “Yuji,” meaning yoke or union, yoga is an ancient practice that brings together mind and body. It incorporates breathing exercises, meditation, and poses designed to encourage relaxation and reduce stress.

Event Series Quilting Group

Quilting Group

The purpose of this organization is to:

  • Contribute to the knowledge and appreciation of fine quilts
  • Sponsor and support quilting activities
  • Encourage quilt making and collecting
  • Promote the growth of knowledge of quilting techniques, textiles, patterns, history, and quiltmakers

Call Jer for more information: 760-565-6443.

$1 fee, paid to instructor.

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.

Event Series Guided Meditation

Guided Meditation

Have you ever thought about meditation, or wondered what all the hype is about? Maybe you even tried to meditate and got frustrated in the process.

In this group you will learn about the different types of meditation and have an opportunity to practice each one. This way you will be able to find a style that works best for you.

It is important to know that a meditation practice is not based on any religious ideology, nor is it anti-religious. Meditation is a process of learning to calm the mind and the body and reaching a deeper awareness of your spiritual self. Meditation is practiced by people of all faiths.

The group will be led by Glendon Geikie, MSW. Glendon is a retired clinical social worker and now serves people and families as an End-of-Life Doula

Event Series Balance Conditioning

Balance Conditioning

This class will focus on total body and core strength while incorporating balance moves and stretches. It is the perfect way for all seniors to improve overall flexibility and strength while increasing their balance and stability. $7 fee paid to instructor.

Event Series Bingo


Come join Dennis and the gang for a fun afternoon of bingo. In the United States, bingo is a game of chance in which each player matches numbers printed in different arrangements on cards with the numbers the game host (caller) draws at random, marking the selected numbers with tiles. When a player finds the selected numbers are arranged on their card in a row, they call out “Bingo!”

Doors open at 11:15am game starts at 12pm.

$15.00 for 10 games.