Groveland Council on Aging Encourages Community Members to Attend Weekly Fitness Classes

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GROVELAND – COA Director Amanda Fisher encourages community members to attend weekly fitness classes hosted by the Groveland Council on Aging.

The Groveland Council on Aging hosts the following classes each week:

Get Movin ‘with Leah!

When: Mondays at noon

Where: Center meeting room at Town Hall, 183 Main St.

What: Instructors Leah Miller and Susan Tribble lead strength training for seniors.

3B Fitness (Brains, Bones & Balance)

When: Tuesdays at 9 am

Where: Tent at Town Hall, 183 Main St. In the event of inclement weather, the class will be held at the Fire Station, 181 Main St.

What: Instructor Brian Coyne walks participants through balance exercises to help prevent falls, strength training to improve bone density, and trivia and brain games to help with cognition.

Walking Club

When: Tuesdays at 9 am

Where: Haverhill Stadium, 155 Lincoln Avenue, Haverhill

What: The walking club promotes physical activity while socializing with others. To learn more about the walking club, please call Paola Hussein at 978-374-2390 ext. 3916.

Virtual Reiki and Meditation

When: Wednesdaydays at 4 p.m.

Where: Online. Please email Nisha Burk at for the link.

What: Instructor Sue Cullen of High Vibration Wellness, who has been practicing Reiki for over seven years, leads a class that promotes restful healing.


When: Fridays at 10:45 am

Where: Front lawn at Town Hall, 183 Main St. In the event of inclement weather, the class will be held in the center meeting room at Town Hall.

What: Instructor Mary Van Abs leads a one-hour yoga session.

All classes are $ 5 each, excluding the Walking Club, which is free. Drop-ins are welcome at all classes, but those who wish to reserve a class spot or who have questions should call the Council on Aging at 978-372-1101.

“Exercising is an important part of staying healthy,” Fisher said. “Classes like these are a great way to foster both mental and physical health, while having fun and socializing. Classes are geared to seniors, but are open to all, and community members are encouraged to attend with their family and friends. ”


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