By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Come one, come all, and join the Madison Senior Center for their newest community outreach. The Senior Center has begun hosting yoga classes, a first in the center’s history. The best part about the class is that all ages are welcome. You do not have to be a member of the Senior Center to join them in the class.
The instructor for the course is Nicholas Roberts. He is a Master of Yoga and has spent much of his life in California. He is now in Madison and using his skills to help the residents of Madison County become healthier.
The cost for the class is a donation of $5 per person. The class is geared towards improving a persons yoga abilities and helping their body become more fit. Yoga is not only good for muscle strengthening and flexibility, it is also good for your heart health.
Everyone can benefit from yoga. There is no age limit on beginning a new and healthy chapter in life. No matter how old or young a person is, he or she can benefit from these classes. If you are interested in attending one of the classes, you can either show up at one of the classes, which are held from 6-7 p.m. on Tuesday nights, or you can call the Senior Center and they will save you a spot. Their phone number is 973-4241.
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By Kristin Finney
The Senior Citizens Council of Madison County is asking the community to donate items to an elderly female who needs a lift chair or recliner due to problems with swollen ankles, according to lead case manager, Elaine Hartley.
Another senior citizen needs a donated vacuum cleaner. This lady has breathing problems and she needs her house vacuumed regularly.
Finally, an elderly female whose food must be pureed is in need of a donated blender or food processor.
The Madison Senior Center is located just off State Road 14 at 1161 SW Harvey Greene Drive.
Their phone number is (850) 973-4241.