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Fitness scholarships We offer a scholarship for the purpose of supporting a limited number of individuals in need whose health may benefit from an exercise program. Priority is given to those who have a documented medical condition and are referred by a physician to...
Partnership with Powell Wellness Center brings new exercise program to Generations Central Adult Day Center’s senior adult participants
Generations Central Adult Day Center has launched a seated exercise program for senior adults with the support of a 2023 Healthy Living Grant from the Culpeper Wellness Foundation. The classes are taught by instructor Katie Hutchins from Powell Wellness Center (PWC).
Become a volunteer for our new Rock Steady Boxing program! Your support will contribute to the success of program participants fighting back against Parkinson’s disease.
We’re pleased to offer Reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.
A wide variety of exercises can be done on the Reformer to promote lengthening and toning, strength, flexibility and balance. This program is available to members and non-members.
The Parkinson’s Disease Support Group is open to the public and meets on the third Tuesday of the month at PATH Recreation & Fitness Center.
Read about Chair One Fitness classes, a fun interactive workout that uplifts people while providing a total body workout from a seated position.
The basics deliver: You can achieve and maintain strength through basic exercises using our LifeFitness or free weight equipment, according to personal trainer Bobby Zajkowski.
We are very grateful to our community for voting us “Best Gym” in the Culpeper Star Exponent’s annual survey, Best of Your Hometown!
May is Arthritis Awareness month, a great time to learn more about the disease and how to manage it.