Bone Makers Wellness Class Resumes




Vicki Buckley, creator and lead instructor of Bone Makers for Healthy Bones and Body, is pleased to announce classes have resumed after a summer break. She is an AFAA certified senior group fitness instructor and designed this small group wellness class to improve bones, balance, posture and memory.

The class serves Brevard's osteoporosis and joint challenged boomer, senior populations. It is perfect for those who are: graduates of physical therapy, re-entering an exercise routine, concerned about not re-injuring a favored joint or spine, suffering from arthritis, seeking to try natural means before medication, or wishing as caregivers they could exercise with their loved ones.

As an added plus, Bone Makers it is personalized for your current ability, creates body awareness and engages you with others in class. “The pattern walking is meant to connect you with others as it tests your cross-brain motor planning. There is time to support, socialize and refresh one another between class segments,” says Buckley. The class ends with PACE, a meditative mindful posture with incorporated healthy visualizations and wellness suggestions.

Cost: $8 drop-in or $30 per month punch pass. Small group exercise wellness classes are held at three locations: Satellite Beach (Monday 10:45 a.m., DSR Center), Melbourne (Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., Wickham Senior Center) and Merritt Island (Friday, 10:30 a.m., Hobbs Pharmacy). For more information, call Vicki Buckley at 321-759-4962.

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