Where we get better with age
Buy the Fitness Pass and come to any class you want, whenever you want!
The pass covers you for any 20 sessions of exercise classes. Use the same pass for any class and purchase a new pass when yours is filled up. With the Fitness Pass, you don’t have to worry about missing classes due to illness, doctor appointments, vacation, etc. We hope it encourages you to try something new!
At MSHL, we want you to find the class that best suites you and your needs. To help you find what exercise class will work best for you, MSHL encourages you to try one session of each of our classes on us!
That’s right, try it free of charge, even if you already have a Fitness Pass. The first time you try a new class, it is free to you.
Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
One of the perks of being an MSHL member is the use of our exercise room. We have treadmills, bicycles, an elliptical, a stair stepper, a cardio glide, and a recumbent bike, along with some free weights.
To use the exercise room, you must have your membership and a current medical release form on file with us. Pick up the form at the senior center or click the button below.
Enhance Fitness is an evidence-based exercise program designed, studied, and proven effective at improving overall functional fitness and well-beling. It is geared toward older adults (although all are welcome) and can be done standing up or sitting down. MSHL has four certified fitness instructors focusing on cardiovascular conditioning, strength training, flexibility and balance training. All of the movements are designed to accommodate mobility limitations while providing an excellent “whole body” work-out.
Mondays – Thursdays 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Instructors: Jennifer Michalak, Beverly Robinson, Gary Bourdeau
Sit Fit is MSHL’s new half hour seated fitness class. Stretch and tone your muscles in this seated class to your favorite classic tunes.
Tuesdays at 1:00-1:30pm
Instructor: Beverly Robinson
As we get older, muscles tend to stiffen, our joints lose their range of motion and we become more susceptible to chronic problems such as osteoporosis, arthritis and heart disease. Yoga can help slow down the effects of the ageing process by maintaining muscle softness and flexibility, keeping the mind alert and awake, encouraging relaxation and strengthening muscles and joints. Its multi-pronged approach can encourage the body, mind and spirit to remain healthy and strong while reducing the effects of many age-related issues.
This class will adapt to the needs of its students, starting most participants in a chair and targeting what you need most. This is not a “sweat it out” kind of class, but you will feel the stretches push you and see the benefits as you progress.
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Instructor: Janea LeBar
Enhance Fitness – do it sitting down or standing up!