CORKERY – Thrive Older Adult Wellness is introducing an eight-week walk and workshop program held on the beautiful grounds of The Herb Garden starting Sept. 15.
“Many of you know that I had just begun to start up a fitness and wellness business for people ages 65 and up this past winter,” Betts released in a statement last week. “The launch happened to coincide with the beginning of the pandemic. So, over the past few months, I’ve been adjusting my original plan, have expanded my services to include people ages 40 and up, and have adapted my services to meet the needs created by our new reality. I’m sharing the news of my new launch with you in hopes that you will take a moment to share with people you know in our community who you think may be interested.”
Thrive will be offering two new eight-week programs at The Herb Garden starting in September.
Wellness Walk and Workshop series for ages 65+: participants enjoy a trail walk (even terrain, no elevation), followed by movements to improve balance, stability and mobility. Then, they take a lunch break while chatting with other participants. After lunch, in the workshop portion of the session, they learn about healthy eating, age-appropriate physical activity guidelines, and get tips for staying active in the colder months ahead. Suitable for beginner fitness level and people starting out with learning about healthy eating. Max 6 participants.
Starts: Tuesday, Sept 15, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Cost: by donation
Mid-Week Retreat Trail Walk and Wellness program: trail walk (even terrain, no elevation) followed by a relaxing stretch and short meditation in a gorgeous setting. This is intended to be a healthy and refreshing work week break. Suitable for beginner fitness level. Max six participants.
Starts: Wednesday, Sept 16 (11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Cost: by donation
“These programs are designed to help people get more physically active, socialize safely and learn ways to improve their wellbeing in a beautiful setting,” Betts said. “I am offering them by donation due to the financial hardship COVID-19 has created for many people in our community.”