"Balance" Workshop

Saturday, October 21st │ 9:00-10:00 am
Members: │ Non-Members: Standard Guest Fee

The ability to balance is a critical part of injury prevention, but it is also an important functional part of general fitness. Our balance reflects our brain’s capability to make sense of, and respond to, information from various sources of input. We can keep this skill functioning at its best if we understand the components and challenge them in the right ways. In this workshop with Peg Maas, PT, DPT, you will learn how balance works and have the opportunity to see how you are doing with each of the different factors that contribute to your physical stability.

Whatever your age or your balance skill level, and whether you want to be safe walking down the corridor or using a slackline, if you want to know how to zero in on the best balance exercises and skill-building for you, come to this active workshop. We will explore ways to make sure you stay balanced! You will come away with a greater understanding of the components of balance and how you can add some fun and important pieces to your exercise routines.

Please register at the Front Desk by Monday, October 16th.

For more information, please contact Communications Director, Danielle Reddish, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (206) 522-9400 ext. 254.