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Non-Impact Aerobics (NIA) at Senior Center
Join the Johnston Senior Center every Monday morning at 10 a.m. for NIA, or Neuromuscular Integrative Action (previously known as Non-Impact Aerobics and Neuromuscular Integrative Action, now referred to simply as "NIA" /pronounced "nee-ya").
This exercise program blends three dance arts (dance, modern dance, and jazz dance), three martial arts (aikido, tae kwon do, and tai chi) and three healing arts (Alexander Technique, yoga, and Feldenkrais). It is a form of aerobic exercise that can be practiced by people of nearly all ages and physical conditions.
This class was orginally offered on Saturday mornings but is now being offered on Monday mornings only. Please check the Center's calendar of events to confirm class dates and times. You can call the Center at 944-3343 or visit http://www.johnstonsc.net for more information.
|Where||Johnston Senior Center 1291 Hartford Ave, Johnston, RI 02919|
|Who to bring||Seniors|
More About Johnston Senior Center
The Johnston Senior Center opened in March, 2007 at its new location on Hartford Avenue, which is the site of the former El Morocco Dinner Club. Along with a dining room, gift shop, and craft room, the center also includes a card and billiards room, library and computer lab.
Services provided by the center include support groups; tax preparation; exercise classes; computer instruction; Meals on Wheels; and trips to nearby casinos and other attractions. Members can also participate in night and weekend activities, both at the center and at locations around Rhode Island.
Director Tony Zompa, a 34-year veteran of the Rhode Island Department of Elderly Affairs, has helmed the center since 2002.