Chinatown YMCA Active Older Adults Program

Aging Well Together is a free program for older adults ages 60+ and anyone ages 18-59 with a disability. Participants can take advantage of functional exercises classes designed by our wellness trainers and benefit from social events ranging from lunches, tea time, birthday celebrations, group outings, and community service opportunities to foster friendships and camaraderie. It’s never too late to make new friends, learn new things and get active.

Program details:

- For individuals age 60+ and Ages 18-59 with Disability
- Monthly outings
- Monthly interest-based or educational workshops like digital literacy, emergency planning and nutritious cooking
- Drop in hours available twice a week to meet with friends, play games, and socialize
- Most programming occurs between 10 am and 3 pm on weekdays at the Chinatown YMCA

For more information, please contact Bonny Li at bli@ymcasf.org or call 415.748.3569.

Click here for our most current schedule of events. 

This program is supported by Metta Fund and the Department of Aging and Adult Services of the City of San Francisco. 

People 

Monica Lai
(415) 748-3548

Monica leads the Chinatown bilingual membership staff, as well as oversees senior programming, branch marketing and communications, as well as the Immigrant Support Center team. Monica is dedicated to her staff and is a supportive and motivating leader. She is devoted to serving her community and nurturing Chinatown's growth to it's highest potential. Monica has worked for the YMCA since the Chinatown branch re-opened in 2010. 

Bonny Li
415-748-6569

Bonny oversees programming for our active older adult population at Chinatown. With over 10 years of experience working with seniors, Bonny creates and plans activities with their best interest at heart. Through the Aging Well Together program, our older adults and adults with disabilities enjoy social. wellness and interest-based offerings at the Chinatown YMCA. Bonny is also a member of our Immigrant Support Center team.