Senior Virtual Mind-Body-Health
- Healthful Breathing Exercises
- Mindful Movement
- Meditation Techniques for Stress Control and Pain Relief
- The Components of a Healthy Diet
- The Medical Model, Self-Healing, Complimentary and Alternative Medicine
- Wellness Practices and Philosophies From Around the World
Jeanne-Marie Hughes, PhD
Jeanne-Marie Hughes, PhD (“Jeannie”) has taught dance, performance, yoga, fitness, meditation, and wellness in colleges and community settings since 1976. She is on the faculties of SFSU (Kinesiology Department: Fitness, Wellness, and the Global Perspective) and CCSF (PE and Dance Department: Salsa/Latin Dance, Yoga, Folk Dance). Jeanne has enjoyed teaching the community Mind-Body Health class at the Stonestown YMCA for several years, which as been supported by CCSF and then the SF Department of Adult Services.
Every Monday at 1:30 PM PST
Upcoming topics include "Balance and Fall Prevention", "Endurance and Wisdom", "Security and compassion".
AAMG Virtual Health Workshops
AAMG virtual workshops are short informative presentations and Q&A sessions designed to inform and educate adults 60+ and their caretakers.
Workshops begin with a presentation or video followed by a question and answer session with the AAMG physician or staff presenter.
Senior Community Connection
Participants can choose to participate at the level at which they are most comfortable and will receive helpful information and resources that can be accessed from home.
Every Thursday at 3:30 PM PST
Upcoming topics include trivia, holiday traditions and exciting games!
Senior Stress Busters: Ding Sum Method
Stress Busters provide support as a stable resource to help people with new and chronic hardened challenges.
Participants will learn to understand the origin of stress and how this simple tool can be highly effective in helping to eliminate stress. They will have the opportunity to try the technique, share their experiences and ask any questions.
Every 3rd Thursday of every month at 12:00-12:30 PM PST
Quilting and Textile Arts Class
Class begins with a show and tell with what class participants are working on or completed projects. Show and tell is followed by an instruction on a skill in quilting from appliqué, binding, to tracing.
Caroline Lieberman, a former City College of San Francisco Instructor,