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WANT TO USE OUR GYM OR ATTEND CLASSES?
Fill out 3 REQUIRED medical forms, one to be filled out by your doctor.

 Personal Training Session With Liz       Required Before Gym Use 

 

15 min. sessions.  Trained already and still have questions? We are available and happy to answer questions.

Sneakers and proper attire required/Medical form on file before enrolling and renewed every 2 years.

Sign Up For 3 Fitness Classes Get the 4th free!! (Not including General Fitness or Sittersize)
  Lowest cost class will be free 

(* Class done in chair)

Class


BEST- 1st class free Monday 1:45



Bolly X Monday 12:30



Chair Yoga * Tuesday 10:30



Get Fit- 1st class free Thursday 1:45



Now & Zen * Wednesday 10:30



Pilates (bring ball) Tuesday 9:15



Reiki
20 min. appts. Tuesday 10:00  
Check for availability

Sculpting / Weights Wednesday 12:30



Sweatin To Oldies Wednesday 9:05


Tai Chi Thursday 9:15



Tap (bring shoes) Tuesday 1:30



Yoga (bring mat) Thursdays 10:30


Zumba Friday 1:15




General Fitness
Mon. & Fri. Advanced 9:15 Beginner 10:15

15 classes- $20
30 classes- $40

Sittercise * Mon. & Fri. 11:15am

15 classes- $12 ~ 30 classes- $24

 

Senior Center Classes

Art ClassMondays 1:00pm -3:00pm

 

  

 

 Artists at all levels are welcomed. Students learn to utilize a variety of materials, techniques, and concepts essential to understanding the visual arts and the role of the artist.  

Bring your own supplies.

 

Mahjongg Lessons with Gail

Tuesdays at 10:00 am 

Mahjong is a cognitive game. Researchers in Hong Kong say that mahjong is a viable treatment for dementia, according to the Tech Archive website. Mahjong requires players to use attention, memory, planning and calculation skills. Must register in the office.

Bridge Lessons with Lynn

 

Your brain needs to be used to keep it functioning well. People are living longer and many people are concerned about helping their brains to stay active and alert so they can enjoy this longer life to the full.

Playing bridge regularly stimulates your brain and helps keep your memory active and your brain alert. Sign up in the office.

Spanish class:  

 

Yiddish:

Office on Aging
Caryl Greenberg

cgreenbe@sbtnj.net
Director
Senior Center
540 Ridge Road
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852
732-329-4000 x7670
or
732-438-0918
(rotary phones)
Transportation
732-329-4000 x7363
Center Hours
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sundays
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.