Health and well-being are more than what you eat and how much you move. We empower our clients to seek ways to live a balanced life. 

Private Yoga Sessions
If you feel intimidated to attend a group yoga class, want to learn specific modifications for your body, or have a schedule that makes group classes inaccessible, consider private or small group yoga. Work with an experienced, professional yoga instructor to create personalized breathing, movement and/or meditation practice that addresses your specific needs. You can choose to work one-on-one or with one or more friends, at a time that suits your schedule.

For more information, please call the Tahoe Forest Center for Health at (530) 587-3769.

Massage
Various types of therapeutic massage are offered to ease muscle tension, promote relaxation, loosen muscles, increase flexibility, etc.

View the Massage Therapy Menu.

Silver Age Chair Yoga for Seniors
Yoga can be practiced by everyone, including seniors who have physical and cognitive limitations. Silver Age Yoga is mostly performed in a chair and helps increase flexibility and mobility and improve balance. Participants gently stretch all body parts such as the neck, hands and legs and perform breathing exercises. FREE classes are offered every Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00-11:00 am in the Truckee Senior Center Community Room.

For more information, please call the Tahoe Forest Center for Health at (530) 587-3769.

Yoga Workshops
Yoga workshops are an opportunity for deeper work on a specific area, for example, a physical focus such as shoulder openers, an emotional focus such as practicing forgiveness, or a mental focus, such as goal setting. Most workshops are open to all levels of fitness and yoga. Scheduling varies.

Click here for a printable Yoga flyer with pricing 

For more information, please call the Tahoe Forest Center for Health at (530) 587-3769.

Biofeedback

Biofeedback can relieve and ease chronic pain, reduce stress and anxiety and increase relaxation by training the patient in relaxation, mindfulness, and self-regulation skills. Precise instruments measure physiological activity such as heart function, breathing, muscle activity and skin temperature and accurately “feed back” to the user to promote changes in thinking, emotions, and behavior. What we can see, we can change.

For more information, click here, or call the Tahoe Forest Center for Health at (530) 587-3769.