Medically supervised Exercise Programs

Heart to Heart

60-minute class held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:00 am, 8:00 am, 9:00 am or 10:00 am.

For more information and registration, please call Cardiac Rehab at (530) 582-3478.

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Tahoe Forest Heart to Heart- Pritikin Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation

Have you experienced a heart attack or heart event? Heart to Heart is a medically monitored exercise and education program delivered by Cardiac Nurses and Exercise Physiologists. Classes are offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.

For more information and registration, please call Cardiac Rehab at (530) 582-3478.

Community Exercise and Yoga Classes

Group Exercise Classes

Add variety to your exercise routine with one of our targeted, state-of-the-art group exercise classes for individuals of all fitness levels. All classes have a specific focus to optimize your health and fitness, including restorative yoga and Pilates, senior fitness, all-levels yoga and Pilates mat, Dance Fit, and more. Group exercise classes are available with a monthly membership, a 10-pack, or purchased on a drop-in basis. Seniors receive a discounted monthly membership rate.

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

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Silver Age Chair Yoga for Seniors

**Due to COVID, this class is on hold until further notice.**

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 in the Truckee Senior Center Community Room. Please call (530) 550-7600 for class times. 

For more information, please call (530) 550-7600.

Fitness Forever

This senior program has been inspiring men and women to fitness for over 13 years. Cardio endurance segment features low and non‚Äźimpact aerobic dance. Weightlifting segment uses small hand weights and resistance bands to sculpt and tone muscles while building endurance. Combined with balance, flexibility and functional fitness, this is a great class for seniors of all fitness levels! Fitness Forever classes occur Mondays and¬†Saturdays¬†at 10:00¬†am every week.

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

Education, Coaching and Self-Management Classes

Health Coaching

Become your BEST, HEALTHIEST self! Do you know what to do to become healthier, but just haven't been able to stick with it? Change is not easy! Coaching helps you find your own motivation for making a change and has been shown to be the most effective strategy for LASTING behavior change.

  • Get clear on your health vision
  • Set goals, and plan your path to success
  • Become inspired and stay accountable
  • Connect with your personal values and motivators
  • Recognize and overcome barriers
  • Set your own pace

THIS time, make your health habits stick! Your certified health and wellness coach will support you with unwavering confidence in your ability to achieve your dreams.

3 Months of 1:1 Coaching Sessions/Support: $199 (includes 90-minute initial session plus follow up sessions structured to meet your personal needs) or 90-minute Initial Session: $99 with Follow-up Package Discounts

For more information or to register, please call the Tahoe Forest Center for Health at (530) 587-3769 or email Pre-registration required. 

Take Control of your Health! - Self Management Programs for Chronic Disease (CDSMP), Diabetes (DSMP), and Chronic Pain (CPSMP)

Evidenced-based programs developed by Stanford School of Medicine. FREE six-week series for individuals with a chronic disease and/or their caregivers. Receive support and learn the information and skills to manage chronic conditions on a daily basis to improve health and quality of life.

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