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LFC Management

 

LifeFit Center @ The Beach
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90840
Phone: (562) 985-2015
Email: LFCBeach@csulb.edu

 

HOURS OF OPERATION
Day Hours
Mon - Thurs 8:30am - 7pm
Fri 8:30am - 2pm
Sat 8:30am - 12pm
Sun CLOSED

 

 

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OLLI CLASSES AT THE LFC

2014 WINTER OLLI CLASSES

OLLIWinter 14

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Discover the Exercisor Within You
Whether you like to exercise or not, come and explore what being an exercise4r means. Discover how exercise can benefit an individual physically, mentally, spiritually, and socially. Examine the definition of exercise and how much one actually needs to move to glean the benefits of regular physical activity.

Longevity Stick
The purpose of Longevity Stick is to prevent disease, protect your health, and increase concentration. The objectives include developing better balance, increasing physical strength by stretching the muscles and tendons, and supplying a greater amount of oxygen to the body through deep breathing. Bring a one-inch dowel, one to two inches longer than your height, with rubber (not plastic) end caps. 

Tai Chi Chih
Tai Chi Chih is an American version of a Chinese system for maintaining health and balance. There are 19 movements and one pose in this discipline. Students can be taught this simple program regardless of physical capability. Class limit: 30

Meditation
Dr. Arnette has been teaching healing arts for over 25 years. In this 4-week course he will introduce simple meditative techniques to practice in one’s daily life for physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Emphasis will be on the practice of meditation and related techniques such as breathing and light stretching and philosophy. Meditation is accompanied by a host of biochemical and physical changes in the body
that regulate metabolism, heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, brain activity and the experience of pain.

Special Mix of Senior Yoga, Qigong, and Tai Chi 
Everything you always wanted to learn about yoga, but were afraid to try! Come prepared to participate in a relaxing, fun way to stay young in body, mind and spirit. All levels welcome, with or without a mat. Objectives: create ease in seniors who want to learn and participate in yoga; teach basic yoga skills and philosophy; help seniors learn how to breath and exercise their way to improved or stabilized mobility and health.