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Are you 55+ and looking for a place to socialize with others and learn more about issues that affect your health? Flemingdon Heath Centre offers opportunities that promote better health, wellness, social and recreational activities. We offer exercise classes, health workshops, arts & crafts and much more.

Check out the list of programs below and get involved!

Better Living Exercise Program (This is a program mainly for seniors 65+)

Gentle Fitness: Suggested for individuals with little or no fitness experience, that may or may not use assistive devices.

Healthy Heart & Body Balance: Suggested for individuals who have some fitness experience, are able to lift 2 pound weights, stand without the assistance of a device/chair and participate in standing and sitting exercises

Check the calendar for upcoming classes and locations!

Fairview Mall Walking Group

Interested in staying fit and doing some walking during the winter months? Join the Fairview Mall Walking Group.

Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement Sessions

Sessions will explore simple movements that trigger new neural pathways, which can eliminate pain and create mind-blowing ease of mobility.

Check the calendar for more information about upcoming sessions

Chinese Knitting Club - Fairview Location

Relax and Learn! How to knit scarves, hats, booties, sweaters and more! This program is open for all Mandarin and Cantonese speakers

Check the calendar for upcoming dates!

Bone Fit

Are you living with Osteoporosis? Or have you been recently diagnosed with Osteoporosis? If so, we can help you connect with an exercise professional to teach you the right exercises for osteoporosis. Contact Cinthya 416-640-5298 ext. 203 for more information.

Tiered Exercise Program Training (TEP)

The Tiered Exercise Program includes three exercise programs for older adults who are either chair-bound, have tranfer ability, or are ambulatory.  The exercise programs are evidence-based, include 10 exercises each that are simple yet progressive, and will help participants maintain or improve their current functional abilities to help them age in place.   

The program also includes a tool to help match participants with the appropriate program level, picture packages for all three programs, and a video of one of the programs.  The TEP can be administered in large or small group format, or one-on-one.  

Who should take the TEP?

  • Front-line staff or caregivers who would like to engage frail homebound older adults in a safe and effective home-based exercise program
  • Family members

To register for one of the Tiered Exercise Program training sessions please use the following link.  Fall and Winter Training sessions will be posted soon.

The Tiered Exercise Program Training is part of the Fit for Life Project, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.