Fitness Classes


All Classes at the Saltmarsh Senior Center, 81 Washington St. Ext. 

Call 508-228-4490 with questions.

Low Impact Aerobic Exercise Class

8:45 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Join Nancy Swain for a low impact program that is best for those who wish to work at a mild pace, allowing flexibility for those not wanting to go beyond their usual exertion level. Maximum capacity 25.

High Impact Aerobics Class

10:05 a.m on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Join Hannah Judy Gretz for Non -impact aerobics (NIA) which is an intentional dance that comprises 52 moves designed to exercise the joints, and promote flexibility, agility, and stability.  NIA combines nine movement forms, three each from Healing Arts, Martial Arts & Dance Arts.  All movements can be done at three levels: close to the body, medium range or as big & athletic as you want. Maximum capacity 15.

Stability Ball/Strength Training with Nancy Swain

8:00 to 8:50 a.m. Tuesdays

We will use the Stability Ball as the primary source of training with this class.  A warm-up, followed by the use of weights for upper body, also working with Dyna Bands, Tubing.  Sit ups will be performed an the ball as well as the floor, followed by stretching and a relaxation session.  Bring your own ball if possible.  Maximum Capacity=8


9:00 a.m. Tuesdays.
10:00 a.m. Thursdays.

Barbara Rives, instructor. Barbara assists beginners and continuing students with yoga instruction. All are welcome. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat if you have one. Maximum capacity 20.

Kettle Bell Class

7:50 a.m. Thursdays.

Joe Aquiar, instructor. This program includes a warm-up, lifting and agility drills with a 5lb. kettle bell and a warm down. During this class you will increase your heart rate & improve coordination and balance. This is a supplement to the stability ball/strength class on Tuesday. Maximum capacity 12.

Tai Chi

9:00 a.m. Thursdays

Nancy Rappaport, instructor. Everyone is welcome to learn about this ancient marital art which is a non-impact exercise providing health benefits of increased flexibility, balance and well-being. Maximum capacity 12.