Ladies, come join in every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the PAL Harlem Center located on 441 Manhattan Avenue for an evening of fitness!
For the past three years the New York City Strategic Alliance for Health (SAfH) has been working with community based organizations, parents, school personnel and the wider public health community to make the Excellence in School Wellness Award the primary tool to recognize and motivate NYC ele
Moving For Life offers dance exercise classes around NYC for people challenged by cancer and other serious illnesses, including obesity and diabetes. This year they are pleased to announce a new class designed specifically for women with disabilities. For a full list of classes, lectures, and events, please view the attached file for their Spring 2016 classes.
Join Bike New York for a 3 hour on-bike class for adults and mature teens who have recently learned how to ride a bike or who want to improve their core cycling skills. You'll have the chance to learn the following skills at the class:
Come celebrate moving in strong and creative ways with Movement Speaks at Central Harlem Senior Centers!
Tai chi is a very old Chinese martial art. Originally practiced as a form of self defense, today it is recognized for its many health benefits.
As we begin the New Year, we all want to start it off right. Now that the holidays have come and gone, we are all heading back to work with a fresh start. Continue to feel less tired and more energized with these helpful tips!