Move Yourself! Salem County with Walk N Talks and Chair Yoga
Salem, NJ- The Salem County Department of Health & Human Services announces the “Move Yourself!” Walk N Talks and schedule. The November 2016 Walk N Talks will take place on selected dates at various parks throughout the county. All walks start at 10 am.
The Office of Aging is offering a free box lunch to participating seniors on Thursday, November 3 and Tuesday, November 15. To receive the free- boxed lunch, the participant must be over 60 years of age, fill out a small registration form, and RSVP by 8:00 am the day before. Seniors must call (856) 339-8622 to register for the boxed lunch. The box lunch is prepared by the Italian Kitchen of Pennsville and meets the nutrition requirements of the State Office of Aging.
The exercise schedule is part of the We Can! campaign to encourage residents with special needs to participate. We Can! Walks are on dates with ** before it. Caregivers and support staff are welcomed to attend. If a special needs resident requires transportation, please contact the Salem County Office of Aging at (856) 339-8622 in advance.
Below is the list of dates and locations for November 2016:
- Tues. Nov. 1 – Riverview Beach Park, Route 49, Pennsville – Talk: Benefits of Exercise
- **Thurs. Nov. 3- Salem County Recreation Park, Corner of Route 130 and Perkintown Rd, Oldmans Township – Talk: Benefits of Walking
- **Tues. Nov. 15 – Marlton Recreation Park, 123 Marlton Rd., Woodstown – Talk: Benefits of Yoga
- Tues. Nov. 29 – Fort Mott State Park, Fort Mott Rd., Pennsville – Talk: Benefits of Tai Chi
(In the event of severe weather, the exercise class may be cancelled please contact the Health Department at 856-935-7510, extension 8302.)
See the Walk N Talks Official Flyer below:
For more information about Move Yourself! Salem County, visit us online at health.salemcountynj.gov.
Also, get regular updates and walk dates and times at our Facebook page, located at www.facebook.com/SalemCountyHealth. We look forward to seeing our returning walkers and meeting new residents.