Free seniors health assessment Oct. 17 at Kelowna Family Y

This assessment takes approximately 45 minutes and includes a series of tests.

  • Oct. 15, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Seniors have several program options at the YMCA to stay healthy and active and a good place to start is with ahealth assessment.

The YMCA of Okanagan offers Seniors Health Assessments for free to the public approximately three times a year with the next session taking place on Friday, Oct. 17, from 8am-2pm at the Kelowna Family Y—375 Hartman Road.

This assessment takes approximately 45 minutes and includes a series of tests to assess your blood pressure, cardiovascular endurance, blood glucose levels, flexibility, strength agility and more.

Registration is required for this free Seniors Health Assessment as space is limited. Please contact the Kelowna Family YMCA Member Services team at 250-491-9622 to reserve your spot today.

Learn more about YMCA seniors programs at ymcaokanagan.ca.

 

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