Senior recreation center Sunshine Place continues to bring hope and inspiration to its homebound members with its “sunshine online” classes.
The popular art classes offered at the center are now open online for seniors, as well as adults and kids.
Art Association of the Philippines president and acrylic instructor Fidel Sarmiento will mentor participants all throughout the sessions with hands-on techniques, application of different brushes and basic strokes, and color rendering. Those interested in porcelain plate painting can learn under Mee Lee Casey.
Members can also discover the beauty and healing power of music through music classes including piano, voice, and music therapy.
There are also special dance classes like Chair Dancing by Danny Vinculado, which gives opportunities for the elderly in wheels or walkers, or those with hip or lower leg injury to be energized. Pound Fitness, under the instruction of Pound Pro Neru Salas, is an extension of Chair Dancing and the first hybrid class catering to both able clients and PWDs. Seniors dance to the beat, hitting the drumsticks, exercising both body and musicality.
Zumba Gold classes under Zin Emily Osorio, on the other hand, provide lower intensity workouts appropriate for active seniors; while Dekada, under former member of Manoeuvres and Hotlegs, Mark Soler Cruz, highlights popular dance craze of yesterday and today.
Instructor Jose Antonio Anonas leads the Sunshine Place’s Tai Chi Yang Style (24 movements) for beginners.
Sunshine Place also has online classes with Life Care Fitness Management Inc. personal trainers Danica Bautista, Richard Olivas, Danica Duka, and Philip Gutang; as well as online Physical Therapy consultations and workshops with Josh Manoharan to help manage back pains and other body issues.
Contact 0917-515-5656 to enroll in art and music classes or 0917-801-6440 for fitness, dance, and therapy wellness consultations and workshops.
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