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Physical Education
Veterans Memorial
Senior Center
939 Valota Rd
Redwood City, CA 94061
(650) 368-7732

We have been given the go-ahead to start offering in-person classes again!!

    The Adaptive Physical Education program began in 1989 and was originally sponsored through Cañada College. We are committed to our community - come join us for strength training, yoga, and more to improve your fitness!

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News & Events

  • Active Aging Week – October 18-22 Sign up for one or more of our free events
    Free t-shirts included, of course!
  • Class Offerings - You may join anytime More Details
  • FREE Classes sponsored by the Parkinson’s Foundation – Join Anytime!
    The generous support of The Parkinson's Foundation allows us to offer these courses FREE OF CHARGE!  We are now recruiting participants, so if you have Parkinson's, or know someone who does, please refer them to us.  You may call for more information: (650) 368-7732; email us.
    Gait Improvement Class (in-person classes with a Zoom option)
    **Date/Time: Mondays, 4:00-5:00 p.m. Location: Redwood City Armory
    **Description: Focus on movements and techniques for improving stride length as well as tempo and stability. Attention will also focus on foot an hip function and the role they play in movement quality. We will also review movement patterns with activities contributing to gait which would include sit-to-stand, ground-to-stand, upper extremity activities, and posture. We will identify which muscles are firing or not at appropriate times during the gait cycle. The secondary goal of the class is to be able to multi-task with these movements.
    **Instructors: Scott Lohmann and Sang Pvongnak

    Mobility and Stretching Class (in-person classes with a Zoom option)
    **Date/Time: Thursday, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Location:  Redwood City Armory
    **Description: Class will emphasize breathing, joint function, mobility, range-of-motion. Special focus on trunk, spinal mobility and hamstring flexibility which plays a vital role in hip extension—a key element of efficient walking. The ultimate goal is to empower students to self-evaluate regularly to address their bodies’ needs.
    **Instructors: Scott Lohmann and Sang Pvongnak

    Dates and times are not yet confirmed for the following:
    **Yoga for Spanish Speakers
    **Compassion Training for Spanish Speaking Caregivers
  • For those of you who wish to continue exercising indoors, in the comfort of your home, this is the perfect time to sign up for our Digital Membership!

    For a modest fee of $45 per month, you will have access to any and all Zoom classes offered by us during the month, as well as unlimited access to our YouTube library, comprising almost 100 videos. You will be asked to register one time on-line for the Zoom classes. The Zoom classes are live in real time, but the YouTube classes can be viewed at any time. We now have two Zoom classes for people with Parkinson's that will remain free of charge.


  • Ageless Movement Podcast on YouTube with Scott and Sang Check them out!
  • Boxing for People with Parkinson’s Disease or Neurological Conditions

    Fridays, 2:00 pm., on Zoom. Join anytime! 
    Class dates extended:  August 27 through October 22.
    12 week class will be taught by Mallory Chick, PT, DPT, Kaiser Permanente
    Neuro Physical Therapy Resident

    Boxing is both a fun and engaging form of exercise that has been shown to be
    beneficial to persons diagnosed with PD. Boxing challenges all areas of fitness
    that can help reduce risk of falls.
    1) Participants must be able to walk for 20 minutes without assistive device.
    2) Not required for participant to be able to get up/down from floor, but there
    will be movement options that include getting on/off the floor.

    Please call us ahead with any questions at (650) 368-7732, or register one time
    through this link and you will be sent an email with the link to join the class:

  • Free Tai Chi Classes Learn More:
  • Scott’s Corner: Check out Scott's health tips: 
    How Much Exercise is Necessary?
    Nutritional Confusion
    Preparing for Knee Surgery
    Get Up!
    How is Your Breathing?
  • Check out Sequoia Strong a free resource guide to services and activities for older adults and seniors in our area.
  • Please Visit Our New Home: 939 Valota Road, Redwood City, CA 94061
  • Our Mailing Address:  1455 Madison Avenue, Redwood City, CA 94061