Vital Living Program
A Senior Center of Excellence
The Vital Living Program serves our community by providing fellowship, entertainment, recreation, lifelong learning opportunities, health, wellness & exercise instruction for adults who are age 50 or better throughout Forsyth County. Activities and program offerings are selected to support the ever changing interests of retirement aged individuals.
With regularly scheduled programs, ranging from creative, to mental and physical exercise, the Vital Living program offers folks of all abilities, bridge, book club/discussion groups, writers groups, seminars about Medicare and Social Security and help with your computer or smart phone issues. We also offer the opportunity to volunteer your talents and participate in fellowship groups, adult coloring, arts and crafts, social and healing groups, Tai Chi, yoga for health, wellness and balance and warm water exercise. Wow!
Keep reading to find a program that will match your interest, or click on any of the links to the right for specific descriptions of all our activities!
“Senior Center without Walls.”
Many of Vital Living’s ongoing programs occur at the center, while many more occur outside its walls. The Vital Living program has earned the innovative designation of a “Senior Center without Walls.”
Vital Living sponsors Outward Adventures in Lifelong Learning at Mt. Tabor UMC, 3543 Robinhood Rd, WS on Thursday afternoons. Click here for series listing.
- Way Back Wednesdays - Local, World, Ancient and Current History
- Movement Re-Imagined: Therapy for the Body/Mind
- A Matter of Balance
- Living Healthy with Chronic Disease
- Living Healthy with Diabetes
Vital Living’s recent addition of a walking trail behind the center, its outdoor gazebo and its garden club offer all kinds of outdoor recreational opportunities in good weather, as well.
Programs You Haven’t Been Able to Find anywhere Else!
Other organizations utilize the center for a venue for trainings such as Healing Touch, Art of Living Foundation, and the International Association of Human Values to name a few. Ask for information about no cost for Healing Touch sessions for caregivers or for Veteran’s courses to teach methods for countering PTSD. They may be the right program, at the right time, for you.