Health and Wellness


This class will improve your balance, stability, and coordination through proven methods from Qigong, Tai Chi, and Western Mind/Body science. Research shows that Tai Chi is an  excellent way for Seniors to develop balance and fluidity of movement; in this class you will be learning an easy, modified Tai Chi form. You will also practice brain-stimulating techniques from Western Science to assist coordination and cognition. In addition, the Qigong movements and mind activity bring inner balance, relaxation, improved immunity, and overall wellbeing. These combined approaches are carefully orchestrated to work on all aspects of balance simultaneously. The class is appropriate for anyone with reasonable mobility who is motivated to maintain a good balance of spirit, mind and body throughout their lives.
Instructor: Shirley Dockstader & Sandy Smith
Location: Main Hall

Shirley Dockstader is an accredited medical qigong teacher and has been teaching the ancient healing movement arts for over 30 years in Marin and San Francisco. She is the producer/writer of Strengthening Your Immune System with Mind & Movement.  Sandy Smith has participated in Shirley Dockstader’s Seniors in Balance Program for 7 years and has been teaching Tai Chi for 4 years. Sandy’s skills as a teacher and performer of traditional music and dance, lend a special insight into her teaching of balance and through Tai Chi.

Bridge for the Beginner

This class is designed for the beginning student to learn and appreciate bridge. The class will move slowly so there will be time to learn the basic elements of bridge. Come and enjoy the fundamentals of bridge and bring a friend.

Beginning Jewelry Making

Learn how to remake your old jewelry into modern fashions. Instructor will teach about the history of jewelry making and how to recognize valuable items. Take home a necklace of your own making.
Instructor: Paula Ramsey
Location: Community Center Classroom

Sutter Vna Flu Shots 

A simple vaccination can significantly reduce your risk of being infected with the flu virus.
It makes a difference where you get your flu shot! Unlike grocery stores and pharmacies, Sutter Care at Home employs registered nurses to administer your vaccination. Each nurse has years of experience administering injections and is trained to assess the health of each individual they vaccinate.
In addition, Sutter Care at Home is a community-based, not-for-profit home health care provider. This means proceeds from fl u shot clinics support Sutter Care at Home’s ability to provide vital home health care to all those in need in the community, regardless of financial circumstances. No reservation is necessary and if you’re enrolled in Medicare Part B, there is no cost for your vaccination. When attending the clinic, please bring your Medicare Part B card and 
a second form of identifi cation to allow Sutter Care at Home to bill Medicare for you. If you are not enrolled in Medicare Part B, the cost for the vaccination is $30 for the Quadrivalent flu vaccine. If you’re unsure about your Medicare coverage, please 
call Denise Sobel at (707) 535-5690, who can verify your coverage. If you’re unable to attend this clinic, please call (800) 500-2400 to locate a clinic in your area.