Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL) is a strength, balance, and fitness class for adults 65 and older. As we get older, doing regular strength, balance, and flexibility exercises protects our health and independence, and helps prevent falls. Regular exercise is a great way to relieve stress, sleep better, get more energy, and grow stronger. About the SAIL Program: SAIL (Stay Active Independent for Life) is an evidenced based health promotion class focusing on strength, balance, and overall fitness. The program as been proven to help prevent falls and has been approved by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Council on Aging (NCOA). A typical 60 minute exercise class includes the following:
Mandatory Balance Exercises
Mandatory Strength Exercises (Arms and Legs)
Cool Down Stretching while talking about an educational topic
Some Benefits to YOU include: Develop and maintain an active lifestyle, engaging in a positive volunteer experience, travel reimbursement, volunteer recognition events, helping others see the benefits of an active lifestyle, and gain more community connection. During COVID training will be provided virtually. All classes can be taught virtually. Once classes resume in person, the locations will be determined within the Metro Area.
Contact Sarah Tarleton 612.437.0526 or email@example.com for more information!
RSVP offers maximum flexibility for people 55 and over who want to find challenging, rewarding, and significant service opportunities in their communities. RSVP Volunteers work with local organizations to have impact on critical needs in several focus areas: literacy, housing, food security, independence and well-being for seniors and persons with disabilities, economic opportunity, and service to veterans and military personnel and their families. We give volunteers the flexibility to decide who and how frequently they serve and we support volunteers with placement assistance, free supplemental insurance, and other benefits.
RSVP partners with over 80 nonprofits in the six- county metro area, so we can find you an opportunity that matches your skills, interests, and geographic location. We have hundreds of opportunities in areas such as:
Citizenship--for new Americans
Companionship Education/Literacy--for children and adults
Independent Living for Seniors
Health & Medicine
Sports & Recreation
We'll work with your schedule.
3333 N 4th StreetMinneapolis, MN55412
March 25, 2021
First Aid / CPR
Must be at least 55
Orientation or Training
Sessions are twice a week. You can be a leader, co-leader or a sub. Your schedule can be flexible and you can lead the entire class or just one section of it.
You will be leading an exercise program to a group of seniors with a brief health educational piece. Training will be provided at no cost to learn how to lead an exercise class safely and correctly.