Fitness Classes and Health Clinics

The Lincoln Council on Aging offers an array of programs and services to help you stay healthy and fit!


exerciseSTRETCH AND FLEX! Designed for all fitness levels.  Start with a  gentle warm-up and then progress to resistance training using Thera-bands or free-weights (Both provided by the COA). No floor work. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30 am; $3 per class; no need to sign up. Taught by Terri Zaborowski.

ACTIVE AGING Start with a stretch and warm-up followed by 30 minutes of muscle toning and strengthening using hand weights. Seated and standing exercisers.  No floor work. Last 15 minutes of class is an aerobic dance routine and cooldown. Weights are available at the Center or bring your own. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1 pm; $3 per class; no need to sign up. Taught by Terri Zaborowski

TAI CHI FOR HEALTH, REHABILITATION, AND WELLNESS This Tai Class meets for three sessions of about 10 weeks each in the fall, winter, and spring. It is usually held at various times on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Participants need to sign up in advance. The cost varies by level and how many hours of class per week are attended. Taught by Jane Moss.

LINE DANCING Come enjoy the fun and fitness of line dancing most Wednesdays, with Katrina Rotondi. $3 payable the day of the class. No sign up needed!


We offer two podiatry clinics per month for routine foot care by appointment, usually on the first Tuesday and third Wednesday of the month from 9 am to 11 am. Please see our newsletter for dates. The clinic tends to fill up quickly, so please call early for your appointment. $10 donation requested. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Council on Aging and the Pierce House.


Residents of all ages are welcome to come to our Wellness Clinics which take place two times per month at Bemis Hall and Lincoln Woods. The clinics are free and staffed by a nurse from Emerson Hospital Home Care. You may get a blood pressure check or body mass index calculation, talk over a health concern, get information about nutrition and fitness and more! The clinics are not intended to diagnose or treat new illnesses. The clinics are funded by the Ogden Codman Trust and the Pierce House. See the COA's News from Bemis Hall for dates and times.

Please enjoy this video of our amazing line dancers!