Are You Aging Well?
Updated: Apr 13
What does it mean to “Age Well”? Often when we approach those milestone birthdays at age 50, 60 and 70, we begin to get serious about the years ahead of us and how to keep ourselves active, vital, productive and joy filled. According to a study by Psychology Today, women over 65 defined aging well based on three factors:
maintaining physical function,
maintaining cognitive function (i.e., memory, decision-making, etc.) and
continued involvement in social activities and productive pursuits.
At age 64, I define aging well for myself as the ability to do the things I love with the people I love for as long as possible. My intention is to do just that!
I have been blessed with the opportunity to design and facilitate Statera’s Aging Well program. We work with individuals from age 45 and forward to define what aging well means for them. We know that we are all unique in our abilities, needs and goals, so we offer individualized coaching, as well as group support, for your journey. This program goes much deeper than a typical diet and exercise program. During the 10-weeks, we examine how you move your body, how you think about health and wellness, how you nourish your body and how you connect with yourself and your world—four factors that will lead to healthy aging. We help you understand that it is never too late to make the small changes that will nurture your mind, body and spirit for a lifetime.
Our next Aging Well Program begins on Tuesday, March 23rd at 5:30pm. This session will be a combination of virtual (Zoom) classes and in-person or virtual coaching, based on your comfort level. The entire program can be accomplished virtually if you live outside the tri-state area. I would love to answer your questions or provide more information about this exciting and unique program. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule an appointment for a free consultation at 563-207-8932. Class size is limited to six so reserve your spot now!
Blessings and Live Well,