Living Well

At RWC, the majority of our residents actively engage in fitness activities at our beautiful Life Enrichment Center. We invite you to take a virtual tour to see for yourself! Our goal is to assist you in living life to the fullest.

Living Well at RWC takes a personalized approach to overall well-being. Our team of health and fitness professionals meet individually with each new resident to develop a tailored wellness program, supporting you in establishing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Throughout any given month, you will have a variety of physical activities to choose from. Approximately 85 percent of our residents participate in some form of exercise routine. We provide different levels of fitness classes including:

  • Yoga
  • Tai Chi
  • Strength-and-balance exercises
  • Low-impact aerobics
  • Aquatic activities

If you prefer outdoor activities, our picturesque wooded campus offers options such as kayaking, canoeing, and fishing on our lake. You can also enjoy trail walks or runs on over two miles of well-maintained paths. Golf, tennis and pickleball facilities are conveniently located nearby as well.

Life Enrichment Center video

Socialization is key video

RWC also offers special programs for people with special needs including our Fit to Move classes for folks with Parkinson’s disease.

CCRCs Can Help Seniors Overcome Obstacles to Physical Activity

In the upper half of the country, summertime presents many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. While such physical activity has an array of health benefits for seniors, many people become increasingly inactive as they age, often as the result of chronic conditions or mobility limitations. In fact, according to the CDC, by the age of 75, about one in three men and one in two women engage in no physical activity, though it is recommended that people 65 and older get at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity activity.

Read more about the many perks of staying active in our latest blog post.

Check these blog posts about things to know about brain health.

Nutrition tip:
Make sure that half of your plate is filled with veggies.

— RWC Fitness Specialist

Wellness tip:
Chair stands or sit and stands are so important. This is such a good functional exercise. Just take a minute to stand up and sit down. Start with just 1 or 2 and work your way up.

— RWC Fitness Specialist

Request our Living Well brochure for more details on healthy living at RWC.