The effort to join is small but the benefits to one's general health and feeling of well-being are so beyond measure! All participants are required to complete a Health Questionnaire prior to their first class and wear sneakers (or rubber-soled shoes).

Please review our Fitness class guidelines

Every participant who would like to enjoy the exercise classes MUST fill out a Fair Lawn Senior Center Membership Form, a Health Questionnaire (which must be signed by a doctor for approval to participate in the fitness program) and be responsible for keeping the information current.  Health Questionnaires must be updated at least every 5 years.


This class includes no aerobic movement.  This session will help improve balance, posture and coordination by performing energizing stretches and yoga poses.  A chair is used for seated and/or standing support.  Nancy Whittaker, Instructor



A low/moderate aerobic workout that incorporates a wide variety of movements using different equipment and class styles. Maria Morone-Zotto, Instructor



 This total body training class strengthens major muscle groups and improves range of motion with the use of dumbbells, resistance bands, fitness balls and weighted bars.  A chair is used for seated and/or standing support.  Nancy Whittaker, Instructor



This is a mat-only class to improve your posture and build core muscle groups through a variety of exercises designed to strengthen your coreabdomen and back muscles.  All participants must bring their own mat and towel to class. Nancy Whittaker, Instructor



The Chinese have practiced this non-impact form of exercise for thousands of years. The mental, physical and emotional benefits of an accomplished student of Tai Chi are fantastic. Some attribute the longevity and excellent health of the elderly to this daily practice. These classes also incorporate Qigong which is a powerful system of healing and energy medicine from China. It is the art and science of using and breathing techniques, gentle movement, meditation to cleanse, strengthen and circulate the life energy (qi). Qigong practice leads to better health and vitality and a tranquil state of mind.  Paul Shansky, Instructor



We invite anyone interested in social dancing to gather on Sunday afternoons and boogie to varied selections of recorded music from tango to waltz to the cha-cha. Get ready for your next big event! Tuxedos are not required.  Fred Meyer, Volunteer Leader  


Country and City Line Dancing is very popular and features dances from the “Achy Breaky” to the “Electric Slide.”  Our dancers are enthused, energetic and ever ready when it comes to dancing!   Volunteers return to guide participants in a cooperative effort and all are welcome. Leda Arad, Celine Behnke, Helen Massone, Carleen Ulinsky, Volunteer Leaders