Movement for the ageless: Classes in Waterford bring together kids and seniors
Waterford — Prekindergarten students from Nancee Terracciano's class at The Friendship School joined seniors Thursday in a SYNERGY movement class led by Michele Flowers through the Waterford Senior Center at the town's Community Center.
The school, run by regional independent school operator LEARN, is adjacent to the community/senior center, and the class was part of ongoing collaboration between the school and the seniors.
The SYNERGY class combines elements of yoga, tai chi and qi gong. On Friday another group of students will join a line dancing class.
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