Neurobics is a weekly group which meets at EHRS every Monday at 11:00.
The purpose of the group is to ‘unlock the secrets of staying young in an ageing society.’
Our methods are simple, and the strategies we teach are based on, “Challenging the Body, Stimulating the Brain and Lifting the Heart.” Our aim is to manage, postpone, or even eliminate cognitive decline. Neurobics can add years to your life but also, ‘adds LIFE to your years.’
The numerous benefits of Neurobics include: Enjoying better memories; Improving cognitive performance; Strategies to manage stress; Learning new skills to build cognitive reserve; Relaxation & meditation techniques; Tools to enjoy better sleep, Improved physical fitness and mobility; Learning strategies to improve balance, endurance, strength & flexibility; faster speed of reactions; Problem solving; Improved self-confidence & Improving general health & wellbeing.
New members are always welcome!
£7.50 per session
Schmoozing with the Rabbis - NOW ON TUESDAYS
A light hearted topical discussion, in an informal setting. Tuesdays from 10:30-12:15.
16 July with Rabbi Mark Goldsmith
Our popular and friendly weekly sessions are held Wednesdays, 12:45-16:00.
Join us for an enjoyable and sociable afternoon, £3 including tea.
Thursdays, 10:00 - 11:00
Come along every week for only £6. This class is perfect for the active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba Class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and co-ordination. Come ready to sweat and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong! The benefits of this class focuses on all elements of fitness, cardiovascular, flexibility, muscular conditioning and balance.
JACS (JEWISH ASSOCIATION OF CULTURAL SOCIETIES)
A cultural club for the active retired and semi-retired which meets on Thursdays, 13:30–15:30 at EHRS.
4 July - Stuart Winton: Current Affairs
11 July - Brian and Frank: Fab Boys Live Music
18 July - Richard Cohen: Churchill and the Jews
25 July - James Bernard: Back by popular demand
1 August - Ruth Breckman: Selected Andrew Lloyd Webber
8 August - Dr Helen Fry: Jewish Secret Listeners
15 August - Andrew Cox CEO: Supporting people with sight loss
22 August - Colin Oakes: Jewish London
29 August - Gayathrie and Bill: Classics to Broadway songs and Arias from Opera, Operetta, West End & Broadway
For further info please see website www.jumpingjacs.org.uk
We apologise when the programme has to be changed at short notice, due to circumstances beyond our control.
Stuart Winton 020 8954 8350 & Martin Wacholder 020 8950 9158
David Kalms 020 8238 2433
Sheila Levitt 020 8954 6434
Ladies of the community do join us. We are Not The Women’s Guild
Forthcoming events include:-
Monday 15 July
We are holding our annual Merry Berry Summer Social at the home of Sandra in Edgware. If you would like to bring a dessert or savoury to share, please let Sandra know on the number below. We will be choosing a local charity to support as we usually do at this time of year, so please come and nominate your favourite. The subscription on this occasion will be £5.
Tuesday 20 August
Our outing this year will be to Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing, designed by the architect Sir John Soane, and recently restored and reformed. The entry fee is £7, and please let Sandra know as soon as possible if you would like to be included. There is limited capacity, so we will be pre-booking atimed entry, full details nearer the time.
Meetings begin at 20:15 unless otherwise stated, and a warm welcome is extended to all.
A call to the hostess to let her know you are coming would be appreciated.
For further details ring Evie 020 8954 5393 or Sandra 020 8958 7140.
We look forward to seeing you.