From on-site massage, personal training, physical therapy to proactive senior health education, the JCCGW is proud to offer members of all ages a number of ongoing wellness programs and activities that strengthen both body and mind. Explore wellness at the JCCGW and come back often to see what’s new!
Personal training is a great way to commit to your fitness goals. Whether you are interested in one-on-one personal training, duet, small group, or specialty TRX suspension training, our personal trainers offer a variety of options all designed to help you achieve your personal fitness goals.
The JCCGW offers a comprehensive array of therapeutic massage and spa services. All treatments are conducted by highly trained, licensed male and female therapists that specialize in healing body and mind.
60-Minute Massage (Regular Price)
Member: $75 | Nonmember: $85
Great package discounts also available! Contact Andy Stromberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-348-3891.
ProAction Physical Therapy
ProAction Physical Therapy has partnered with the JCCGW to offer physical therapy services at the Center. Treatment is based on a thorough evaluation of strength, flexibility, and overall mobility in order to meet personal goals. Click here to learn more about ProAction Physical Therapy. To schedule an appointment at the Center, call 301-881-2273 or visit www.proactionpt.com.
Senior Health Initiative
With the goal of keeping the Center’s senior adult community healthy and safe, the Senior Health Initiative offers free monthly health screenings and preventative information, from bone density testing and flu shots to fall prevention and diabetic health education, presented in partnership by the JCCGW and Adventist Healthcare. For more information, contact Debbie Sokobin at 301-348-3760 or email@example.com.
Hurwitz Internal Light Program for the Visually Impaired
The George and Tess Hurwitz Internal Light Program offers education and information for visually impaired older adults. Topics include daily living skills, aids and appliances, the latest research on vision and eye diseases, and peer support. The group meets the second Monday of each month. For more information, contact Debbie Sokobin at 301-348-3760 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Low-Vision Support Group
Created for individuals aged 25 to 60 with varying degrees of vision loss, the LowVision Support Group focuses on the interests, concerns, needs, and challenges of vision loss. In addition to networking and sharing concerns, the group often welcomes guest speakers. The Low-Vision Support Group typically meets at the JCCGW on the fourth Tuesday of the month. For more information, contact Anita Cohen at 301-299-7077.
With over 200 members, the New Friends group is designed to help support widows and widowers reenter social settings and connect with others sharing the same circumstances. New Friends meets the first Friday of the month at noon at the Center, and is free with membership. For more information, contact Debbie Sokobin at 301-348-3760 or email@example.com. The JCCGW offers a variety of engaging programs for active seniors.
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