Tuesday, May 21, 28, June 4, 11
10:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. (Library)
People are living longer and want to maintain active and productive lives. The Study of Adult Development from Harvard University shows that there are several factors that determine our health as we age. These include how one copes with stress, whether one cultivates a strong spiritual life, maintains a healthy weight, doesn’t smoke cigarettes, exercises regularly, maintains strong social relationships, and pursues life-long education.
Aging well requires us to be more mindful about the choices we make. The benefits of choosing to age well include more energy, better relationships, and an overall sense of greater vitality.
Living Compass invites us all to think about how we can age well in heart, soul, strength, and mind. There are many things that we have control over as we age. What can you celebrate and embrace? What are you most looking forward to? What issues or concerns do you face as you age?
We hope this class will help you think about the ways in which you can maintain or improve your wellness even as you grow older. Led by Daphne Vernon, Director of Spiritual Formation. For more Information or to register, contact Daphne at firstname.lastname@example.org.