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Classes & Events

Our community is important to us: we want to help you stay healthy and to be up-to-date on the latest news in health care. Here are some of the latest classes, seminars, tours and other events we've developed with you in mind.

Please note: a 10 percent discount will be offered for seniors, St. Anthony's employees (who must use their valid St. Anthony's e-mail address when registering) or those enrolling in multiple paid classes. If you have any questions about our classes, please call 314-ANTHONY (268-4669). 

Upcoming Classes & Events


Pilates Mat Class - Monday

Monday, September 24 9:15 AM to 10:15 AM
8 openings available

Instructed by Jean Curtis. Pilates is a low impact method of exercise designed to stretch and strengthen the muscles especially core muscles. Through a series of mat exercises that strengthen back and leg muscles, and tighten, strengthen and flatten the stomach, participants will build endurance, improve posture, balance, flexibility and can decrease or prevent back pain. Exercises can be adapted to provide gentle strengthening as well as more challenging forms as ability increases. This is an excellent class to build a healthier and stronger body.

This class meets 6 times, each Monday through October 29, 2018.


Arthritis Exercise Class+ - Monday

Monday, September 24 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
10 openings available

Instructed by Jean Curtis. This class offers low-impact exercises that can be done either sitting or standing to help relieve stiffness and pain and to build strength and stamina.

This class meets a total of 6 times through October 29, 2018.

Note: To register for the Thursday Arthritis Exercise Class click here.


Tai Chi for Health - Monday

Monday, September 24 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
3 openings available

Instructed by Craig Miller. Is a system of gentle movements that has been shown to improve balance, increase muscle strength and range of motion, strengthen the cardiovascular and immune systems, open the joints, and improve heart and lung function. Movements can be done standing or sitting and are suitable for adults and seniors of all levels of ability.

This class meets 6 times, each Monday through October 29, 2018.

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