by Jan Heise
In September, PVE celebrated Active Aging Week and we certainly enjoy a wide variety of physical fitness activities designed for every level of ability here.
by Jeanne Michael
When Paradise Valley Estates was a new organization, physical activity classes developed quickly, but then residents began to wish for things that would stimulate one’s brain and make the mind think.
by Jan Olson
The difference between living independently and needing skilled nursing care as you age can depend in large part on your muscle mass and strength.
Increased activity can boost your mood, give you increased energy, and put a big smile on your face.
by Bruce Bartels
After long discussions and negotiations, the NorthBay Clinic at Paradise Valley Estates is a reality.
We’re proud to announce our newest class offering: Zumba® with Andrea.
by Jerry Mulenburg
When I think about it, golf is really not a game for old men. So why do they do it?
by Julie Turner
Life moves so fast during the holidays, you might miss the arrival of two unwelcome guests: loneliness and depression.
by Susan Hashimoto
When I was three years old, with a strong urging by the doctor, my grandmother started taking me to Nihon Buyo dance lessons taught by a young local dance teacher named Okubo Sensei.
by Linda Jaffe
It’s possible to dance your way to better health—and there’s no better way to socialize while you exercise!