Classes will begin at the Monroeville hospital in 2012.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Beginning the first week in January, Forbes Regional Hospital in Monroeville will offer prenatal yoga classes. Classes will be led by a yoga-trained Perinatal Fitness Instructor. The gentle stretching and toning exercises help prepare pregnant women’s bodies for delivery and aid in recovery after delivery. No previous yoga experience is required. A physician or midwife must sign consent prior to starting class. Classes will be held Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. in the hospital’s learning centers. Classes are $5 each or participants can purchase five classes for $25 and receive the sixth class for free. Registration is required. To sign up, call 1-877-284-2000.
The Plum Senior Community Center’s new program coordinator is looking to the community for ideas and creating an environment for everyone to enjoy.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Erin Hill
Saturday, April 9, 2011
The Plum Senior Community Center’s program coordinator is the linchpin of the center, according to Nina Segelson, executive director. This person is responsible for creating and running organized, well-received events and classes, promoting those activities, and fostering connections among and the entire Plum community, she said. New program coordinator Melanie Pfeiffer-Parente’s connections to the community, enthusiasm and background were impressive, Segelson said, winning her the coordinator job at the center in January over a dozen other people. “It takes a lot or coordination and organization to bring everything together around here,” Segelson said. “There’s a lot to do, and Melanie hasn’t disappointed.” Pfeiffer-Parente’s approach has…