Health and Fitness

The Aging Partners Health and Fitness program focuses on disease and injury prevention. Individuals are encouraged to take measures that decrease risk, promote optimum health and encourage independent living.

Fitness Center
233 S. 10th St., Suite 101
Lincoln, NE 68508

Certified Personal Trainer

A certified personal trainer is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., or by appointment. There is a $10 suggested monthly donation for age 60 and over and a $15 fee for under age 60. The fitness center also provides exercise classes and fitness equipment. Call for more information.

Senior Health Care Clinics

Aging Partners is happy to announce that we have grown from one clinic location to now having two. One is still at the Downtown Senior Center the second clinic location is at St. Mark's United Methodist Church – Vermeer Education Center (just north of the church). These two programs are co-sponsored with the University Of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing. Both clinics offer a variety of individual and group screenings that provide participants with the knowledge of personal health risks and information about things they can do to lower those risks and optimize their health.

Physical Activity Programs

  • View a list of the Community Health Education and Fitness Classes
  • Programs on 5 City-TV (Exercise for a Lifetime, Yoga: Refresh and Renew, Pilates and Forever Strong, Tai Chi: Modified 8 Form, Tai Chi: 24 Forms,Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance)
  • Programs on 10 Health TV (Exercise for a Lifetime, Yoga: Refresh and Renew, Pilates and Forever Strong, Tai Chi: Modified 8 Form, Tai Chi: 24 Forms,Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance)

Stepping On Workshops

Health Education Programs

Staff is available to conduct 30 to 60 minute health education programs for community, church and social groups. A variety of programs have been developed in the following general areas:

  • Illness and injury prevention
  • Physical activity
  • Nutrition
  • Mental wellness

List of Health and Fitness Lecture Topics

Lecture Topics

Caregiver Health Assessments

Family caregivers do a lot to enhance the health and well being of the person they provide care to. It is also important that the caregiver take good care of themselves as well. Caregivers have special needs and can benefit from flexible health promotion services designed to fit their busy schedules.

Services are free to caregivers and include:

  • Stress Management/Fitness Consultations with Certified Personal Trainer
  • Nutrition Assessments and Counseling with a Registered Dietitian

Appointments can be set up at the home of the caregiver or another location (e.g. senior center) that is convenient for the caregiver.

Caregiver Support Group Links

Alzheimer's Association Great Plains Chapter

Bryan Health
Lincoln Medical Education Partnership
Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center

Multiple Sclerosis
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital

American Parkinson Disease Association - Nebraska Chapter

Spinal Cord Injury
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital

American Heart Association - Support Network

Other Resources for Caregivers
Administration on Aging Eldercare Locator