Eskaton, a nonprofit community-based organization believes in the importance of aging well, and walking is an easy activity that can be enjoyed every day. According to the Mayo Clinic, regular walking can help you maintain a healthy weight, prevent or manage high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes, strengthen your bones and improve your mood.
Becoming a partner with the Arden Fair and Inside Track was an easy choice for Eskaton. Eskaton cares about the vibrancy of the Sacramento Region and upholds exercise an important part of everyone’s daily routine. Arden Fair’s Inside Track provides the perfect backdrop for Eskaton to achieve these goals through education and increased public awareness.
Inside Track, a program created by Arden Fair, attracts walkers of all ages to walk, together or solo, in a temperature-controlled environment year round. Inside Track also provides health topics and resources to its members. “Eskaton will be our provider of health information,” said Nathan Spradlin, senior manager for Arden Fair. Through quarterly breakfasts with health and wellness presentations, Eskaton aims to educate the community on healthy aging.
2020 Upcoming Events: Stay tuned…more information to follow.
1689 Arden Way, Suite 1167
Please join us...Workshop begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Arden Fair upstairs food court. Come early to enjoy a complimentary breakfast. Free cholesterol, glucose and blood pressure screenings offered at 8:00 a.m.
2020 scheduled breakfasts are free to members and the public.
All events above will be from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in the food court. All doors will be open on the day of event.
Join us 365 days a year anytime between 7 am and 10 am to walk the Inside Track at Arden Fair, located at 1689 Arden Way, Suite 1167, Sacramento, California. To become a member, go to Guest Services at the mall and receive your free pedometer, a score card, your membership discount card, and more.
In this workshop attendees discovered the importance of brain fitness. There is lot you can do to help keep your brain in shape. Inside Track members learned practical ways to intentionally give their brains a worthwhile workout. Interestingly, brain fitness involves activities that are intensive, repetitive and progressively changing.
Behavioral Scientist Michael Hirsch inspired people to "Meet and Greet Your Brain" daily. Michael was on the faculty of UC Davis until he developed The Brain Gymnasium sixteen years ago. Since then, Michael has brought The Brain Gymnasium to several local senior communities including Eskaton. Sharpening your brain is not only possible, but also fun and rewarding.
Workshop included a free continental breakfast along with free cholesterol and glucose screenings.
Read Top 10 Ways to Keep Your Mind Alert and Your Brain Well to learn more brain fitness activities.
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