Strengthen your body. Enrich your mind. Deepen your soul.
Live and be well. In every way.
At Concordia, we believe in healthy aging for the spirit, mind and body. Immerse yourself in the seven realms of wellness inspired activities including: Emotional, Environmental, Intellectual, Vocational, Physical, Social and Spiritual.
Realms of Wellness
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Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships
Current Calendar Activity: Caregiver Support Group Meeting
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An awareness of external surroundings, interaction with nature and personal environment
Current Calendar Activity: Outings, Outdoor Games, Grounds Committee
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Recognizing creative abilities and finding opportunities to expand knowledge and skills
Current Calendar Activity: Speakers, Great Courses, Book Club
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Personal satisfaction and enrichment found in exercising one's skills and talents
Current Calendar Activity: Resident Council, Ladies Auxillary, Junior League, Community Outreach
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Recognizing the need for physical activity, intentional body awareness, healthy dietary choices
Current Calendar Activity: Group Fitness Classes, Fitness Center, Walking Club
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Developing a reciprocal sense of connection, belonging, and acceptance
Current Calendar Activity: Outings, Happy Hour, Community Events, Games
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Expanding a sense of purpose and meaning in life. Providing corporate and personal opportunities for worship and reflection.
Current Calendar Activity: Bible Studies, Church Services, Morning Devotions
No matter what you enjoy, you’ll find an option to help you stay healthy and fit. To put it simply, everything we do is designed so residents feel good every day, in every way. Our holistic approach includes all dimensions of human wellness and offers various activities.
“What I love most about movement education is that I am able to connect with people and help them achieve their goals. When a client comes to see me, they can expect to receive the highest quality of care through evidence-based exercises for better balance.” – Chris Coleman, Concordia Wellness Coordinator