With advanced training and experience working with people with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and cancer, Sharon has additional skills and sensitivities in working with older adults.

As we age on a physical level, muscle mass is reduced, our balance may be compromised and our joints may stiffen.

Resistance training with bands and weights strengthen our muscles and builds muscle and bone mass, stretching keeps our bodies flexible, limber and supple.

Socialization plus stimulation through physical and coordination challenges, improves neuroplasticity, promoting brain health and improving our moods.

Join a class at the Great Neck Social Center.  

Pre-Registration is OPen.

Summer and Fall 2019 Sessions:

7 WEDNESDAYS: 10:30 - 11:30 AM

September 4 - October 23

Focus on: breathing, stretching, balance, coordinaion and cardio.

7 THURSDAYS: 10:30 - 11:30 AM

September 5 - October 17

Focus on breathing, stretching, balance, light weight lifting and resistance training.

CAN’T GET OUT? Schedule or reach out for private in-home programming.

Dance for Parkinson’s Disease at the Tilles Center

12:00-1:15PM

September 27, 2019

February 28, 2020

August 7, 2020

720 Northern Blvd. Greenvale

Free event. Register with the Tilles Center.

Healthy aging and longevity 

Sharon Epstein Stephanie Cowan Photography

After going to my rheumatologist, I told her my sciatica pain was better and I credit Sharon’s classes to this improvement.
— Susan

Energetic, patient, kind, thoughtful, encouraging and those are only a few adjectives to describe Sharon Epstein. She is a perfect delight! The day I joined her class was a true beginning for me. Thanks Sharon, you are the best!
— Barbara