What is wellness? We believe it’s focusing on your overall well-being and reaching your full potential. Our wellness programs are designed to help you take charge of your mental, physical and social health. From Paddleboard Yoga to TRX and even our Lunch N’ Learn series our wellness programs offer you the opportunity to experience something new!
Wellness programs are open to individuals ages 15+.
In case of inclement weather, outdoor programs will be canceled or moved indoors. Please call 317.843.3870 to receive the most up-to-date program cancellations and changes.
All of our programs are inclusive. If you or your family member would like to participate in any program or use our facility, we can make modifications to meet your needs. Requests for modifications must be made at least one month before participation.
Does your child require an ADA modification? Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation will conduct an assessment on your child to determine if a 1:1 ratio is needed to assist your child. If it is determined based on your child’s assessment that a 1:1 ratio is required, Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation will assign a qualified staff member(s) within 30 days from the assessment date to work directly with your child. Participation may not begin until Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation assigns your child a staff member.
To schedule your child’s assessment please contact Michelle Yadon, Monon Community Center Inclusion Supervisor, at 317.573.5245 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work toward your wellness and help adopt and maintain healthier behaviors. Wellness programs help you take charge of your health through education and active discussions. These programs are the perfect way to exercise and socialize!
Tai Chi I: A certified Tai Chi & Qi Gong instructor will lead you through gentle, focused movements designed to strengthen your body, relax your mind, and improve your overall health. Harvard Medical School and Mayo Clinic research shows that Tai Chi has a positive impact on balance, coordination, stress, chronic pain, immune system, and overall health. There is no floor or mat work. Wear loose-fitting clothing and stable shoes. Tai Chi II: Must have completed Tai Chi for Health I. A certified Tai Chi and Qi Gong instructor will lead you into more advanced movements designed to reduce stress and improve overall fitness levels. There is no floor or mat work. Wear loose-fitting clothing and stable shoes.
Today's food and lifestyle can cause our body to overload on toxins, gain weight and feel unwell. Learn a beginner's detox/cleanse including practical and easy tips for creating your own action plan with Certified Holistic Health Coach Mary Wallace.
iRest is a simple and accessible form of meditation designed for modern day living. Backed by extensive research, iRest can help people navigate all of life's challenges and enhance one's sense of well being and peace.
The average American eats well over 100 pounds of sugar annually. A lot of people have a sugar habit but don't realize it. Sugar impacts our health and weight. Certified Holistic Health Coach, Mary Wallace will teach participants about sugar, how to kick the habit and create an action plan for quitting sugar.
Enjoy a light lunch as you learn about fitness and health! Once a month, a local speaker will present on trending health and nutrition topics. Each session includes a light lunch and a Q&A session. Spots are limited, so get registered today! Registration is required. Thank you to our sponsor Carmel Health and Living Community.