Health, Wellness, & Fitness

Fitness Classes

Strong Women

Every Monday & Friday at 9:00 a.m.
Developed by Tufts University, this program uses research-proven strength training exercises combined with short bursts of cardio exercises to increase heart rate and burn calories. This class is open to both men and women with a moderate level of fitness.
Instructor: Kim Muench
Per Session Drop-in Rate: $6, Member Rate $4

Mind/Body Yoga

Every Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:00 a.m.
Stop by the front desk for info on full-session rates, punch cards and member discounts
For beginners and those who want to deepen their practice. Using Vinyasa Flow, balance and intermediate postures. Modifications can be made to fit your needs.
Instructor: David Collins
Per Session Drop-In Rate: $6, Member Rate $4

Gentle Fit

Every Tuesday & Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
This program features gentle, joint-safe exercises developed specifically for people with arthritis to help relieve stiffness, decrease arthritis pain and improve balance. The low-impact exercises can be done while sitting, standing or on the floor.
Instructor: David Collins
Per Session: Members $3 | Guests $4


Stop by the front desk for info on full-session rates, punch cards and member discounts!

Health & Wellness

Foot Clinic – Including Diabetic Foot Care

First Wednesday of the month from 8:30-12:00 p.m. by appointment only!

Deb Scullin is an RN and a certified Diabetes Educator. 30-minute session includes foot soak, nail trim, filing and assessment for circulation and sensation. Remember to 

bring a towel!
Cost: $25.



Low Vision Support Group

First Thursday of the month at 10 a.m.

This is a place to learn from others about sight loss and how to cope with the emotional cost. Exchange information about new solutions and resources, too.
​No charge
Contact for more information: Kristin Fountaine at 608-266-8977



WeCOPE – Connection with our Positive Emotions

Mondays September 18th-October 30th 6-7:00 p.m.

WeCOPE is an evidence-based program that helps adults cope with life stress and difficult times. This interactive curriculum has shown to reduce stress and depression, increase positive affect, and improve health behaviors in randomized trials.

This 7-week program meets in person once a week at Creekside Place for 1 hour each week. Participants gain the most from the program when they are able to practice skills between sessions. A workbook and journal are provided to support this practice. At this time, this course is free to Rock County Residents.

Managing life’s challenges in healthy ways allows participants to take better care of themselves and others.

This program is offered by UW Madison Division of Extension.

Register at:

​No charge
Contact for more information: Rock County Educator Sara Ennocenti: or 608-757-5059