Tai Chi for People with Physical Disabilities
1000 S. Randolph Way | Tucson, AZ 85716
Spokes Fighting Strokes offers free adaptive cycling sessions (trikes provided) every Thursday at Curtis Park in Tucson. Sessions are at 10 am and 1 pm. Preregistration/RSVP is required. Contact Lise or Dan at (303) 249-8621 or email@example.com and provide the following information: height, weight, which side is affected and level of functionality (wheelchair, cane, assist needed, etc).
Spokes Fighting Strokes
Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports believes in the power to adapt and achieve. We aim to transform lives through adaptive sports. We are a nonprofit, volunteer-driven adaptive sports organization formed in 2017 to serve as a catalyst that connects and inspires people in ways to get involved, get active.
Arizona Living Well is a series of health promotion programs offered by Pima Council on Aging. Programs are for adults 60 years and older and help participants manage their personal health, stay fit, and improve their quality of life. Select programs include A Matter of Balance, Enhance Fitness, and Healthy Living with Diabetes.
Pima Council on Aging
8467 E Broadway Blvd. | Tucson, AZ 85710
Edith Ball Center is a year-round Tucson Parks and Recreation community pool. It features a fully accessible outdoor covered recreational pool with a beach entry, play features, lap lanes, a walking channel with a current, and a heated deck. The indoor therapy pool is heated to approximately 92 degrees and has a bench with jets, handrails, two types of lifts to allow for total accessibility and depths from 2.5-6 feet.
3455 E. Zoo Court | Tucson, AZ 85716