Seniors in Motion,Inc. is a 501(c)(3), non-profit Assisted Fitness Center.


Spring Senior Fitness Assessment 2014(Click Here)








Here's another reason why you should keep working out!!
MONDAY, July 11 (Health Day News) -- Older adults have to exercise more than younger adults in order to maintain muscle size, according to a new study... ( to read more click HERE


New Shirts are available!! 
The official SIM Tees & Polos are available to you now! We have Navy, Maroon, Irish Green, Heather Grey & Sport Grey on both styles in various sizes but limited in quantity. Stop by SIM and get your size and style ASAP!!



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News





Seniors in Motion is a 2011 Denton Benefit League Grant recipient; we did acquire "Bio Sway" by BIODEX. Bio Sway is a portable balance testing and training device that will allow Seniors in Motion to serve even more seniors in the community. Read more







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We are creating a E-mail roster for the participants or community members so that everyone will get an e-mail  every time our website is updated for news, upcoming events etc. Please e-mail us at SeniorsInMotion@gmail.com
to register.

   Do you shop at Kroger??   
Seniors in Motion, Inc. really appreciates your support- last year we raised $440 with this program- lets make it even more this year!  Please register or re-register your Kroger's card using the letter and then please send it on to everyone you know.
All you have to do is to print off the attached letter, take it to your neighborhood Kroger and have it scanned by a cashier. Once you are registered; every dollar you spend will be contributed to the SIM account (you will still get all the discounts as reg. plus card member) , which helps SIM get a certain portion of A MILLION dollar to be split in May of 2011!!

More information about this program, click

Thanks for your support!



How SIM started





                The story of Seniors in Motion began simply in the community of Denton, Texas. Physical and occupational therapists providing home health services to older residents recognized the need for an educational as well as a physical approach, which could precede the need for treatment, and assist residents in preventing or modifying the conditions for which they were presently receiving services.  The idea that this could be a community program which would function as a non-profit entity and provide an affordable program for all residents regardless of ability to pay grew as our concern for increasing health care cost and demands for service were observed. The critical need for this program was poignantly exemplified by the pain and postural deformities observed in our osteoporosis patients.  Intervention with education and exercise at an earlier point in their lives would have made a significant difference in preventing or modifying the pain and gait difficulty of their condition as well as bringing a quality of life to their advancing years.

The mission statement, “Fitness through Exercise and Wellness through Education” was inspired by this shared experience and Seniors in Motion was conceived in 2003 based on 35 years of experience in the provision of home health therapy services by Jean Seward (founder and owner) to the Denton community.

In order to introduce this idea to the Denton community, a feasibility study was conducted in 2003 including a survey of physicians providing services to older residents and many wanted to know how soon they could start sending their patients to the program. A series of community education programs were presented to provide public information stressing the affordable and accessible structure of the program in addition to the professional and qualified personnel involved in its development. The steering committee of Seniors in Motion was comprised of physical and occupational therapy, medical social work, certified personal trainers and registered nurses with a background in home and community health services. In addition a self assessment tool was also designed to emphasize the importance an individual assessment and participant commitment to health and wellness.        

  111 Industrial St.

    Denton, TX 76201

Office: (940) 566-5291

Facsimile: (940) 566-0321 

                       
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