Loading Events

Senior Health & Fitness Day

May 31, 2023 at 11:00 am - 12:30 PM
Calendar
Date & Time

May 31 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Event Types :
Join us in celebrating National Senior Health & Fitness Day at the CHWB.

Join us on Wednesday, May 31 to celebrate National Senior Health & Fitness Day at the Center for Health & Wellbeing. This annual event is celebrated by tens of thousands of active older adults across the country, and we’re excited to bring the event to you.

At our event, our team of health and wellbeing professionals will share educational and inspiring messages to encourage you on your personal wellbeing journey, and we will be highlighting and celebrating some of our Crosby Wellness Center all-star members who are walking the walk!

During our event, you’ll hear from:

Center for Health & Wellbeing Executive Director Matt Noe, who will provide inspiration for incorporating Wholeness, Fitness and Medicine into your everyday life, including a focus on emotional, social, intellectual and physical wellbeing.

Crosby Wellness Center Director Patrick Faulk, who will share how a regular fitness routine can keep you physically and mentally strong for life

Crosby Wellness Center group exercise instructor Dawn Marzlock, who will lead you through exercises designed to help you strengthen and maintain your balance

Plus, we will be serving nourishing, delicious and healthy lifestyle foods, provided by Nourish Coffee Bar + Kitchen.

This program is presented by Matt Noe, Patrick Faulk and Dawn Marzlock and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About the Presenters:  

Matt Noe is the Executive Director of the Center for Health & Wellbeing. He has spent the last 14 years in the health, wellness, and education fields, most recently as the Director of the Crosby Wellness Center at the Center for Health & Wellbeing.

Matt started his career as a personal trainer and advanced into a variety of roles within the industry, such as Assistant Club Manager, Membership Sales Representative, Member Relations Manager, and Center Director.

Matt graduated with a B.S. in Sports Management from Eastern Kentucky University in 2007 and holds seven Nationally Accredited Certifications in the fitness industry.

Matt has also been a successful entrepreneur, business owner, consultant, and spokesperson in the health and wellness industry. He has a passion for serving others, leading people, and being involved in the local community and local church. In his free time, Matt enjoys camping with his family, playing sports, running, swimming, hiking, biking, and getting lost in a good book or documentary.

Patrick Faulk is the Center Director for the Crosby Wellness Center. Prior to joining the team at Crosby Patrick, spent the last 13 years with AdventHealth in their Institute for Lifestyle Medicine in Celebration, FL. Starting as a Personal Trainer and Member Services Representative, Patrick advanced to the role of Senior Manager of Clinical and Retail Operations where he oversaw the operations of the Wellness Center, Executive Health Program and Lifestyle Clinic.

Patrick is a lifelong resident of Central Florida and holds a degree in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology from the University of Florida. He holds multiple certifications in the Fitness & Wellness Industry and is an avid golfer in his spare time.

Dawn Marzlock is a group exercise instructor at the Crosby Wellness Center. She has been an AFAA certified instructor for more than 20 years in the community, teaching mindful movement classes for all ages and levels. Her approach is holistic, engaging body, mind and spirit. She modifies for all levels. Her experience includes authoring a fitness DVD and televised morning exercise show. Her classes are fun and informative, easy to follow, and she believes it is never too late to take that first step to begin exercise at any age. Her company, Transformative Solutions, brings fitness to any size group organization/business to make a custom fitness plan.

Related Events

Nurturing Grateful Moments

It can be so difficult this time of year to take a breath, relax and focus on all there is to be grateful about. Join us for an activity that is sure to inspire deep feelings of gratitude during this upcoming holiday season. In this workshop, psychologist and artist Monica Vidal of the Atlantic Center…

See event

Forest Bathing

Enjoy a relaxed, sensory experience outdoors with certified forest bathing guide, Eve Payor of the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Enjoy a relaxed, sensory experience outdoors with certified forest bathing guide, Eve Payor of the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Forest bathing, also known as Nature Therapy, can be practiced by anyone and does not…

See event

Commons Co-Op

Sip & Shop at the Commons Co-Op! Enjoy a complimentary mocktail* while you browse from more than 30 local vendors selling hand-made, specially crafted self-care items, gift baskets, back to school necessities, essential oils, plants, produce, honey, and more! A few of the vendors attending the market this August are:Bite Out of HungerCeramics by AbellaCocobudaLove…

See event

Related Articles

June is Men’s Health Month

Men’s Health Month is commemorated each June and is dedicated to encouraging men to learn and prioritize their overall health and wellbeing. To stress the importance of Men’s Health Month, we sat with a few professionals who work for various service providers the Center for Health & Wellbeing to hear their take on how men…

Read Article

Is There an Upside to Stress?

Is There an Upside to Stress? Written by Alison Issen, MS, RN, LMHC. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. At the Center for Health & Wellbeing, we’re proud to regularly feature Community Education programs designed to support your mental health. One of our regular presenters is Alison Issen, a licensed mental health counselor and registered…

Read Article

Sustainable Living: When Healing the Earth Meets Healing Oneself 

According to the United Nations Environment Programme, sustainable lifestyles are “ways of living, social behaviors and choices that minimize environmental degradation while supporting equitable socio-economic development and better quality of life for all.” At the heart of sustainable living is an understanding about how our choices affect ourselves and eachother, and an appreciation of how those choices…

Read Article

Get the Whole Story - Sign Up for Our Newsletter

A partnership between