Connect to programming that works with your schedule. Choose from a variety of fitness classes - gentle yoga, tai chi, SAIL and more. You will also find arts and crafts and educational programming that will stimulate your creativity, increase your knowledge, engage your mind and provide entertainment from the comfort of your own home.
Connect to the Virtual Center for Active Adults playlist on Fairfax County's YouTube Channel for prerecorded programs and classes brought to you by Senior Center staff and volunteers from the Fairfax County Department of Neighborhood and Community Services.
NEW! Rebecca Boone, Assistant Director at the Wakefield Senior Center, shares information and advice for anyone who is considering adopting a pet guinea pig.
Other On-Demand Resources
Fairfax County’s Channel 16 offers tai chi and gentle yoga classes for seniors that can be viewed online or on television. You can view the programs on-demand or check the TV schedule by following the links below.
Fairfax County Public Library has created on-demand videos on a variety of topics, including genealogy research, how to use Zoom and more.
Reston Community Center offers a wide variety of free, streaming content on their YouTube page. From fine arts lessons to upbeat fitness classes to musical performances from their CenterStage, there is something for everyone.
Fairfax County Park Authority Virtual Exploration Center - a collection of resources to help you stay healthy, connected and engaged with parks.
Burke/West Springfield Senior Center Without Walls - discover a variety of virtual activity ideas, including games, crafts, languages, dances, tai chi, music and more. You can also participate in live classes and programs from home.
The National Institute on Aging has videos on a variety of topics, including healthy aging and exercise for older adults.
Insight Memory Care Center - View videos on a variety of topics, including tips and resources for caregivers.
AARP Learn @50+ - Watch online anytime to learn the skills you need to confidently live life on your terms.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University - The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a non-profit affiliate of George Mason University providing educational, cultural and social opportunities to active and intellectually curious adults age 50 and older. On the OLLI Mason YouTube channel, you can watch a few of their most popular classes on a variety of topics.
The Center for the Arts at George Mason University is the premier destination for the arts in Northern Virginia. Mason Arts at Home brings you livestreamed performances, releases of previously recorded content, as well as interactive activities from across the college.