Tune in as TaiChi instructor Randal Lau shares about his experience of practicing this amazing art and the health benefits that come with it!
Jenny Ostlind with the YMCA of Honolulu shares how they have pivoted from in-person classes to virtual classes to service our kupunas. With the rollout of the vaccines, the facilities are starting to open up in-person sessions once again!
Zumba Gold instructor, Christopher Cruz takes time out to speak to us about the benefits of keeping an active lifestyle even if it’s low impact exercises and the long-term benefits of doing so.
Kenny Endo shares about the art and history of Taiko drumming and how it is a fun way to get and stay active! Being a kupuna himself, he shares how his passion has allowed him to stay in shape for years. Tune in to hear more!
Suzanne Oakland shares how the Lanakila Multi-Purpose Senior Center has pivoted throughout the pandemic to still service the kupunas in health and wellness activities such as Tai Chi, yoga and hula.
Renee Tillotson shares the changes Still & Moving Center has gone through in 2020 and how she is still helping kupunas stay active and healthy.
Dr.Yazawa, Geriatric Specialist at the Straub Medical Center shares his involvement with Kupuna and the efforts he is making in the community during this pandemic and the new vaccine that has been released.
We talk more about Medicare by bringing by Autumn Matsuwaki with Insurance Options Hawaii as she talks about the planning and details that go into helping clients choose which plan is best for them and their lifestyle needs.
Tracie Ann Tjapkes with Adventist Health Castle shares how Adventist Health Castle creates a network of support and connection for those afflicted with loneliness especially during this pandemic.
We had the pleasure of hearing the research conducted by Dr.Cullen Hayashida, Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, as he shared his 7 month Japan experience, the population trends in that specific area, solutions to these trends, and how these trends are evident in our islands.