Age Friendly – Classes & Events

Mat Yoga and Chair Yoga with Tamela in Person and Online

The following is the class schedule for Mat Yoga in-person or you can continue on Zoom (the Zoom links will be the same).  Starting July 12, 2021.

Contact Tamela Smith at for Zoom links and/or any questions.  

For the foreseeable future, all Fairfax Age-Friendly Chair Yoga classes will remain on Zoom.

Please note you will have to bring your own Props for IN PERSON.  

Suggested Props (in person): Yoga Mat, Yoga Blocks, Bolster, Blanket, Strap, and/or a resistance band.

Class size will be limited to 16 students for IN PERSON CLASSES (Priority to Fairfax Residence ). We will continue to follow social distancing practices. If you are not vaccinated you will be required to wear a mask at all times. If you are vaccinated wearing a mask will be at your discretion.

Suggested Props for ZOOM Classes: Yoga Mat, Chair, Belt, Yoga Blocks, Blanket, and/or resistance band (You can modify as needed - come with what you have!). Make your space cozy.

It may be helpful if you can see the screen of your device while practicing supine, seated, and standing poses. Setting up your device on a table near you will make your viewing clearer and more comfortable.

These classes will be for ALL LEVELS. Since I will not be able to see all of you, please modify the poses as needed to support your body and to take care of yourself.  Most of all, have fun!

DATE/TIME: The LIVE-STREAM ZOOM Studio will open 15 minutes before class starts to allow time for you to log in and prep your home practice space or say “HI “to your classmates. 


Mat Yoga 9:30-10:45 am at the Women's Club (and Current Zoom Link) 

Zoom: Please arrive in your space and log in early and get settled. 

Chair Yoga 12:00-1:00 pm Please arrive in your space and log in early and get settled. 


Mat Yoga  9:30-10:45 am at the Women's Club (and Current Zoom Link) 

Zoom: Please arrive in your space and log in early and get settled. 

Chair Yoga 12:00-1:00 pm Please arrive in your space and log in early and get settled. 


Mat Yoga  9:30-10:45 am at the Women's Club (and Current Zoom Link) 

Zoom: Please arrive in your space and log in early and get settled. 

Chair Yoga  12:00-1:00 pm Please arrive in your space and log in early and get settled. 

If you are new to Zoom guidance can be found here. 


All Classes are Free to Fairfax residence. If you are not a Fairfax residence, please send a tax-deductible donation to support these classes.

Town of Fairfax

142 Bolinas Road

Fairfax, CA  94930

All checks should be payable to the Town of Fairfax with a note on the Memo line -  Recreation donation.

Anyone can donate to support this program.  The donation can also be made online to the Town of Fairfax:

Marin County Commission on Aging

October 7, 10am-11am

“Looking back, lessons learned, and looking forward: the impact of the pandemic, fires, and social unrest on California’s older adults.” The past two years have been difficult. Sheltering in place, power outages, and wildfires have affected all of society but have disproportionately impacted older adults. During these unprecedented times, people and organizations have come together to share best practices and expand their services to meet shifting needs and priorities. This presentation will feature speakers from the state and community level who will share how services and policies for older adults have been reshaped as a result of recent emergencies. Presenters:  Richard Figueroa, Deputy Cabinet Secretary, Office of Governor Gavin Newsom; Adriana Rabkin, Director, Marin VOAD; and Nancy Geiss, Chief Operating Officer, Vivalon.

Join Zoom Meeting-Closed Captioning Available 

Meeting ID: 811 0177 8740  Passcode: 716661

 Dial 1+ (669) 900-6833 

Ross Valley Seniors

October 7, 11-2pm  

"The Cliff House: San Francisco's Most Incendiary Landmark," a presentation from historian John A. Martini. In its 158-year history, the Cliff House has burned twice, blown up once, and been closed for wars, Prohibition, Depression and Pandemic. In this Powerpoint show, John will trace the fabled landmark's history from its opening during the Civil War up through its sad closing on New Year’s Eve 2020. The show will also showcase artifacts saved from the Cliff House collection during a recent auction, and now planned for exhibit by the Western Neighborhoods Project. Come join us at the Fairfax Women's Club, 46 Park Road.  Agenda:  11- Games; 12- Lunch; 1- Presentation.

Please e-mail Kevin MacLeod at  or call 415-258-4669 to RSVP or for more details.


Age Friendly Marin "Breakfast with Friends Social Hour"

October 20, 9:30-10:30 am

Socializing is important for all and it's fun to connect. Join us for coffee, tea and/or breakfast and a friendly and enjoyable chat at Barefoot Café, in person!  

Age Friendly Fairfax Task Force

October 22, 9:15-10:30 am 

Curious about Age Friendly Fairfax? You’re welcome to attend our monthly meeting, bring your questions, feedback, ideas and energy!   

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 853 935 7484     Passcode: 398715     Dial in number 1+ (408) 638-0968


Age Friendly~Fairfax Library iPhone Training

October 25 & 26, 2-3pm (both days)

This is a two-part online training in collaboration with California Phones, meeting via Zoom for two days in a row. Pre-registration is required, space is limited to 10 participants. To participate you will need a computer, internet service and a valid email address. To register please email or call Contessa Bunn:

Email, or, call  510-302-1176.

Age Friendly Marin Forum

October 27th, 10:30-11:45 am

“Insights into Medicare 2022.”  Come learn about all your Medicare choices and the changes for 2022, whether you’re just getting started or need to consider options during open enrollment. There are multiple plans newly available in Marin County this year so topics will include Medicare Advantage plans, prescription drug plans, supplemental plans, the low-income assistance program, etc. Speakers: Diana Lopez, Chair, Marin County Commission on Aging, HICAP Counselor; and  Karen Albright, Volunteer Coordinator and HICAP Counselor (Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program).

Join Zoom meeting

Meeting ID: 882 0295 5648 Passcode: 572332 Join by phone at 1-669-900-9128


Dance a la Moxie Seniors

Contratti Ballfield 

Instructor:  Sisi M.P. Hansen

Tuesdays, 2-3pm -- ongoing 


A progressive, FUN total body workout guaranteed to make you feel better, look better and be better!  No experience necessary. The eclectic music will make you dance! Wear comfortable clothing and footwear to move in on the field. Covid protocols and safety will be followed.  Please wear your mask.

Smartphone Classes (iPhone and Android)

To learn more about small group, individualized trainings offered by the State-funded California Telephone Access Program (CTAP), call 1-866-271-1540, email or follow this link. CTAP also offers free specialized phones for those who a mobility, hearing or sight impaired, call 1-800-806-1191 or visit

1 to 1 Volunteer Program to Match Local Residents in Need with Volunteers to Assist Them

The Fairfax community has organized and we are here to help!   From shopping to getting prescriptions filled to picking up your delicious take-out or dog walking.  

 The Town has established a 1 to 1 volunteer matching service to support and protect people in need during this difficult time.Volunteers will help neighbors feel less nervous and alone during this time and check in on what support you may need over the coming weeks.  

 Sign Up! 

If you would like to volunteer or you need some support, please  click here  for more information.  

Kindly spread the word to your neighbors about this volunteer matching service to those who may need support and may not receive our Town email newsletter.  

Volunteers will be encouraged to follow all social distancing precautions including wearing gloves.  

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