RICHMOND, KY — Annette Leone, physical therapist for Gentiva Home Health, brings grace and the goodness of an active lifestyle to the residents at Morning Pointe of Richmond through the “Ageless Grace” exercise program.

Morning Pointe partners with local wellness centers and therapists to bring the benefits of healthy, active lifestyles to the seniors as part of the life enrichment program.

Leone, who is also an Ageless Grace certified instructor, visited the senior living community to share the fitness method that is aimed at activating all five brain functions.

According to the Ageless Grace website, the program focuses on “analytical, strategic, kinesthetic learning, memory/recall, creativity and imagination” while addressing a series of skills needed for optimal function.

“It’s so important that we have a program like this that will help seniors achieve their unique wellness goals,” says Netza Mullins, executive director at Morning Pointe. “Through these partnerships with instructors and therapists, we are able to encourage activities that allow our seniors to stimulate their minds and bodies.”