Exercise Programs

P.A.L.S. (Partners in Active Living for Seniors)

  • Five week sessions run Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room 310A at the St. Peter Community Center. 
  • $25 per person payable to City of Saint Peter. Register and pay at the Recreation Office in the Community Center. Questions? Call 934-0667 or 934-7434.
  • Please see the current newsletter (PDF) for session dates and fees.
  • Please register at the Recreation Office

MEISA: Movement, Exploration, Imagination, Sensation, Awareness

  • Wednesdays, Apr. 8 – May 27, 11:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m., SPCC Rm. 310A, $20.
  • MEISA is a physical practice that integrates mindful movement incorporating breathing, stretching, balancing, and playful exploration. It provides an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in moving with less tension, increased mobility and enhances physical expression. All activities are adaptive and performed sitting or standing. This course will take place in eight sessions. Min. 3, Max. 10.
  • Please register at the Recreation Office or call 934-0667.
  • Melissa Rollnick is a professor of dance at Gustavus Adolphus College and received funding from Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council in 2018 to create this program.

Swan Lake Canoe Paddle 

  • Fri., Jun. 19, 9:30–11:30 a.m., Swan Lake, Nicollet County, $5.
  • Swan Lake is North America's largest wetland complex and one of most healthy shallow lakes in southern Minnesota. Take a leisurely paddle on Swan Lake with the Minneopa Area Naturalist to learn more about this amazing resource. Meet at the boat ramp at Nicollet Bay (west of the city Nicollet) and paddle out into the lake for just over an hour. Be prepared for all types of weather and bring water and a snack. Min. 6, Max. 18. 
  • Please register at the Recreation Office or call 934-0667.
  • Scott Kudelka, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources


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PALS students exercising
Tai Ji Quan
Swan Lake Canoe Paddle