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Check out all of our #JCCPGHVirtual offerings below!

The JCC has Reopened! Learn More
For LIVE online and recorded Fitness classes including Group Ex and SilverSneakers, and in person Pop In classes: click HERE
Join our Fitness Facebook Group
Follow us on JCC Facebook, South Hills Facebook and Instagram

Check Out Our Fall Programming!

For Children and Teens:
Dance | Aquatics | Basketball | Sports | Performing Arts

For Adults:
Fitness | Aquatics | Virtual Book Fest | VSA

It’s all here: Fall 2020 Programs

For a schedule of LIVE JCC fitness classes, click  HERE

Class Videos – Work Out With Us Any Time!
Ballet Barre Fitness with Kathy

Patti’s Throwback Thursday Step!

Beginners Yoga with Bonnie


PWR Moves with Steve

Click HERE to view

Core and Lower Body with Annie

3 Exercises with Ben

Advanced Push-Ups and Planks with Shawn

Squats Workout with Shawn

More Tips from Shawn

For a schedule of LIVE classes, click HERE

Marsha Mullen invites you to Keep Moving!

Classes

SilverSneakers® Classic with Elaine


NEW 9-15-20

Silver Sneakers Yoga w/Jamie

Click HERE to view ZOOM recorded video


NEW Videos July 31:

SilverSneakers Class w/Marsha

Arthritis Exercise w/Marsha

SilverSneakers Yoga

SilverSneakers Yoga

SilverSneakers Classic w/Marsha

SilverSneakers Circuit

To View Video Click HERE 

Password: 3jcJ&*.w


SilverSneakers®
Yoga w/Marsha

Zumba Gold w/Bonnie

Gentle Chair Yoga

Water Aerobics Workout (on land) with Jess Navoney

NEW: T’ai Chi

NEW: SilverSneakers®
Yoga with Marsha

SilverSneakers® w/Marsha

20 Minute Brisk Walk

 

2 Mile Walk

SilverSneakers® Improve Your Balance

Note: With a SilverSneakers membership, you can log in to our on-demand video library of classes and workouts designed for older adults. Learn more about SilverSneakers

Liza Baron, Director, JCC Early Childhood Development Center, and Rabbi Ron Symons on how parents with young children can manage during time when kids are not in educational settings.


PJ Library Pittsburgh is offering many live programs. Connect on our Facebook Page. Please join us!

Learn all about our many enriching and fun activities for children, youth and families, from summer day camp to after school programming.

Check it out on Facebook

Dear Teens and Families,

The JCC’s Second Floor Teen Center  top priority is the safety, health and well-being of our teens, professionals and community. More than ever, we feel the greatest responsibility to continue to foster connection for the Pittsburgh teen community to meaningful experiences.

We welcome and encourage your participation!

-Your Second Floor Staff

Learn more about our programs and experiences HERE

Keep up with EKC HERE

Tap Class with Kathy Wayne

Pre-Ballet and Creative Movement for Children with Kathy Wayne

How to Build an Athletic Diet

A Presentation by Tara Garfield – September 24, 2020

Watch ZOOM Recording HERE


 

Healthy Eating 101

A Presentation by Tara Garfield – August 31, 2020

Watch ZOOM Recording HERE


Tips to Avoid Stress

by Patti Sciulli

Patti Sciulli, our Wellness Specialist, shares ideas on how to avoid stress during these difficult times in her blog post. Read it HERE

Meals to Go and AgeWell Delivers

For details on these life-sustaining programs, please click HERE


Virtual Senior Academy – Online Classes for Everyone!

Featured Classes:

Brain Health and Aging VSA Presentation 9-21-20

Center for Loving Kindness/VSA  Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Ron Symons: Social Justice – Eternal Values Applied to Contemporary Issues – Tuesdays, 12:15-12:45 pm   ZOOM

Center for Loving Kindness/VSA  Art and Quarantine Stories with Melissa Hiller – Thursdays, 12:15-12:45 pm  ZOOM

 

If you are interested in joining Virtual Senior Academy: Email Maddie Barnes at [email protected]
Sign up on the Virtual Senior Academy website www.virtualsenioracademy.org


Message from Amy Gold

 

While you’re stuck at home – Maddie Barnes

Brandi’s ABC Workout

Soccer for Kids with Brandi

Preschool Warm-Up with Brandi

Stair Workout with Jesse

Goalkeep Specific Plyometric Workout with Jesse

NEW: #CFLKConnectingCommunities – Community Conversations

Our first conversation is with the Steelers’ Zach Banner.

Zach Banner – CFLK Community Conversations

We are honored and excited to kick off Community Conversations with Pittsburgh Steelers player Zach Banner, who in the past week has been calling for unity after Philadelphia’s DeSean Jackson posted an anti-Semitic message on social media. In our Community Conversation with Zach he talked about that and a lot more; including his love for his Jewish Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity Brothers (USC ZBT), Pamela's Diner pancakes and a very important message for Primanti Bros.Here’s Rabbi Ron Symons and JCC Board Chair, Billy Goodman’s conversation with Zach Banner. #CFLKConnectingCommunities Pittsburgh Steelers NFL University of Southern California B3 Foundation JCC Pittsburgh Bill Peduto Jewish Community Centers of North America (JCCs) Ben Roethlisberger – BigBen7.com Ron Symons William Goodman

Posted by Center for Loving Kindness – JCC Pittsburgh on Friday, July 17, 2020

 For more #CFLKConnectingCommunities Community Conversations, click HERE

NEW CLASSES – CURRENT EVENTS W/ RABBI SYMONS; ART AND QUARANTINE STORIES W/MELISSA HILLER

Let’s be virtual neighbors together. We have several programs on Zoom to invite you to.

We look forward to gathering with you. Our conversations will be all the richer because of your participation.  We welcome people of all backgrounds and opinions.

View the full schedule of classes HERE

 

al Seder!

A program of the JCC Center for Loving Kindness and 2forSeder

Recently, friends joined Rabbi Ron Symons  for a 30-minute virtual Seder that focused on the meaning of the ritual items on the Seder table and ways we can apply Passover values to our world today, especially right now.

To learn about the many ways we celebrated Passover 2020 s, click HERE 


Mike Clark of WTAE with Rabbi Ron Symons

April 8

“THAT SENSE OF REDEMPTION, OF NEW BEGINNINGS, IS SHARED BETWEEN CHRISTIANS AND JEWS AND PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS”

“As Passover begins for our Jewish friends, we want to share our conversation with Rabbi Ron Symons from the Center for Loving Kindness – JCC Pittsburgh as he and his family prepare for tonight’s Seder. Rabbi Ron offers his hopeful optimism at the center of tonight’s meal, and this period of time for people of all faiths.”

“THAT SENSE OF REDEMPTION, OF NEW BEGINNINGS, IS SHARED BETWEEN CHRISTIANS AND JEWS AND PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS”As Passover begins for our Jewish friends, we want to share our conversation with Rabbi Ron Symons from the Center for Loving Kindness – JCC Pittsburgh as he and his family prepare for tonight’s Seder. Rabbi Ron offers his hopeful optimism at the center of tonight’s meal, and this period of time for people of all faiths ⤵️ More tonight at 6 PM on WTAE-TV

Posted by Mike Clark WTAE on Wednesday, April 8, 2020


Comforting Conversations

During this time of uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus, the Center for Loving Kindness – JCC Pittsburgh presents a new series called “Comforting Conversations”. We invite you to listen and share your feelings, as members of our team talk with members of our community about topics we believe you and your family may be dealing with right now.

To see all of the conversations, click HERE

Rabbi Ron Symons talks with Liz Miller, Chief, Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, about helping adolescents

Rabbi Ron Symons talks with Mile Clark of WTAE: “How Much News?”

Our first conversation is with Dan Leger, a beloved hospice nurse and survivor of the Tree Of Life tragedy. Rabbi Ron Symons talks with Dan about fear.



Passover Through Art, Jewish Values and Loving Kindness
Passover Through Art, Jewish Values and Loving Kindness

Join Rabbi Ron Symons and Melissa Hiller from the JCC PGH Center for Loving Kindness in a dynamic exploration of Passover art, Jewish values and loving kindness.  In this celebratory season, when many of us are accustomed to sitting at large tables with family, friends, food and tradition, this year’s Passover Seder experience will be more quiet for all of us.  That being said, just as the charoset of slavery is sweet, so too can our seders in the midst of Coronavirus be joyous.

Our conversations bring us together in communal exploration and kindness and might serve as conversation starters for your Passover table.

To view our Passover Conversations click HERE

To view more from the American Jewish Museum about Passover Art and the current XOXO exhibit click HERE

For info about 10.27 Healing Partnership, visit 1027healingpartnership.org

Drop In Canopy Conversations

Mondays and Wednesdays – 12-4 pm

Fridays – 9 am-12 pm

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