Monthly Senior Health Clinic Back on the Hub Schedule 

Registration is open for an ongoing Zoom Yoga class 

Press release

Zoom Yoga to start — Thursdays, 8:30-9:30 AM starting September 3:

Starting this week, The Andover Community Hub will offer an opportunity to take part in an ongoing “Gentle Flow” yoga class from the comfort of your own home via Zoom on Thursday mornings, from 8:30 – 9:30 AM. Beginners as well as those with yoga experience are welcome to join this all-levels class.

The class is taught by Maris Wofsy of Salisbury, an occupational therapist and personal trainer as well as yoga teacher, and will focus on flexibility, core strength, and relaxation. Yoga combines physical exercises, meditation, and breathing techniques to strengthen muscles, improve balance, and relieve stress.

The fee for the class is $40 per month (which works out to $10/session) and the class will begin on September 3, but folks are welcome to join this ongoing class at any time. To register or for more information, contact Maris at by Wednesday of any week in order to receive the Zoom link for that week’s class. Checks for the month (or portion thereof) made out to “Maris Wofsy” should be mailed to The Andover Hub, PO Box 157, Andover, NH 03216.  For questions about using Zoom, contact

Senior Health Clinic Returns to The Hub — Monday, September10 and every second Monday:

The ongoing monthly Senior Health Clinic is back in business at The Andover Community Hub on the second Monday of each month. The clinic’s return is good news for area residents who’ve come to rely on it for foot care, blood pressure screening, B-12 injections, or medication and nutritional information.

The service is provided by the Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) and staffed by Dianne DiGeronimo, a VNA nurse who is glad to help with toenail clipping and other foot care, a challenge for many seniors. The clinic will be offered regularly on the second Monday from 10 AM to 1 PM, by appointment. To schedule an appointment, call the VNA at 224-4093.  A donation of $10 to the VNA is suggested but not required.

Extra precautions have been instituted due to COVID-19.  Clients will be asked to wear masks/face coverings and wait in their cars until they are called in for their appointments. Appointments will be spaced further apart to allow time to wipe down surfaces. Clients will be screened for symptoms and given a temperature check upon arrival. The nurse will also be wearing personal protective equipment to keep everyone safe.