Growing Stronger

Join us for a FREE strength and conditioning exercise session





Class offered by Monterey Moves.


Seniors of any fitness level are welcome to join this class designed to help maintain strength, balance and mobility. The class will begin seated as we perform breath work and gentle stretching to increase the range of motion in our joints and warm up our bodies. To strengthen the muscles, we will continue with various upper and lower body exercises which can be done standing or seated. The class ends with a cool down phase of stretching and relaxation.

Benefits of Strength Training:

  • Build strength

  • Maintain bone density

  • Improve balance, coordination, and mobility Reduce your risk of falling

  • Maintain independence in activities of daily life Increase your overall health and sense of well-being

For any questions or additional information, contact us at

Baylor University Urges Mobility Self Awareness

Baylor University's online graduate program has created a webpage that provides useful information for seniors. 


"Mobility Loss Puts Older Adults at Risk: Research Shows Exercise Can Help." 


The resource discusses the risks and implications of mobility loss, along with steps seniors and adults can take to prevent loss of mobility. It offers various exercise examples for increased strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance while providing readers with external resources on mobility from the CDC, National Institute on Aging, and the National Council on Aging.

Weekly free meal for the unsheltered & all those in need


Abraham's Tent Interfaith Soup Kitchen will distribute its weekly free meal for the unsheltered & all those in need every Thursday between 4:30-5:30 pm at Epiphany Lutheran & Episcopal Church, 425 Carmel Avenue, Marina. 
Abraham's Tent is a Program of Jews Christians & Muslims United. The organization's mission is to build and strengthen the understanding and ties between these religious communities through social justice programs, including feeding the homeless, as well as social and educational activities

Free Day Pass to Vaccinated Riders

For every passenger who has received their COVID vaccination, they can receive a MST FREE Day Pass!

For additional information, please call 888-MST-BUS1 (888.678.2871).

MST’s customer service offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:45pm; and closed during lunch hours.

Senior Gentle Outdoor Yoga

Join us every Wednesday at Vince Dimaccio Park



(3200 Del Monte Blvd, Marina) from 10 am to 11 am / Class is Free and Open To Marina Seniors

Please conform to all current State, County and City COVID-19 requirements

Senior Talk

Balance & Fall Prevention

Senior Talk on Tuesday, August 17th, at 2:00 pm will focus on Balance & Fall Prevention. The guest speaker will be Eric Petersen, DPT. He is the clinical manager of therapy services at the VNA.

This event will be hosted in the Vista Room at The Park Lane, 200 Glenwood Circle, Monterey. Treats will be provided.

For more information call 831.649.3363

Santa Cruz Senior Without Limits Virtual Program Open to Marina Seniors

The Seniors Without Limits—a Santa Crus based virtual recreation program for seniors—. has partnered with Marina Recreation Department. Now, residents of Marina can participate in their virtual classes. To view the weekly calendar click here.


SENIOR GUIDANCE.ORG provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.


Gentle Yoga Flow on Tuesdays

Monterey Bay Moves will present a gentle 30-min Yoga Flow every Tuesday at 12:05 PM on Zoom. The entire community is welcome.


Cultivate your sense of well-being by practicing a blend of traditional yoga poses and breath work at lunchtime. In this class, we will explore connecting our breath, mind, and body. All are welcome even if you have never done yoga before!

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Senior Connect

Monterey County Behavioral Health hosts Senior Connect every Thursday at 11:00 AM from 2/11/2021 - 3/18/2021 on Zoom. There is no registration or fees. For Zoom link and more information visit their website.


Birch Gold Group Scam Protection Resource Guide


Legal Resources and Considerations for Seniors and Persons with Special Needs Offered by Just Great Lawyers


Covid 19 Resources For Older Adults is offered by the National Council on Aging


From Minor to Major: The Complete Guide to Home Modifications to Prevent Seniors From Falling


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Advance Health Care Planning Workshops

During COVID-19 Hospice Giving Foundation is offering free daily online Advance Health Care Planning workshops. Workshops will be offered M-W-F at noon; Tu-Th at 5:30 PM. In these interactive 45-minute sessions, workshop attendees will learn how to access, complete and formalize their wishes using an Advance Health Care Directive.

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Updated NEWS

Governor Newsom announced  a meal delivery program for senior citizens in California.


The program provides three nutritious meals a day to senior citizens at home. All meals are to be prapared by local restaturants using only locally produce foods. 

Califonia's Governor Gavin Newsom has created a hotline for Seniors to call in questions or concerns. The number is provided below:


Click here to read about it

California For All Information Guide on COVID-19

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Governor’s Office, the California Department of Aging, and AARP CA partnered to launch the California For All resource card, a FREE, one-stop information guide.

The resource card is a centerpiece of the “Stay Home. Save Lives. Check In.” campaign, which urges all Californians to help combat social isolation and food insecurity by checking in on vulnerable neighbors with a call, a text, or a “physically-distanced” knock on the door.


The card is also available electronically, and it can be DOWNLOADED HERE.  A Spanish and Chinese language digital card will be available this week.


Marina Sr. Association at a Glance

We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact on all of our pursuits.

Holding Hands

Mission Statement

We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact on all of our pursuits.

​Here at Marina Senior Association, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. The Marina Senior Center is a fun, safe, healthy environment and affordable program where all seniors can participate. We offer a variety of recreational opportunities for the seniors of Marina and our surrounding communities.


The Marina Senior Center is open to adults ages 55 and up. Our doors open from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm on Monday through Friday. We are closed on weekends and holidays.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a considered path to reduce stress and improve physical balance. 

Board Games

Board Games & Coffee

Seniors play checkers, dominoes and possibly an assortment of card games.


Movie Trips

Visit our Community Center  in person for more information.

Our Services

Making A Difference

Contact Marina Senior Association

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211 Hillcrest Ave, Marina, CA 93955

Phone: 831-884-1278