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Living Well

Aging well and living the good life looks different to every Vi resident. That’s why we created Living Well, a holistic approach to wellness in our communities that encompasses mind, body and spirit.

Our residents embrace Living Well in so many ways:

  • Exploring functional fitness with the community’s personal trainer
  • Sampling heart-healthy foods at a live cooking demo
  • Learning a new language
  • Taking in an art exhibit in town
  • With nearly 300 programs per month, residents are sure to find activities that help them live each day to the fullest. But more than a series of events, Living Well is a state of mind for residents, staff and the corporate team.

    Living Well programming constantly evolves, but what doesn’t change is Vi’s commitment to our shared healthy living ideal.

    See Living Well in action

    Each of our residents embodies Living Well in their own way — meet just a few who are living their unique definition of wellness each day.
    Bubbe holding a plate of cookies.
    A Recipe for New Opportunity: ‘Cooking with Bubbe’
    Vi at Aventura resident Susan Shovers has shared her love of baking with friends and family for years, but it wasn’t until she moved to The Vi that she discovered a way to share this passion with a wider audience: hosting her own cooking show.
    Henry Schwenk, Vi at The Glen's trivia master.
    Meet Henry Schwenk, Vi at The Glen’s Trivia Master

    In Henry Schwenk’s time as a resident of Vi at The Glen, he’s left an indelible mark on the community as their trivia master.

    “I read three newspapers a day and I get ideas. My mind is tuned to trivia.”

    TidePointe members do chair yoga outside.
    TidePointe's Eric Zurbrugg on the Benefits of Chair Yoga
    Chair yoga has become a popular activity at TidePointe, a Vi Community, for its physical and emotional benefits and its ability to modify traditional poses.