Walk With Ease Program

The Department of Parks and Recreation was recently awarded a grant from the National Recreation and Park Association to implement walk with Ease (WWE), a free six week exercise program developed by the Arthritis Foundation, that aims to reduce the pain of arthritis and improve overall health for our Prince George's County residents.

Program Overview


WWE classes are one-hour long and are offered three times per week, for six weeks. They consist of a combination of health education as well as warm up/cool down and walking exercises. Classes are taught by Arthritis Foundation-certified leaders, and are open to all county residents. Registration is required.
Walk with Ease Program

Benefits


Whether you are seeking relief from arthritis or desire a more active life, we invite you to experience the benefits of this great free program:
  • Reduce the pain and discomfort of arthritis
  • Increase balance and strength
  • Build your confidence in your ability to be physically active

Class Information

Will return in Fall 2017.

    Registration


    Classes are free, and are open to all county residents. Registration is required. Please visit SMARTlink and input walk barcode to register for Walk with Ease.

    Additional Information


    For more information, please contact the Health and Wellness Division. We hope you will participate!