That’s no ordinary mirror on the wall in the Cadence at Kent-Meridian fitness studio. It’s a high-tech fitness mirror where residents of the retirement community can connect to live workouts and on-demand classes while exercising alongside friends and family around the world!

That’s no ordinary mirror on the wall in the Cadence at Kent-Meridian fitness studio. It’s a high-tech fitness mirror where residents of the retirement community can connect to live workouts and on-demand classes while exercising alongside friends and family around the world!

The tech, talent and connectivity of modern senior wellness in Kent

When composing a wellness plan at your new retirement community, don’t forget MOVEMENT!

If life is a musical, then our days are overflowing with a symphony of programs. At Cadence at Kent-Meridian, the retirement community opening soon in Kent, Washington, every resident keeps their own rhythm while also connecting to the music in the greater community.

Some may choose to engage with the Furtissimo Pet Program or the Aria Arts Program, and when it comes to wellness, the InTune Fitness Program makes life a song!

“Cadence Living is dedicated to providing a lifestyle that fully embraces wellness. True holistic wellness energizes both the mind and the body, to help you become stronger, steadier and more balanced in all that you do,” says Tracey Harvey of Cadence Living.

3 ways Cadence at Kent-Meridian stays InTune with wellness!

  1. State of the art technology: Members of the Cadence at Kent-Meridian community enjoy access to the latest in fitness technology, designed to make exercise fun and interactive! Activate a high-tech fitness mirror to join an exclusive network of fitness instructors offering thousands of on-demand classes and live workouts. Stay motivated, track your progress, exercise with friends and family and enjoy a healthier lifestyle!
  2. Community competitions: Every three months the In-Tune Fitness Program at Cadence will host a competition where residents can earn rewards for their fitness. “It’s just another way to build community, stay motivated and reward residents for participating,” Harvey says. The top five residents with the highest participation will earn Diamond Status, while other participants will be presented with Gold, Silver and Bronze awards depending on their efforts.
  3. Effortless family communication: Wellness is about more than exercise minutes — a big part of staying InTune with your wellness is staying connected to family. With Caremerge, it’s easy to keep in contact with loved ones living at Cadence at Kent-Meridian, even when you can’t be there in person. Log in using your smartphone, tablet or computer to communicate easily with your loved one and the staff who know them best. Enjoy peace of mind knowing your loved one is staying active, and effortlessly offer feedback to designated staff in real time.

Cadence at Kent-Meridian is opening soon! For more information on amenities and available homes, visit cadencesl.com/communities/cadence-at-kent-meridian, or call 253-549-9300 to schedule a tour. Follow Cadence at Kent-Meridian on Facebook and Instagram for the latest news.




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