Community Wellness Classes in SWFL
Wellness Through the Arts for All Ages
Our Wellness Outreach programs at TNP focus on providing health and wellness benefits to our community through the arts. From high school transition programs for teenagers with learning challenges to movement and improv classes for senior citizens with Parkinson’s – our classes and programs serve a wide variety of people in our community.
Classes are taught both on-site at schools, senior centers, and hospitals as well as online using a virtual classroom setting. Programs are customized for the ages and needs of the participants and are generally taught in an agreed-upon session length and schedule that works best for us and you.
If your business, school, or organization is interested in hosting one of our Wellness Outreach classes, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
These are some of our proud community partners that we serve with Wellness Outreach programs and classes:
- ABLE Academy
- All Seasons Naples
- Alzheimer’s Association of SWFL
- Alzheimer’s Support Network of Naples
- Avow Kids
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Collier County
- Collier County Public Schools
- Cypress Cove Senior Care
- David Lawrence Center
- First Presbyterian Church of Naples
- Friends of Foster Children
- Golden Gate High School
- Grace Place for Children and Families
- Gulf Coast High School
- Home School Groups of Collier County
- Immokalee High School
- Lely High School
- Memory Treatment Centers of Bonita Springs
- My Autism Connection (MAC)
- Naples Art Association
- Naples High School
- Naples Senior Center
- Naples Therapeutic Riding Center
- Palmetto Ridge High School
- Parkinson’s Association of SWFL
- River Park Community Center
- STARability Foundation
- Terraces of Bonita Springs
- The Arlington
- UAC-United Arts Council
- Valerie’s House
Outreach in the Spotlight
Diversity, equity, and inclusion take center stage
A recent article by Robin F. DeMattia for Blue Zones Project-Southwest Florida
“Our mission is inspiring our community and defining our culture,” said Craig Price, director of community education and wellness. “We make sure that every aspect of theater – singing, dancing, acting, improv, and volunteering – is available to everyone.”
To reach children with special needs or current life challenges, the Naples Players partners with organizations such as NCH Healthcare System, Collier County Public Schools, STARability, Grace Place Kids and Avow Kids.
These programs have continued online during the pandemic and are starting to open back up for in-person sessions.
During the “Improv for Communication Skills” class, for example, high school students in the school district’s transition program, who have intellectual disabilities, learn skills to help them plan for post-school work or studies when they age out of the program at 22.
The Naples Players
701 5th Avenue South, Naples, Florida 34102
Monday-Saturday: 10am to 4pm
*Will-Call & Wait-List opens 2 hours before curtain
Monday-Friday: 10am to 5pm