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|Midsection toning of abs, back and sides, incorporating stability balls, weighted balls, balls and 1/2 foam rolls. Postural correction and alignment are emphasized. Intermediate balance training included.|
Instructor: Stacey Popp
|Aqua Fitness Fusion|
|All of our aquacise classes provide aerobic and strength conditioning using water resistance and buoyancy. They include a warm up, a conditioning phase, a cool down, and stretches.|
Instructor: Stacey Popp
|Somatic Relaxation (formally known as Hanna Somatics)|
Learn gentle Hanna Somatic exercises that train your brain to release and relax muscles that have become habitually tight, stiff, and sore from exercise, daily activities, stress, and old injuries. Bring greater awareness, ease, and suppleness into your whole life.
Accessible to everyone. Most movements are done on the floor. Mats and props available.
Instructor: Pam Percy, 200RYT, Somatic Yoga certified
|FITNESS RM - OPEN USE|
|The fitness room is available for use Monday - Saturday 6am-8am. Enter through door just west of main doors between 6 and 7 am.|
|Attendees may exercise or swim at their own risk in our warmly heated pool. Volunteer monitors usually available. Lap swimming, water exercising and some water exercising equipment available. Any personal equipment must be approved by staff. Open Swim is not available during Aqua Fitness classes. Swimmers are expected to be ready to exit the building by closing time. ADA compliant lift available. Bring your own attendant.|
|Any Center Activity, including time spent in the lobby, use of Dakim, use of the alcove computer, working in the gardens, Tax Aide, hanging a gallery show, Medicare counseling, etc. This is a catch-all for any Center Activity NOT listed elsewhere on this calendar, for the purposes of tracking attendance.|
|Personal Training Sessions must be previously arranged with the personal trainers.|
|Walking, Biking, Running|
|Walking, biking or running is recorded as Center-sponsored fitness activity, so long as the individual checks in at the Front Desk before or right after the activity.|
|Easy, flowing dance movements that work the whole body; all the joints gently being moved in all the right directions. This technique (developed by Marion Rosen) was designed to prevent injuries, teach somatic movement with a sequence of stretches, joint mobilizations, and dance-like movements that are done to music. This is not an aerobic or cardiovascular training class but about movement awareness, and flexibility.
Instructor: Sheilah Giles