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which is included in the event calendar within the newsletter pdf.
Balance & Flexibility (40min.): An engaging, multidimensional training class focused on improving balance, range of motion, and coordination through static and dynamic movement exercises. Participants will also benefit from body weight exercises to strengthen the lower body and core muscles, and an applied stretching sequence aimed to improve flexibility.
Circuit Training: Lively music and 7 stations of different exercises which help develop the muscles that get you off the floor if you fall.
Courtyard Tappers—Seated Tap Dance (45 minutes): The Summit room studio will host this seated tap dancing class open to beginners and experienced tap dancers. The first half of the class focuses on tap technique exercises while the second half combines moves to create a tap routine. The tappers meet every Monday morning at 11:00am.
Fitness Equipment Orientation: Drop in, no need to sign up. This is an introduction to the equipment.
Sit & Be Fit Fitness Video (30 minutes): Saturday mornings, a fitness video will be play in the Summit room which will guide participants through seated total body workout.
Sit & Fit with Michele (45 minutes): This class is a combination of flexibility, balance and chair aerobics. Be ready for upbeat tunes and a fun time!
Tai Chi (40 minutes): This class may be done seated or standing. Although Tai Chi is slow and gentle and doesn’t leave you breathless, it addresses the key components of fitness – muscle strength, flexibility, balance, and, to a lesser degree, aerobic conditioning.
Tone & Core (45 min.): Participants can make gains to improve muscular endurance, muscular strength and joint stability through exercises focused for each major muscle group, including the lower body, upper body, and core. A variety of equipment will be used such as hand-held weights, elastic bands and resistance balls.
Wake Up with Michele (40 minutes): Great way to begin your week. Focused breathing, stretching, and Tai Chi basics round this class to warm you up for the day.
“Dynamic”: Designed for anyone looking to challenge themselves cardio wise, strength wise and involves some easy dance and balance movements and stands more than the gentle class
“Gentle” : is geared towards the participant that might have painful joints, arthritis, hip replacements and general stiffness. A great class for anyone that is new to fitness or unsure of where to start.