Class Schedule

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align in motion for whole body fitness (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • January 17 - March 7
Come restore, balance, strengthen, and feel better in your body. This class series teaches a unique  fitness routine based on Aston Kinetics™ principles of natural movement to loosen, stretch and tone your whole body. These functional exercises are designed to improve your posture by releasing habitual tension that may be preventing you from moving in ways that you would like.

an evening of zero balancing®: reclaiming your essential self free lecture online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 9
  • March 23
Would you like to feel more vitality, more connected to yourself and others, and sustain a positive outlook in life? Come learn about Zero Balancing (ZB), a body-mind therapy that uses gentle touch to help re-organize our body’s internal structure and energy to resolve unconscious tension patterns for relief of bodily discomfort and emotional distress. Zero Balancing is for anyone who carries life stress and wants to feel better in their body and more ease in life.

babysitting training for ages 10-15

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 11
  • March 25
One-day class for ages 10-15 covers everything you need to know to be a great babysitter! Certificate of participation awarded upon completion.

back school with dr. paul berkeley (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 13 - April 3
Up to 80% of adults will experience back pain in their lifetime, and in 2017, low back pain became the largest cause of disability in America. Low back pain becomes more common as you get older, worse with prolonged sitting and can not only increase pain, but reduce quality of life. However, you don’t have to live with the pain, as so many of us are prone to do.

To learn more, attend a free introductory online lecture on Thursday, September 8; registration required.

balance bingo! with dr. naseem chatiwala (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • January 18 - February 22
  • March 8 - April 12
Maintaining balance (whether stationary or moving) is a skill that incorporates interaction between many systems of our human body. Because balance is so complex, a multidimensional tailored exercise program is needed to address and improve it. When you feel balanced and steady it empowers you to do more throughout the day and reduces your fear of falls.

balance bingo! with dr. naseem chatiwala (studio)

Upcoming Sessions
  • January 18 - February 22
  • March 8 - April 12
Maintaining balance (whether stationary or moving) is a skill that incorporates interaction between many systems of our human body. Because balance is so complex, a multidimensional tailored exercise program is needed to address and improve it. When you feel balanced and steady it empowers you to do more throughout the day and reduces your fear of falls.

bone up on bone health with targeted exercise & nutrition (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • January 24 - March 14
  • January 26 - March 16
  • March 28 - May 16
  • March 30 - May 18
Studies from the Harvard Medical School have shown that resistance, weight-bearing and impact exercises help to build bone density. And while exercise is a critical factor in improving and maintaining bone health, evidence shows that not all exercise is created equal when it comes to building stronger bones. For those with osteoporosis and osteopenia, it’s crucial to learn the best ways to move to avoid fractures and injury. For all the things we do each day, this class provides evidence-based exercises that support and replicate daily movements for those with osteoporosis and osteopenia, as well as discussions on nutrition, posture and safe movement.
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