Roll & Stretch

Release tightness and tension in the body and feel oh-so-good after! Stretching regularly can improve mobility and decrease the risk of injury. Class moves at a relaxed pace, taking time to find and target tight areas and work these areas gently. Not recommended for people with osteoporosis. Participants should be able to move about on the floor easily. Bring yoga mat. All equipment provided during class. Space is limited.

Location

Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind & Body
310 Baker Ave

things to bring

  • Yoga/Exercise mat

sessions

September 9 - October 28
Thu 10:30 AM - Thu 11:30 AM

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November 4 - December 16
Thu 10:30 AM - Thu 11:00 AM
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instructor

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Rhonda Hamer

Rhonda Hamer is a Certified Personal Trainer with specialties in Senior Fitness, Functional Aging, Posture, Balance and is a Certified Nutrition Coach. Her passion for educating using play, movements that translate into everyday activities and lots of varied exercise to challenge the body and keep things interesting is apparent in her classes.

Rhonda considers herself an educator first and foremost and has been teaching others through sport/fitness since the age of 16. She loves not only helping folks learn how to use their bodies but also why we move the way we do. Posture, balance, core stability and mobility allow us to move towards improved strength, agility, power, and the ability to enjoy life to its fullest at any age or to remain fit or regain fitness as we age. Osteoporosis, among other conditions, only changes how to move; it does not determine if one can move. Rhonda believes in options and modifications for all in order to move well and pain free.

Rhonda is available for one-on-one and small group training and nutrition coaching.