Class Schedule

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aston® kinetics: reclaim your natural posture and movement: relieve aching neck, back, shoulders and arms workshop (studio)

Upcoming Sessions
  • December 12
Our bodies often experience postural change as a result of repetitive strain, injury, surgery, illness, life stress and other conditions. Aston Kinetics offers a unique approach for reclaiming your natural postural alignment and introduces you to a new way of moving and using your body for increased comfort and mobility in everyday and specialized activities.

gentle yoga (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • October 29 - December 10
  • January 7 - February 11
This class will not only relax and calm you, but will also rejuvenate and revitalize your energy. Laraine considers yoga “meditation in motion,” and leads students to a place of comfort, ease and stability with simple yet effective alignment-based postures, rhythmic movement, breathwork, positive affirmations, and a powerful meditative practice.

living & moving with osteoporosis level 1: (studio)

Upcoming Sessions
  • November 2 - January 6
Picking up children, carrying groceries, driving, maybe a little dancing. For all the things we do each day, this class provides exercises that support and replicate daily movements for those with osteoporosis and osteopenia including movements to avoid and modify. The class is appropriate for various fitness levels and modifiable for all. Studies from the Harvard Medical School have shown that resistance, weight-bearing and impact exercises help to build bone density.

living & moving with osteoporosis: level 1 (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • November 2 - January 6
Picking up children, carrying groceries, driving, maybe a little dancing. For all the things we do each day, this class provides exercises that support and replicate daily movements for those with osteoporosis and osteopenia including movements to avoid and modify. The class is appropriate for various fitness levels and modifiable for all. Studies from the Harvard Medical School have shown that resistance, weight-bearing and impact exercises help to build bone density.

living & moving with osteoporosis: level 1 (studio/saturday)

Upcoming Sessions
  • November 6 - January 15
  • November 6 - January 15
Picking up children, carrying groceries, driving, maybe a little dancing. For all the things we do each day, this class provides exercises that support and replicate daily movements for those with osteoporosis and osteopenia including movements to avoid and modify. The class is appropriate for various fitness levels and modifiable for all. Studies from the Harvard Medical School have shown that resistance, weight-bearing and impact exercises help to build bone density.

parkinson's movement: dance for pd ~ healing movement to music for parkinson's & movement-related disorders (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • December 9 - December 23
The internationally-acclaimed, research-backed Dance for PD® program, founded in 2001, offers specialized dance classes to people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers in over 300 communities around the world. Students experience the joys and benefits of dance while creatively addressing symptom-specific concerns related to balance, cognition, motor skill, depression and physical confidence. The program, called “the gold standard for how a performing arts organization can make an extraordinary contribution to health and wellness” (Renee Fleming), uses dance to empower students to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative. 

parkinson's movement: dance for pd ~ healing movement to music for parkinson's & movement-related disorders (studio)

Upcoming Sessions
  • December 9 - December 23
The internationally-acclaimed, research-backed Dance for PD® program, founded in 2001, offers specialized dance classes to people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers in over 300 communities around the world. Students experience the joys and benefits of dance while creatively addressing symptom-specific concerns related to balance, cognition, motor skill, depression and physical confidence. The program, called “the gold standard for how a performing arts organization can make an extraordinary contribution to health and wellness” (Renee Fleming), uses dance to empower students to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative. 
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