Class Schedule

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essentrics stretch and tone

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 24 - March 30
Essentrics Stretch and Tone is a unique full-body workout that strengthens and lengthens your muscles simultaneously, resulting in longer, leaner, stronger muscles without using weights or equipment.

parkinson's movement: dance for pd

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 27 - April 16
This class uses various dance techniques and styles to address balance, flexibility, movement range and rhythm in a safe and enjoyable environment.

essentrics restore, release & rebalance

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 24 - March 30
Essentrics Restore, Release & Rebalance is a full-body, rebalancing exercise program designed to help you slowly build strength, flexibility and mobility, and reawaken the power of your 650 muscles.

fitness for parkinson's - advanced

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 24 - April 1
  • June 1 - July 8
Classes include stretching, core strengthening and balance training customized to the needs and levels of the class.

strength, balance & flexibility for seniors

Upcoming Sessions
  • February 26 - April 1
  • April 8 - May 13
Based on Healing Motion for Life, this class focuses on conditioning the core and balance by learning how to move the body in a healthy way to strengthen, avoid injury and reinforce proper movement principles.

aston kinetics: restoring function of upper extremity & trunk

Upcoming Sessions
  • June 14
Our bodies often experience postural change as a result of repetitive strain, injury, stress, surgery, illness or other physical conditions. These postural changes may be contributing to discomfort or pain and preventing you from being active in ways that you want to. Aston Kinetics offers a unique approach for reclaiming natural postural alignment and introduces you to a new way of moving for increased mobility and improved function in everyday and specialized activities.

hip mobility yoga workshop

Upcoming Sessions
  • May 16
There are 22 muscles that cross over the hip joint at different angles and in multiple directions. Besides being uncomfortable, tightness in these muscles can throw off your posture and show up as pain elsewhere in the body.
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