Senior Strength Training
Working on Balance, Core and Strength, using weights and body weight to develop strength in all areas.
Use controlled movements to tone and strengthen your body, as well as to increase endurance and coordination.
A typical Integral Hatha Yoga class gives a solid foundation in the Classic style of Hatha Yoga including Asana (postures) Pranayama (breathing practice) Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation) and an introduction to meditation. The intent of this style of Yoga is to create a supple and relaxed body, increase vitality and the overall harmonious development of the mind body connection.
is yoga for every person. The focus is on having fun, using the breath to move you through the postures, learning balance mentally and physically and a practice called moving meditation where for a short time in the class we move to music.
Beginner/Level I Hatha Yoga
For those new to Yoga, wanting to restart a Yoga practice, or just wishing for an easeful start to the week, come and move through the foundational postures (asana) learn or refresh breathing practices (pranayama) and relax deeply with Yoga Nidra
Get a great workout in our aqua class taught by a certified aquatic trainer. It’s an hour long and includes a warm-up, cardio and cool down. You do not have to know how to swim
Stretching & Balance – feel better & prevent injuries (open to all members)
Stretching is key to improving performance, balance, strength, stamina and flexibility for overall body conditioning. Stretching helps prevent injury and encourages successful, ongoing participation in high impact sports such as tennis, running and strength training. The class is designed for active people of all ages and abilities.
Click here for the Fitness Calendar