January 26 - Aerobic-lates™ with Rikki Alrutz, Yoga and Pilates Instructor. Rikki is also the creator of Aerobic-lates™ Her teaching degrees include the Temple of Kriya Yoga, PhysicalMind Institute Pilates, and Balanced Body. Please bring a yoga mat and 1, 2, or 3 pound mini weights, if you have them, as Rikki will integrate them into many of the exercises. Be prepared to sweat during this intense 45 minute class while listening to great music.
Future classes include Zumba with Lydia Martel on Feburary 2, Tai Chi with Kathy Brenner on February 9 and Gentle Pilates with Rikki Alrutz on February 16.
This series is made possible by a grant from the Health Department, City of Middletown
January 19 - Jeet Kune Do with Deron Franklin, Centerline Jeet Kune Do Instructor. Deron began his martial arts studies in Taekwondo where he received a 3rd Degree Black Belt. He currently spends the majority of his training in Jeet Kune Do where he has achieved a Level 7. Jeet Kune Do (JKD) is Sijo Bruce Lee's eclectic system combining techniques taken from other martial arts. JKD advocates may utilize techniques from the trapping and short range punches of Wing Chun, the kicks of northern Chinese styles as well as Savate, the footwork found in Western Fencing and the techniques of Western Boxing, to list a few.
Saturdays at 2:00 pm
January 12, 19 and 26
Try out six different workouts on six consecutive Saturdays to help you stick to your
New Year's resolutions. Each class begins at 2pm. All classes are free, but registration
is required and some class sizes are limited.
Please call the Information Desk at 860-347-2520 to register.
The schedule is:
January 12 - Yoga with Sandra Kopell, E-RYT, Director of Yoga in Middletown Studio, B.K.S.Iyengar Teacher Training Graduate, M.A.L.S, Wesleyan University, Dance and Movement Studies. No experience is necessary to attend this yoga class that will emphasize optimal alignment so that participants can safely and joyously experience the many benefits of an intelligent yoga practice. Some of these benefits are improved strength and flexibility, better posture, enhanced respiratory, organic, and circulatory functioning as well as a quieting of the mind and nervous system.
Requirements: Bare feet, food digested, a yoga mat if you have one.
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