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Monday Adult Pick-Up Basketball
Cardio Strength Fusion - A.M.*
Cardio Strength Fusion - P.M.
Parkinson's Disease (PD1) - Keep Moving with Boxing
Parkinson's Disease (PD2) - Keep Moving with Boxing
yoga4cancer
Tuesday Adult Pickleball
Adult Pick-Up Volleyball
Barre Sculpt
Cardio Drumming
Flow (Vinyasa) Yoga
Stronger Bones – Better Balance*
Zumba
Wednesday Cardio Strength Fusion - A.M.*
Parkinson's Disease (PD1) - Keep Moving with Boxing
Parkinson's Disease (PD2) - Keep Moving with Boxing
Thursday Adult Pick-Up Basketball
Adult Pickleball
Adult Pickleball for Parkinson's
Flow (Vinyasa) Yoga
Tone and Sculpt
Zumba
Zumba Toning
Friday Adult Pickleball
Cardio Strength Fusion - A.M.*
Parkinson's Disease (PD1) - Keep Moving with Boxing
Saturday Zumba with Jocelyn
* 55+ Friendly

Aerobics


BARRE SCULPT

This fun, energetic workout fuses classical ballet, yoga, aerobics, and Pilates that will sculpt your body, improve posture, overall strength, and balance. Class alternates between the barre and matt-based exercises which consist of low-impact, high repetition movements using light weights and a Pilates ball (all provided).

No ballet experience necessary and all fitness levels are welcome. Bring a mat and water bottle. Nonslip, grip barre or yoga socks required.

Winter Session I: Tuesdays, January 9 – March 5
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
$64
Winter Session II: Tuesdays, March 12 – April 30
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
$64
Location: WROC Fitness Room  
Instructor: Pam Hart – Certified Primary Barre Instructor by Fitour; holistic health coach and nationally certified in group fitness and weight training for women; more than 30 years teaching experience. CPR certified.
Minimum: 6 per class  
Maximum: 12 per class  

CARDIO DRUMMING - Find an exercise you love!

Cardio Drumming is a whole-body exercise that involves drumming on large physioballs while maintaining rhythm to music. This is a moderate to high intensity workout that can be easily adapted to all fitness levels and done sitting or standing and modified based on the individual’s comfort and response to the activity. This is a fun, exciting program that involves music, dancing, and socializing.

Instructor Eric Horton, a physical therapist, specializes in the treatment of individuals living with neurological disorders, including Parkinson’s Disease. Eric utilizes this unique, rhythm-based, exercise intervention to promote coordination training, balance training, and healthy cardiovascular exercise.

Please bring an inflated yoga ball/physio ball: Recommended size 65 cm and rated burst-resistant. Balls can be purchased at Walmart and Amazon. Drumsticks and basket to hold ball will be provided.

Winter Session: Tuesdays, March 19 – April 30
(no class 4/16)
2:45 – 3:45 p.m.
$48
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Eric Horton* PT, DPT
Minimum: 10 per class  


CARDIO STRENGTH FUSION - A.M. (55+ Friendly)

Never boring and suitable for beginner to advanced exercisers, this fun class combines low-impact and medium to high intensity cardiovascular exercises (traditional aerobics, kickboxing, and dance) with intervals of strength training, balance, core work, and Pilates. Modifications for all exercises are demonstrated. You’ll strengthen your muscles and bones, burn calories, and improve your balance and coordination as you move to great music!

Wear fitness shoes and bring a water bottle and mat. Weights and Pilates rings are provided.

Winter Session II: February 26 – April 19
(no class 3/29)
8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
Mondays: $64
Wednesdays: $64
Fridays: $48
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Pam Hart – holistic health coach and nationally certified in group fitness and weight training for women; certified as a Primary Barre Instructor by Fitour; more than 30 years teaching experience. CPR certified.
Minimum: 6 per class  


CARDIO STRENGTH FUSION - P.M. (55+ Friendly)

Never boring and suitable for beginner to advanced exercisers, this fun class combines low-impact and medium to high intensity cardiovascular exercises (traditional aerobics, kickboxing, and dance) with intervals of strength training, balance, core work, and Pilates. Modifications for all exercises are demonstrated. You’ll strengthen your muscles and bones, burn calories, and improve your balance and coordination as you move to great music!

Wear fitness shoes and bring a water bottle and mat. Weights and Pilates rings are provided.

Winter Session II: Mondays, March 4 – April 22
6:45 - 7:45 p.m.
$64
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Pam Hart – holistic health coach and nationally certified in group fitness and weight training for women; certified as a Primary Barre Instructor by Fitour; more than 30 years teaching experience. CPR certified.
Minimum: 8 per session  
Maximum: 20 per session  


ZUMBA

Zumba is a fusion of Latin and international music – dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system! Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations that allow the Zumba participants to dance away their worries. Zumba is fun and easy to do. Two left feet, no problem. Just move to the music.

Classes include Zumba Toning, bring lightweight toning sticks or dumbbells. Dance/fitness sneakers or sneakers with a worn tread are recommended but not required.

Winter Session II: March 5 – April 25
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesdays: $56
Thursdays: $56
Pay per class: $10 - Exact change required.
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Debbie Colditz – licensed Zumba instructor since April 2007, AFAA and CPR certified. Studied dance for 17 years and fitness for more than 20 years.
Minimum:
6 per class  


ZUMBA TONING

Zumba Toning takes the original Zumba fitness class to the next level with the addition of lightweight toning sticks or dumbbells. Created to emphasize muscle work along with rhythms, this combination of cardio and dynamic resistive exercise is an effective use of progressive lightweight training to improve overall performance. Zumba Toning is fun, different, challenging, and effective.

Must bring 1-3 lb. Zumba toning sticks or dumbbells. (Toning sticks are preferred since the Toning Program is designed for their use.)

This class is not recommended for anyone with neck or shoulder pain/injuries.

Prerequisite: Must be in or have taken WROC Zumba to register for Toning. No walk-ins, no make-up classes.

Winter Session II: Thursdays, March 7 – April 25
8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
$40
Register for Zumba Toning when you register for Zumba.
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Debbie Colditz – licensed Zumba instructor since April 2007, AFAA and CPR certified. Studied dance for 17 years and fitness for more than 20 years.
Minimum: 10 per session  


ZUMBA with JOCELYN

Zumba is a fusion of Latin and international music – dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system! Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations that allow the Zumba participants to dance away their worries. Zumba is fun and easy to do. Two left feet? No problem! Just move to the music.

Winter Session II: Mondays, March 4 - April 29
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
$56

Saturdays, March 2 – April 20
(no class 3/30)
9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
$49

Pay per class: $10 - Exact change required.

Register here for Monday and/or Saturday.

Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Jocelyn Blystone – licensed Zumba Instructor since 2012, CPR Certified
Minimum: 6  

Athletics


ADULT PICK-UP BASKETBALL

All players must be a least 18 years old and complete online registration.

Winter Session: Mondays and Thursdays
January 4 – April 29
(no games 1/15, 2/19, 3/28)
8:10 – 10:00 p.m.
$30

Location: WROC (gym)  
Facilitator: Shaun Rowles

ADULT PICKLEBALL
Fellowship, fun, and non-competitive

All players must be at least 18 years old and complete online registration.

Pickleball is a racket game for all ages and abilities and designed as a fun, social, and easy-to-learn activity! Combining the elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong, pickleball uses paddles, a small wiffle ball, a net, and a court.

For safety, court shoes are recommended.

Winter Session: Tuesdays: January 2 – April 30
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$30
Maximum: 25
Session is full.
  Thursdays: January 4 – April 25
(no games 3/28)
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$30
Maximum: 25
Session is full.
  Fridays: January 5 – April 26
(no games 3/29)
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$30
Maximum: 25
Session is full.

 

Facilitators: Tuesdays – George Krock
Thursdays – Don Baumann and Dick McMillan
Fridays – Kathy Long
 
Location: WROC (gym)  


ADULT PICKLEBALL for Parkinson's - Level 1
Fellowship, fun, and non-competitive

Pickleball is a great sport for those living with Parkinson’s. It is a low-impact sport that helps keep you mobile and active, improves balance and hand-eye coordination, and is just plain fun! Pickleball combines the elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. Pickleball uses paddles, a small wiffle ball, a net, and a court.

New to the game? We have qualified instructors who have experience with Parkinson’s disease to help you learn the fundamentals.

Participants must be able to walk independently without the assistance of a cane or walker and move safely around the court. Participants may bring their care partner who is also eligible to play at no additional cost.

Paddles and balls provided. Court shoes are required.

Winter Session: Thursdays: February 1 – May 23
(no games 3/28)
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
$30
Maximum: 15
 
Location: WROC (gym)    


ADULT PICK-UP VOLLEYBALL

All players must be a least 18 years old and complete online registration.

Winter Session: Tuesdays, January 2 – April 30
8:10 – 10:00 p.m.
$30
Location: WROC (gym)  
Facilitator: Bryan Kern

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Strength, Conditioning, and Balance


PARKINSON'S DISEASE LEVEL 1 (PD1) - KEEP MOVING WITH BOXING
Boxing and fitness class for those managing Parkinson’s Disease

PD1 Workout – Keep Moving with Boxing combines non-contact boxing drills with a wide variety of fitness exercises to provide maximum positive impact on the management of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) symptoms and is for individuals who do not need any type of assisted device for safety. Classes include vigorous exercise combined with a focus on balance, agility, gait and flexibility.

Participants must bring boxing gloves and hand wraps (to wear inside the glove) to class. Pull on glove-style hand wraps (recommended) and 16-ounce gloves (recommended) can be purchased at Amazon, Dick's Sporting Goods, and Target online or in store. 

Participants must be able to walk independently without the assistance of a cane or walker. Participants will be evaluated on the first day of class; PD2 Workout – Keep Moving may be an alternative. 

Winter Session I: January 3 – March 1
(no class 1/15, 2/19)

9:10 – 10:10 a.m.
Mondays: $42
Wednesdays: $63
Fridays (circuits*): $63

10:10 – 11:10 a.m.
Mondays: $42
Wednesdays: $63
Fridays: $63
Winter Session II: March 4 – April 19
(no class 3/29)

9:10 – 10:10 a.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $49
Fridays (circuits*): $35

10:10 – 11:10 a.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $49
Fridays: $35
  *PD1 Circuits - variety of fitness exercises inspired by boxing training. Classes include vigorous exercise with a focus on balance, agility, gait and flexibility. Boxing gloves not required.
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Marta Phelps – Rock Steady Boxing Certified; USA Boxing Silver Level Certification; Professional Boxing Coach PA licensed; CPR Certified
Maximum: 15  


PARKINSON'S DISEASE LEVEL 2 (PD2) - KEEP MOVING WITH BOXING

PD2 Workout – Keep Moving with Boxing combines non-contact boxing drills with a wide variety of fitness exercises to provide maximum positive impact on the management of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) symptoms and is generally for those who need some sort of assisted device such as a cane or walker due to balance, endurance or cognitive issues. This moderately paced class includes lower impact exercise combined with a focus on improving balance, gait, overall strength, and flexibility.

Participants are required to attend with a caregiver (spouse, family member, or friend) to ensure safety. Instructor will evaluate, by request, exceptions to caregiver requirement prior to the beginning of class.

Participants must bring boxing gloves and hand wraps (to wear inside the glove) to class. Pull on glove-style hand wraps (recommended) and 16-ounce gloves (recommended) can be purchased at Amazon, Dick's Sporting Goods, and Target online or in store.

Winter Session II: March 4 – April 17
12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $49
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Marta Phelps – Rock Steady Boxing Certified; USA Boxing Silver Level Certification; Professional Boxing Coach PA licensed; CPR Certified
Maximum: 10  


STRONGER BONES – BETTER BALANCE (55+ Friendly)

Build and maintain bone strength! 

Weight-bearing exercise and resistance training play a critical role in building and maintaining bone strength. This class is a gentle, fun, low impact, joint-friendly workout that strengthens the spine, helps rebuild bone, and teaches balance to help reduce the risk of fractures. Wear fitness shoes, bring light (2-3 lb.) weights and a water bottle.  

Winter Session I: Tuesdays, January 9 – March 5
10:10 – 11:10 a.m.
$64
Winter Session II: Tuesdays, March 12 – April 30
10:10 – 11:10 a.m.
$64
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Pam Hart,  certified holistic health coach, certified in group fitness, weight training for women and primary barre.  More than 30 years teaching experience.  CPR certified.
Minimum: 6 per session  


TONE and SCULPT

Tone and Sculpt is designed to shape and tone the body using weights, bands, and bars (all provided). All muscle groups will be challenged with 45 minutes of sculpting followed by 15 minutes of floor work for abs and glutes. All fitness levels welcome.

Winter Session I: Thursdays, January 4 – February 29
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
$56
Winter Session II: Thursdays, March 7 – April 25
(no class 4/4)
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
$49
Location: WROC Fitness Room  
Instructor: Jennifer Alexander – ASFA Certified; more than 30 years teaching experience. CPR certified.
Maximum: 12 per session  

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Yoga


FLOW (VINYASA) YOGA

Class focuses on body awareness while stretching, breathing, building balance and strength, and increasing flexibility using a smooth flow format. Prayer and scripture will be incorporated to help build and support the spirit, mind and body.

Class is suitable for beginner through intermediate. Yoga positions will be described and modified for those new to yoga. Students should be able to get up and down off the floor with ease.

Bring a mat, yoga block (if desired), and water bottle. Mats, blocks, and straps are available for use.

Winter Session II: February 29 – April 18
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesdays: $56
Thursdays: $64
Location: Fellowship Hall
Room 176 on March 12
 
Instructor: Jill Pappas – RYT 200; CPR certified.
Minimum: 6 per class  


Yoga and Meditation for Cancer Recovery

Yoga4cancer (y4c) is a research based, specialized yoga methodology addressing the specific physical and emotional needs left by cancer and its treatments. Yoga4cancer can help you maintain a strong immune system, build muscle strength, improve bone density, reduce stress, improve sleep, and provide a supportive community. This class is open to all cancer survivors and their caregivers with or without yoga experience. 

These classes are not one-size-fits-all, nor simply a gentle yoga class. All y4c instructors have received advanced training and are sensitive to your concerns as a post-operative patient or someone currently undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments. Classes are excellent for all levels, including beginners. Yoga classes are mat-based but we can modify them if you prefer to sit in a chair.  

Mats and props provided. Wear comfortable clothing.

Read more about yoga4cancer and Shawna Locke.

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