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Health and Safety Update

Continuing throughout Fall 2021 we require those who are unvaccinated to wear a mask. We recognize, regardless of vaccination status, you may still opt to wear a mask for a wide variety of personal reasons, and we support that decision. Social distancing and hand sanitizing stations will continue along with the use of an air ionization system to purify the indoor air. We’ll continue to monitor the current exposure risk of the pandemic and adjust as needed.


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Monday Adult Pick-Up Basketball
Cardio Kickboxing
Cardio Strength Fusion - A.M.*
Cardio Strength Fusion - P.M.
Gentle (Hatha) Yoga*
Parkinson's Disease Workout (PD1)
Parkinson's Disease Workout (PD2)
yoga4cancer
Tuesday Adult Pick-Up Volleyball
Flow (Vinyasa) Yoga - A.M.
Flow (Vinyasa) Yoga - P.M.
Strong Bodies-Strong Bones*
Tai Chi*
Zumba
Wednesday Cardio Strength Fusion - A.M.*
Gentle (Hatha) Yoga*
Parkinson's Disease Workout (PD1)
Parkinson's Disease Workout (PD2)

Thursday Adult Pick-Up Basketball
Adult Pickleball
Flow (Vinyasa) Yoga - A.M.
Strong Bodies-Strong Bones*
Tai Chi*
Zumba
Zumba Toning
Friday Adult Pickleball
Cardio Strength Fusion - A.M.*
Parkinson's Disease Workout (PD1)
 
Saturday Zumba with Jocelyn
 
* 55+ Friendly

Aerobics


CARDIO KICKBOXING

Cardio kickboxing combines kickboxing moves with fast-paced cardio all set to great music!  No equipment or gloves are used in this contactless workout, as we simply use the basic jabs, hooks, crosses, uppercuts, and kicks to build stamina, improve coordination, build muscle, and burn calories. You will learn the proper form for all moves as you engage your entire body while learning fun combinations!

This high-energy workout is for the beginner and elite athlete alike with low to higher impact options demonstrated.

Wear fitness shoes and bring a water bottle.

Fall Session I: September 13 – November 1
Mondays: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
$56
 
Fall Session II: November 8 – December 20
Mondays: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
$49
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Kristy Skerbetz – Certified Kickboxing Skills & Choreography Instructor and AFFA Group Fitness Instructor; First Aid and CPR certified. Kristy has been teaching group fitness classes for 12 years.


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

Never boring and suitable for beginner to advanced exercisers, this class incorporates a fusion of exercise styles with focus on both aerobic and strength elements. Expect various types of low-impact, moderate intensity cardiovascular exercise including aerobics, dance, boot camp, and cardio kickboxing. In addition, strength training with weights, yoga, and/or Pilates will be incorporated into the exercise sessions.

Bring a mat and water bottle. For your safety mats are not provided and water fountains are not in use.

Fall Session I: September 8 – October 29
8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $56
Fridays: $56
 
Fall Session II: November 1 – December 22 (no class 11/26)
8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Mondays: $56
Wednesdays: $56
Fridays: $42
  Pre-registration and payment are required prior to class start date.
Paper registration and pay per class option are no longer available
.
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  
Maximum: 15 per class  


CARDIO STRENGTH FUSION - P.M. (Higher Intensity)

Never boring and suitable for beginner to advanced exercisers, this class incorporates a fusion of exercise styles with focus on both aerobic and strength elements. Expect various types of high and low-impact cardiovascular exercise including aerobics, dance, boot camp, and cardio kickboxing. In addition, strength training with weights, yoga, and/or Pilates will be incorporated into the exercise sessions.

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

Fall Session I: September 13 – October 25
Mondays: 6:45 – 7:45 p.m.
$49
 
Fall Session II: November 1 – December 20
Mondays: 6:45 – 7:45 p.m.
$56
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Pam Hart – holistic health coach and nationally certified in group fitness and weight training for women; more than 25 years teaching experience. CPR certified.
Minimum: 8 per session  
Maximum: 15 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.

Bring a water bottle and small towel. For your safety water fountains are not in use.

Fall Session I: September 7 – October 28
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesdays: $56
Thursdays: $56
 
Fall Session II: November 2 – December 23 (no class 11/25)
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesdays: $56
Thursdays: $49
  Pre-registration and payment are required prior to class start date.
Paper registration and pay per class option are no longer available
.
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  
Maximum
22 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.

Fall Session I: September 9 – October 28
Thursdays: 8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
$40
 
Fall Session II: November 4 – December 23 (no class 11/25)
Thursdays: 8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
$49
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  
Maximum: 18 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.

Fall Session I: Saturdays: September 11 – October 30
9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
$56
In person or via Zoom
 
Fall Session II: Tuesdays: November 2 – December 21
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
$56
 
  Saturdays: November 6 – December 18 (no class 11/20)
9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
$42
In person or via Zoom
 
  Click here to register for any of the above days.
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Jocelyn Blystone – licensed Zumba Instructor since 2012, CPR Certified
Minimum: 6  
Maximum: 18  

Athletics


ADULT PICK-UP BASKETBALL

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

Fall Session: September 13 – December 23 (no games 11/25)
Mondays and Thursdays: 8:10 – 10:00 p.m.
$25
Location: WROC (gym)  
Facilitator: Shaun Rowles

ADULT PICKLEBALL
Fun, social, and non-competitive

All players must register and be at least 18 years old.

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.

Fall Session: Thursdays: September 16 – December 16
(no games 11/25)
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$20
Maximum: 30
  Fridays: September 17 – December 17
(no games 11/26)
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$20
Maximum: 30

ADULT PICK-UP VOLLEYBALL

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

Fall Session: September 14 – December 21
Tuesdays: 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.
$25
Location: WROC (gym)  
Facilitator: Bryan Kern

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Strength, Conditioning, and Balance


PARKINSON'S DISEASE LEVEL 1 (PD1) WORKOUT - KEEP MOVING

The PD1 Workout is a fun and challenging fitness class designed for people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and is for individuals who do not need any type of assisted device for safety. Classes will include exercise to improve balance, overall strength, agility and gait. Conditioning is focused on a combination of cardio, flexibility, and balance to favorably impact daily life activities.

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. 

Fall Session I: September 8 – October 29
9:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $56
Fridays: $56
 
Fall Session II: November 1 – December 22 (no class 11/8, 11/10, 11/12, 11/26)
9:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $49
Fridays: $35
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Marta Phelps – Rock Steady Boxing Certified; USABoxing Level 1 Coach Certified; CPR Certified

Maximum: 12  

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

The PD2 Workout is a fun and challenging fitness class designed for people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease 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 to improve balance, overall strength, agility, and gait. The focus is a mixture of cardio, flexibility, and balance to favorably impact daily life activities.

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.

Fall Session I: September 8 – October 27
10:20 – 11:15 a.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $56
 
Fall Session II: November 1 – December 22 (no class 11/8, 11/10)
10:20 – 11:15 a.m.
Mondays: $49
Wednesdays: $49
Location: WROC (gym)  
Instructor: Marta Phelps – Rock Steady Boxing Certified; USABoxing Level 1 Coach Certified; CPR Certified
Maximum: 10  


STRONG BODIES – STRONG BONES (55+ Friendly)
Maintain and Build Bone Strength

Exercise plays a critical role in building and maintaining bone strength. Exercise Physiologist, Anne Brucker, presents a gentle, joint friendly osteo dynamic program that strengthens the spine, rebuilds bone, teaches balance and reduces fractures. Participants may choose to stand or sit.

Please bring a pair of light hand weights (2 to 3 lbs.) to class.

Fall Session I: September 7 – November 4 (no class 10/11, 10/17)
10:15 – 11:05 a.m.
Tuesdays: $56
Thursday: $56
 
Fall Session II: November 9 – December 23
10:15 – 11:05 a.m.
Tuesdays: $49
Thursday: $42
Registration
coming soon.
  Pre-registration and payment are required prior to class start date.
Paper registration and pay per class option are no longer available
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Location: Fellowship Hall  
Instructor: Anne Brucker* – M.Ed. Exercise Design
Minimum: 6 per session  
Maximum: 16 per session  

* Anne Brucker has worked for 40 years as a teacher, lecturer and researcher in the health industry. She served as the lead exercise physiologist for the six years at Highmark Osteoporosis HOPE study. Ms Brucker acted as the Exercise Design Coordinator and conducted the pilot program for the University of Pittsburgh’s 10 Keys to Healthy Living study and currently serves on the advisory board for the MOVE UP study at the University of Pittsburgh’s Prevention Research Center.


TAI CHI (55+ Friendly)

Energize your muscles, refresh your spirit, increase your blood flow, stimulate your mind, and regain youthful balance and agility through the gentle flowing motion of Tai Chi. This ancient Sun Style form is performed in a wavelike rhythm that brings harmony to breath and gentle movement. It is safe and soothing for fatigued muscles or arthritic joints. No special clothing required.

Fall Session I: September 7 – November 4 (no class 10/11, 10/17)
11:15 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
Tuesday: class full
Thursday: class full
 
Fall Session II: November 9 – December 23
11:15 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
Tuesdays: $49
Thursday: $42
Registration
coming soon.
  Pre-registration and payment are required prior to class start date.
Paper registration and pay per class option are no longer available
.
Location: Fellowship Hall  
Instructor: Anne Brucker – M.Ed. in Exercise Design and 10 years of martial arts experience.
Minimum: 6 per session  
Maximum: 16 per session  

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Yoga


FLOW (VINYASA) YOGA - A.M.

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.

Fall Session I: September 7 – October 28
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesdays: $56
Thursdays: $56
 
Fall Session II: November 2 – December 23 (no class 11/25)
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesdays: $56
Thursdays: $49
Location: Fellowship Hall
November 2 - Room 194
 
  Pre-registration and payment are required prior to class start date.
Paper registration and pay per class option are no longer available
.
Instructor: Tuesdays: Deanne Criste – Certified Yoga Instructor through The Savannah Yoga Center, E-RYT 200, RYT 500; CPR certified.
  Thursdays: Jill Pappas – Certified Yoga Instructor through South Hills Power Yoga; CPR certified.
Minimum: 6 per class  
Maximum: 16 per session  


FLOW (VINYASA) YOGA - P.M.

Class focuses on body awareness while stretching, breathing, building balance and strength, and increasing flexibility using a smooth flow format. Class is suitable for beginner through intermediate. Yoga positions will be described and modified for those new to yoga.

Fall Session I: September 7 – October 26
Tuesdays: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
$56
 
Fall Session II: November 9 – December 21
Tuesdays: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
$49
Location: Room 194  
Instructor: Nadina – Certified Yoga Instructor through Healthy Body Peaceful Soul; CPR certified.
Maximum: 16 per session  


GENTLE (HATHA) YOGA (55+ Friendly)

This yoga class emphasizes a gentle form of the classical hatha yoga poses and slow-moving yoga postures. It is non-competitive, fun and appropriate for people of all sizes, fitness levels, and ages. You don’t have to be a contortionist or even be able to touch your toes to perform the yoga exercises and poses! This gentler, slower-paced yoga program will improve your flexibility, will increase your strength and vitality, will reduce tension, and enhance inner calmness to bring health, enjoyment, and well-being into your life. Classes allow students to progress at his or her own pace. Both men and women are welcome. There are no age limitations.

Fall Session I: September 13 – October 27
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Mondays: $63
Wednesdays: $63
 
Fall Session II: November 17, December 1 and 8
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Wednesdays: $27
  Pre-registration and payment are required prior to class start date.
Paper registration and pay per class option are no longer available
.
Location: Fellowship Hall  
Instructor: Larkey Miller – Board certified by the Himalayan Institute; CPR certified.
Minimum: 7 per session  
Maximum: 16 per session  


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.

Fall Session I: September 13 – December 20
Mondays: 5:45 – 6:45 p.m.
Free
Location: WROC Fitness Room (above gym)  
Instructor: Shawna Locke – 200 hour registered yoga teacher, member of Yoga Alliance, and y4c (yoga4cancer) certified.
Maximum: 8 per session  

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