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Exercise & Outdoor Fun
Spring Bike Safety Check
with Jim Rose
Before you know it, spring will be here and it will be time to take it out of storage. Before you hop on, make sure that it's safe and ready to ride. This one-night, hands-on class will show you how to spot unsafe conditions so you can feel confident safe for your first ride of the season.
Strong Fitness Class
with Danielle Johnson
Stong Fitness combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move.
In this 8-week, one-hour class you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. You will need to bring water and a mat and wear comfortable clothes / shoes.
This 8-week class is for new students only. If you have worked with Danielle in the past, you should register with her directly. If you are new to the class, register through adult education.
The class will meet at the McGraw School initially but will move to Hampden Academy at a later date.
Tai Chi for Arthritis and Better Balance
with George Manlove
The ancient art of Tai Chi can improve balance and confidence in walking, can help students relax and reduce levels of stress and tension and can provide you with a good workout. You’ll learn from and work with a certified Tai Chi instructor in this continuing, low impact fitness class.
To register for this class, call us at 866-4119.
Course Fee: $5.00 drop in rate each class, payable to the instructor.
Tap Dancing for Beginners
with Raechelle Edmiston-Cyr
Tap dancing is a great way to build strength and flexibility. In this fun, 6-week class, you’ll start by finding the beat of a song and
moving your feet rhythmically. You’ll then move on to learning basic tap moves and combinations. Tap shoes are encouraged, but not necessary to begin. You’ll get a great cardio workout while learning how to dance from an experienced instructor.
Winter Walking Club
Too cold, dark or slippery outside to get a walk in? Join our indoor walking club. You can stay at ground level or challenge yourself by walking up and down different levels. This is an idependent program - you'll walk at your own pace by yourself or with friends.