Healthy Living

Healthy Living

Jun

17

Barre

A high-energy, fun and challenging workout that will get your heart rate up, lift your tush and tone and tighten all the right areas.  Utilizing a ballet barre, this class incorporates isometric movements, Pilates, yoga cardio and resistance training achieving that awesome “I just worked my booty off (literally)” look while still being low impact […]

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A 30 minute strength/conditioning class targeting chest/abs/back and hips.  Missing your mat work?  This is the class for you!  All fitness levels welcome.

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Perfect for all levels.  This slow flowing yoga is a wonderful practice in discovering one’s personal limitations and learning how to move past those limitations.  All levels of yoga practitioners can find their own personal challenges, as they slowly and mindfully move through a series.  The pace may be slower, but challenges will be present […]

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Nov

9

Pickleball

Members Free   Day Use Fee for NonMembers   Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.  Two, three, or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, similar to a whiffle ball, over a net. The sport shares features of […]

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  Saturday, October 24th   5:00pm-7:00pm    $5 per person Three instructors w/ guests, costume, games, prizes and raffle Sign up in advance receive 1 raffle ticket (must be present to win) Bring a friend  receive 5 raffle tickets (must be present to win) Preregister with payment receive 10 raffle tickets (must be present to […]

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May

8

Cheerleading

Learn  Practice  Perform at the Longview Go 4th Parade Through various drills and dance young ladies and gentlemen will learn the fundamentals of cheer, develop individual and team skills while enhancing their existing knowledge.  This fun experience all leads up to performing in the 4th of July Parade. Cheer Shirt, Skirt and Pom Pom included! […]

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Tai Chi with Holly Ojeda Tai Chi has been called “Moving Meditation” because the slow, graceful movements can induce a deep sense of peacefulness.  At the same time, the complexity of the movements requires intense concentration similar to those experienced when creating a work of art.  The result for many is a sense of timelessness, […]

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Feb

3

Baby and Me

  Tuesday February 17th and 24th 4:00-5:00pm Cascade Room Instructor: Brittany Carterby Baby and me is a class designed to connect mother and baby through exercise.  Learn exercises that are fun for baby and beneficial for you, while connecting with other mothers. Cost:  $10 Members   $20 Non-Members  

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Swim on Saturday (SOS) Come to the Y for free water safety training for your family.  Children 7 and older do not need to be accompanied by a  parent in the water, but it is encourages.  Children 3 to 6 must have a parent in the water with them. Participants will receive a 30 minute […]

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