October Programs at Island Rec

Listed first is Pickleball, then see below for three adult fitness classes.

Island Rec Pickleball

Pickleball is open registration for ages 16+. Tuesdays & Thursdays October 6-29 at the fairgrounds. 5-6:30pm for Beginner and Intermediate Players. 6:30-8pm for Intermediate and Advanced Players. $8 per session. Must have your own paddle. Max 10 players allowed per time slot. To register for a timeslot and read the covid-19 protocols, please visit www.islandrec.org, or call 360-378-4953. No drop-ins allowed at the door.

Adult online fitness classes are open for registration!

Sign up for the whole month, or a drop-in option is also available. To register, please visit our website, www.islandrec.org

Fit and Over 50! On Demand
Try a safe, heart healthy exercise class to energize your active lifestyle from the comfort of your own home with Jacquelyn Reiff. This class will use easy to follow low-impact movements, increase core and muscular strength, while working on balance and stretching to enhance your daily living. A chair can be used for standing support and exercises can be modified depending on fitness level. This class is now On Demand, Register for the month and receive a link to a fitness library. Take class when you want and as often as you want throughout the month.
Ages 50+,
October $34.00
Drop – in, $6.00 per Class, Drop-in participants will be given access to a recorded class link on Mondays and Wednesdays by 8am.

Gentle Yoga and Destress
Join yoga teacher, Katerina Wen and learn ways to deal with stress and anxiety. A great class to help you to stretch out your body and maintain your health and mobility during this shut down period. You will learn holistic way to balance and harmonize your body and mind. The class will include step-by-step, easy to follow yoga poses, plus breathing exercises that will take you to a meditative, calming space.
Ages 18+
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30-10:20am
October $45
Drop-in, $6

Balance and Stretch with Katerina Wen
Balance is important for people of all ages. It tones the legs, strengthen your feet, ankle and knees. It is also one of the natural way to firm up the core and your gluteus muscles. Balance is known as the best practice for fall prevention, but it is also a wonder practice for your brain health. Stretching keeps you body health, increases the blood flow of your muscles, it is a great stress relief and can calm your mind.
Ages 18+, Fridays 11:00-11:45am
October $29.00
Drop-in $7



Posted on September 29, 2020 at 11:00 am by

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