Tang soo do is a great way to stay in shape while learning a technique that could protect you or your loved ones from an attacker. Classes are taught by two master instructors. Call 828-332-7718 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Lynn Edgar leads a series of yoga classes in Mills River. Call the library or drop by to sign up.
Church wellness ministry invites everyone to join a twice-weekly walking exercise class. After a devotion, a walking DVD gives participants the option to walk between one and four miles. Weights and stretch bands are available. Drop-ins are welcome.
Lorna Dever leads a weekly exercise class using body and spirit aerobics videos by Dick Nunez of the Black Hills Health and Education Center. Each session lasts 30 minutes and is designed for all ages and fitness levels. Wear comfortable clothes and bring water and a hand towel.
This form of yoga is good for those with limitations or recovering from illness or surgery. Mats and props are provided on a first come first serve basis. Call 910-308-8982 to register or go online for more information.
Nia trainer and instructor Denise Medved combines dance, martial arts and healing arts that works your body in a gentle and effective way. This is a non-impact workout with three levels of intensity. The first class is free. You can join anytime.
This class uses light weights from half-pound to 3 pounds on the wrists and ankles and medicine balls from 1 to 3 pounds. There is a warm up, light weights, medicine ball sequence and muscle stretching. Call 910-308-8982 to register.
This support group meets once a month to inform, share, and encourage people age 60 and up who have a chronic condition. It is also for those who care for someone with a chronic condition. The purpose of the group is to help with self management using creative, practical strategies to nurture the mind, body and spirit. The co-facilitators are Karen Wolfrom and chaplain Vicki Marthaler, who have more than 30 years of combined experience helping people and their loved…
The Way Out: A Spiritual Recovery Program is based on the 12 Steps and A Course in Miracles. Love offerings are accepted. This spiritual recovery program welcomes everyone as everyone on the planet is recovering from life and life's challenges. You are invited to join the group and find your way out of addiction and addictive thinking. Materials include the Big Book of AA, A Course in Miracles and Side by Side.
Classes teach effective self defense from an experienced instructor. Participants will learn strikes, throws, and locks to overcome an attacker, even one larger and stronger than you. The first class is free. Go online to register.
This 60-minute stroller fitness class led by Jen McDonald caters to moms of all fitness levels and stroller-age children. Classes incorporate cardio, strength and core for a total body workout. In case of inclement weather, the class moves indoors to the Athletic and Activity Center on Grove Street. The first class is free.
FENCE is offering a free yoga series on Friday mornings. Yoga will begin at 11:30am in the great room. The yoga classes are led by local instructor Rhonda Giles. All ages and yoga enthusiasts of all levels are welcome. Attendees are encouraged to bring a water bottle to the class. Yoga mats will be available for use. These classes are made possible by the free community event grant at Polk County Community Foundation