Yoga Momma

May 16, 2019 12– 1 p.m.   If you have children ages 1-3 YOU NEED YOGA! Yoga Moma is a program for parents to connect inward along with their community through the healing practice of yoga. Children are engaged in a sports activity in the neighboring room, leaving everyone feeling a little more zen.  Register now online at:  Space is limited! 

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Valentine’s Salsa Lesson

Looking for a fun gift idea for your partner for Valentines? Give the gift of dance. Join the Latin Dance Project at Studio Fitness on Saturday, February 16, 2019 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. for Salsa Lessons. Register online and get a free customized gift certificate for your partner. Price per couple is $45. For more information or to register

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Rehab Movement, Not Just a Body Part

Hip extension is the key center of human movement and strong gluteal function is essential to get the hip into hyper extension to generate movement forward. Knee, shoulder and even back rehab should include hyper extension of the hip in order to regain a healthy, full-body movement since your walking gait is compromised whenever you have an injury or any

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Jochen Bocksnick teaching Aging Backwards

We are lucky to have a research specialist on aging and instructor of kinesiology programs sub this Wednesday’s Aging Backwards class! My hunch is that you will have a great experience with this man teaching and could perhaps learn a bit too! SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS and RESEARCH REPORTS Bocksnick, J.G. & Dyck, M. (in press). Identifying age-related stereotypes: Exercising with older

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Building Better Balance and Tripping Reflexes

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” Benjamin Franklin, 1736 Falls are the leading cause of injury among older Canadians with 20-30% seniors experiencing one or more falls each year. Falls cause 85% of seniors’ injury-related hospitalizations, 95% of all hip fractures, $2 billion a year in direct healthcare costs, and over one third of seniors are admitted

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